Irish Dublin Coddle Crock Pot Version – St. Patrick’s Day Recipe

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Irish Dublin Coddle Crock Pot Version – A St. Patrick’s Day Recipe

Irish Dublin Coddle

I thought my step dad made up the word coddle. It just sounds made up, doesn’t it? Then I grew up and discovered Google; coddle was one of the first things I searched for. Turns out he not only didn’t make it up but it’s actually a very popular traditional Irish dish. My mom used to make Dublin Coddle on poker night and my dad would eat it the next morning. He called it his hangover cure.

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I’ve never tested the effectiveness of Dublin Coddle for a hangover but with all the carbohydrates in it I can see how energy wouldn’t be a problem. That and the fact that Irish women have been making this for decades leads me to believe it works! Dublin Coddle is often made by Irish wives on nights their husbands frequent the pubs. Since it can be left simmering on the stove the wives can go to bed instead of waiting up to make sure the men eat.

Dublin Coddle

With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner Dublin Coddle will make a great addition to your menu. It’s even better if you have an Irishman in your family! Serve it up with some Irish Soda Bread and a Guinness for a traditional Irish Meal that will leave them reminiscing about the Emerald Isle.

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Irish Dublin Coddle Crock Pot Version – St. Patrick’s Day Recipe

Author: Amber
This traditional Irish dish is well known and loved.
Ingredients
  • 6 Sausages (preferably Irish Sausage)
  • 9 strips of Bacon (thick slices)
  • 6 large potatoes
  • 2 large carrots
  • 2 medium onions
  • 1 beef stock cube
Instructions
  1. Add 1 cup of water to your crock pot and turn it on high. Drop in the beef stock cube and stir until it dissolves.
  2. Chop your bacon and fry it in a large skillet.
  3. Slice the sausage how you would prefer – in half or 4’s. Add the sausage to the frying bacon.
  4. Cut your onions into rounds and add them into the sausage and bacon; fry until translucent.
  5. Peel, rinse and cut your potatoes into large chunks. Cut up your carrots.
  6. Once the meat and onions are through cooking add them into the crock pot. Top with the potatoes and carrots.
  7. Put the lid on the crock pot and cook at high (4 hours) or low setting (8 hours) until done.

 

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@ahelicoptermom - February 21, 2013

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@simplystacienet - February 21, 2013

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Tiffany C. - February 21, 2013

I’ve got to try this recipe out.

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twitter_Linetteg - February 23, 2013

This looks delicious! I love recipe I can throw in the slow cooker and forget about for the day.

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twitter_mryjhnsn - February 23, 2013

I had no idea it was that easy! I am so making it this year!

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Kecia - February 27, 2013

I’ve never heard the word coddle either. This recipe looks really yummy though!

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Cecile - March 1, 2013

This looks so delicious! I love anything cooked in a crock pot.

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Dawn - March 6, 2013

This looks really simple and easy to make – and tasty. Thanks for the history lesson, too! That was fun to read. 🙂

Dawn

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Ellen Christian - March 10, 2013

This sounds delicious. I love anything you can make in the crockpot.

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Ashley T - March 14, 2013

I’d never heard of coddle but that looks delicious so I might have to give this a try. 🙂

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Gena - March 14, 2013

That looks yummy! Hubby would love it because it has sausage in it!

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Beth - March 17, 2013

Made this tonight and was not disappointed at all! A new family favorite for our special St Patty’s day meal. So very easy as well!

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Katie - August 27, 2013

I am a huge fan of Irish food – and that looks delicious!

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KC Scott - January 5, 2014

I made this today…and WOW!!!! The kids loved it, I made inappropriate noises when I ate mine and the husband had 2 huge bowlfuls.

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glen w - August 24, 2014

I grew up with my Irish grandparents eating coddle on a weekly basis. Coddle is in fact a type of milk stew, albeit a great recipe, its far from being a true coddle.

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???? ???? - November 16, 2014

thank you

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Jenna - February 16, 2015

do you need to pre cook the potatoes at all? Or will the crock pot do the work for you? Cheers!

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Steven Carroll - April 1, 2016

I used lager rather than water, and beef base paste. Took it to a whole new level. Bold awesomeness! Wegmans irish bangers were tasty!

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