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Irish Potato Farls

Submitted by: Ita 
Living In: Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, U.K.
The word farl originates from the Gaelic word fardel meaning four parts. These potato griddle breads can be made with leftover mashed potatoes too. Serve hot with a little butter and salt, or fry them alongside soda bread as part of an Ulster Fry-up. 
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Fried Irish Soda Farls

Submitted by: Ita 
Living In: Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, U.K.
Soda bread farls are ideal for frying after they have been made a day or so. These taste great with a poached egg on top. Fried soda is also one of the essential ingredients in an Ulster fry. 
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Irish Soda Farls

Submitted by: Ita 
Living In: Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, U.K.
Soda bread dough is flattened into a round circle, and divided into farls meaning 4 parts. It is then cooked on a dry griddle or pan. Traditionally this was the quickest way to make soda bread for unexpected guests who drop by for a bit of craic (good fun). It's best eaten fresh with butter and jam but is also delicious fried as part of an Ulster breakfast. 
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Garbage Fried Potatoes

Submitted by: Pamala 
Living In: Goshen, Indiana, USA
These are your basic fried potatoes - with a few extras! Total time depends on your own speed to peel and slice potatoes and such, and how crispy you like them. My mom always calls them 'Garbage Potatoes' because you just throw in a bunch of junk. If you don't like peppers, don't use them - throw in something else that you like. 
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Irish Potato Casserole

Submitted by: Sue 
Everyone will love this one. It 's pure comfort food. Shredded potatoes, onions, eggs and melted butter are combined and put into a large casserole, and then topped off with milk and a sprinkle of cheese. Bakes up bubbly and beautiful. 
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Irish Potatoes

Submitted by: MBMCD 
Small, no-bake cookies that look like potatoes. It's fast and easy. 
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Grandmom's Irish Potatoes

Submitted by: Theresa DiPaolo 
My mom's Irish Potato Candy. This one doesn't have coconut, but it is really tasty. 
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Irish Potato Cake

Submitted by: nanniesue 
Old potato cake recipe of my grandmother's. Good served with fruit. 
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Irish Potato Candy

Submitted by: SAUNDRA 
A cute little confection that looks just like little potatoes. This kind does not contain potatoes; they are made using cream cheese and coconut. 
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Natalie's Amazing Irish Mashed Potatoes

Submitted by: Natalie Herr 
Home Town: Denver, Colorado, USA
These Irish mashed potatoes are quick and easy to prepare. They are made with a simple mix of potatoes, butter, and cream for a tasty side dish. 
 
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