This is traditional Irish peasant fare, full of ingredients that were readily available. Irish Stew is typically a "white" stew, which means that the meat is never browned beforehand. From Classic International Recipes.
This recipe originates in Wales. From Classic International Recipes. Use only the white and light green portions of the leeks.....I couldn't include that in the ingredients for some reason. Prep and cook time does not include the one hour chilling time.
This recipe is a bit different from most of the Boxty recipes posted here....it doesn't contain mashed potatoes, just the fresh grated ones. Boxty are traditionally served for Halloween in Northern Ireland. Make sure you use a well seasoned skillet (cast iron is best) so the potato cakes don't stick. Prep time assumes you are grating your potatoes by hand....use a food processor or buy prepackaged shredded potatoes to save time. Cooking time is based on 4 pancakes in the skillet at a time. If you are just cooking 4 pancakes, estimate 10 minutes of cooking time....5 minutes per side. :)
My daughter made this for her first Thanksgiving alone with her new husband. She sent me the recipe, and I made it tonight. Yummy! She got it from Food and Wine, attributed to Michael Symon. I found it took longer to make than specified in the printed recipe she gave me, so I increased the cooking time. I also cut the recipe down to serve two, with no difficulties.
I had to post this recipe, just because of the name! It comes from a cookbook out of Pittsburgh called "Cooking by Male", with recipes only from men. This one was from John Lovelace. The name just called to me, and I thought it was a great mixture of flavors. Great for a holiday, or a special family dinner. Please note: Prep time does not include the time the fruit soaks in the bourbon!
This recipe combines long grain rice mix ,vegetables, and cream of mushroom soup to stuff cornish game hens. I got this recipe from a "make it from a mix" pamphlet, and was surprised by how good this is...like Thanksgiving, but easy enough to do everyday!
This recipe is a combination of a Southern Living Recipe and my Grandmother's recipe. I used short cuts when they worked and this is a recipe that my whole family loves. Even when older kids leave for college, they beg to take some of this with them! All ages love this and the house smells great! Great comfort food! Line your oven with foil paper; there is a lot of filling. Or you can divide it and make one pot pie for now and one for later!