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    This traditional supper dish of sausages, bacon, onions and potatoes dates back at least as far as the early eighteenth century. It seems to be more of a city dish than a rural one: it was a favourite of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver's Travels and dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. In Dublin itself, coddle retains its reputation as a dish that can be prepared ahead of time and left in a very slow oven while the people who're going to eat it have to be out of the house for a while - making it an excellent dish for very busy people! The name of the dish is probably descended from the older word caudle, derived from a French word meaning "to boil gently, parboil, or stew". The more recent version of the verb, "coddle," is still applied to gently cooked eggs, "Coddled Eggs". Please note, the sausages used should be the best quality 100% pork sausages you can get your hands on! This recipe would also work VERY well if cooked in a crock-pot, reduce the liquid by about half if cooking the coddle this way. Serve with Guinness and Irish soda bread. Although this is an easy to prepare one pot meal and its simplicity belies its amazing taste and flavour - comfort food at its best! Sláinte.

    Recipe #288885

    This is a pretty good healthy and easy to prepare dish

    Recipe #304705

    I stumbled across this recipe on the Weight Watchers Core board. It is absolutely 100% core. I have made it a couple dozen times since and have tweaked it to (my personal) perfection! It is so temptingly delicious and filling, I recommend taking a portion out and immediately freezing the rest in containers for lunches. It is great with a little No Fat Sour Cream as a condiment.

    Recipe #302218

    This recipe is from the Great American Favorite Brand Name Cookbook. It is a favorite recipe from the National Turkey Federation.

    Recipe #177817

    An easy recipe for Chicken Parmesan!

    Recipe #42972

    319 Reviews |  By Caryn

    This baked ziti recipe is a simple Italian casserole dish that my family enjoys.

    Recipe #22176

    This is great to serve after your St. Patty's Day feast when there are leftovers. Alternately, you can get thin slices of corned beef from the deli. I prefer to toast the rye bread and serve open face style. I suppose you don't have to toast the bread, but I like it that way. Enjoy!

    Recipe #249979

    This was a pure scavenger hunt through the freezer, fridge and pantry! It came out really good! Perfect for a quick and easy weeknight supper!

    Recipe #140558

    This is an easy, yet very tasty spaghetti casserole, which reminds me of the spaghetti they used to serve us in elementary school. I loved their spaghetti! I normally only brought my lunch, but not on spaghetti day!

    Recipe #87085

    Delicious meat-free dinner. Its the only way I can get my kids to eat spinach! Sometimes, to please hubby, I'l add cooked chicken or Italian sausage.

    Recipe #68025

    This is a simple baked risotto with asparagus, baby spinach and mini bocconcini cheese. If you use Gluten Free liquid stock the dish will be gluten free. It makes a large dish and its great served warm with a salad. Left-overs are also great and reheat well. It's also a good dish for buffets or picnics. Kids love it too! It has a lot of ingredients but is very easy to make

    Recipe #217273

    A nice, different way to make tortellini. Good for potlucks.

    Recipe #199209

    A friend's recipe. The addition of bacon makes the flavor.

    Recipe #208333

    I think I got this recipe of the back of a chili sauce bottle eons ago. It has a zesty flavor while not being hot.

    Recipe #51833

    A simple and tasty dish suited for the whole family!

    Recipe #98744

    As some of you know I have been attempting to record my mother's recipes for all eternity. This has been one of my all time comfort meals all my life. Some of the ingredients would change depending on how much $$ we had at the time. Feel free to add any seasoning you might like.

    Recipe #140213

    We used to have this in our commissary at work back in the 70's and all the employees loved it.

    Recipe #104568

    7 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    This is a complete meal, great for breakfast or anytime. Colorful with a crunchy topping. This can be made ahead and refrigerated overnight.

    Recipe #125950

    Russian-style macaroni and cheese with lots or vegetables for flavor, texture and nutrients. The combination is wonderful. Can also substitute or add chopped cauliflower, broccoli or carrots, if prefer or for added variety.

    Recipe #45704

    2 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    An easy casserole.

    Recipe #71569

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