Traditional Irish Coddle

What’s a coddle, you ask? It’s basically just the process of cooking something low and slow in a liquid that hasn’t quite reached the boiling point. If we’ve learned anything in the kitchen, it’s that cooking something low and slow always garners excellent results and that homey, rustic dishes satisfy the soul and the stomach. In a nutshell, we’re all about dishes like this Traditional Irish Coddle.

Reminiscent of a stew, Irish Coddle is comprised of hearty beef sausage, onions, and potatoes cooked together slowwwwwwly in a rich gravy until everything is tender and infused with savory flavor. It’s perfect served with some soda bread on the side or just by itself. It’s hearty, it’s easy to put together, and it’s totally delicious.

From there, you layer potatoes, onions, garlic, parsley, and sausages in the gravy, and then top it off with beef or chicken broth. (Any other kind of broth or stock works just fine, too.) You transfer the whole thing to the oven and let it do its thing. While you want to leave it to cook for at least two hours, you can leave it in the oven for up to five; it’s certainly not something you have to be delicate about. The end result is one incredibly tasty hot-pot that will cure any comfort food craving.


4 lbs potatoes, peeled and chopped
1 lb beef sausage
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