Irish potatoes Pottage. #Healthy #Goodfood #Potato Hello everyone welcome back to our channel! On this video I will be showing you guys how I make my Irish potato Portage so quick. How to make potato pottage / porridge.
Irish Potato Fish Pottage bursting with flavour and colours, one of the attractions for kids when eating. A colourful plate also connotes a healthy meal and that's why we should always try and colour the. Irish potatoes are classified as waxy, which means that they are ideally suited to boiling Most markets stock Irish potatoes, along with an assortment of other potato varieties. You can cook Irish potatoes Pottage using 9 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Irish potatoes Pottage
- Prepare 6 cups of Irish potatoe (diced).
- Prepare of Spanish.
- You need of Seasonings.
- Prepare 1 cup of Oil.
- It’s of Onions.
- It’s of Red bell pepper, tomatoes and Scotch bonnet.
- Prepare of Spices.
- You need of Beef/chicken/fish.
- You need 3 cups of Water or more (but don't use too much water).
This Irish Potato Fish Pottage is bursting with flavour and colours, which is one of the attractions for kids when eating. A colourful plate also connotes a healthy meal and that's why we should always try. Creating variety of meals gives me joy. Russet, Idaho or Irish, Yukon, etc.
Irish potatoes Pottage step by step
- Peel your Irish and cut it in your desired shape, blend the pepper, onion, tomatoes and Scotch bonnet half done..
- In a pan/pot pour your oil, pour the blended pepper, fry for 3mins, pour water, add your cooked beef/chicken add diced potatoes. Cover and let it cook for 5mins..
- Add your seasonings, Sliced onions and spices, cover and reduce/lower the heat for 5mins. Chop your Spanish in a bowl pour water and add salt or vinegar, using your hands, take out the spanish from water in to another bowl of water, remove again using your hands and Add the spanish,slightly mix and cover, let it cook for a minute..
Check this post for Sweet Potato Porridge. Irish potatoes are not Irish at all. The shrubby perennials with edible tubers, grown as They are called Irish potatoes for the simple reason that they were the main type grown. I prefer Irish potatoes to sweet potatoes for this recipe. Sweet potatoes have what I call a strange sweetness that does not work well with red palm oil.