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Mar11

Traditional Dublin Coddle Recipe

We all love a good one pot meal. But what we all may love even more is a traditional stew, possibly one like mom used to make. 

The Dublin Coddle delivers Irish tradition, heartiness, and a hefty amount of nutrition all in one pot, and just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. 

Coddle is an Irish dish which is often made to use up leftovers, and therefore usually doesn’t have a specific recipe. However, it’s base commonly consists of layers of roughly sliced sausages and bacon with chunky potatoes, beer or broth, sliced onion, salt, pepper, and herbs. 

Here we’ve subbed regular potatoes for sweet potatoes, and Paleovalley Pasture-Raised Turkey Sticks for traditional sausage (aka: bangers). And we ditched the beer (if you want to splurge and add a gluten-free variety, sub a can of it for one of the cups of broth below). We also added and cabbage for extra heartiness. Feel free to also thicken the broth with a dash of coconut flour.

Since the coddle was traditionally a mish-mash of veggies, you can also add carrots or other root vegetables, or even some kale or other green if you like (it is a green holiday, after all!)

Traditional Dublin Coddle

Prep time: 10 minutes
Total time: 3 hours and 10 minutes
Serves: 6

Ingredients:

  • 8 slices bacon, chopped into small pieces
  • 4 Pasture Raised Turkey Sticks, sliced into pieces
  • 1 tablespoon coconut flour (optional for thickening)
  • 2 pounds sweet potatoes, and cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 2 cups cabbage
  • 2 large onions, cut into slices
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 4 tablespoons fresh minced parsley
  • 3 bay leaves
  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme
  • Fresh cracked black pepper
  • 3 cups beef or chicken broth
  • Optional: carrots or other veggies or greens

Equipment:

  • Skillet
  • Oven-safe pot
  • Bowl

Directions:

  1. Preheat your oven to 300ºF. 
  2. Saute bacon and garlic pieces for roughly 5 minutes, or until fragrant. While these are cooking, whisk coconut flour in a bowl into your bone broth until dissolved.
  3. Layer your sweet potatoes at the bottom of an oven-safe pot. Followed by your onions, bacon, turkey sticks, garlic, and herbs. 
  4. Pour your broth over everything, then cover and slide into the oven.
  5. Cook for three hours, checking around the two-hour mark that there is still enough broth in the pot (around an inch or so at the bottom at all times). If not, add a bit more.
  6. Remove, garnish with fresh parsley, and serve.

Our Pasture Raised Turkey Sticks make the perfect no-prep sausage. They’re pre-cooked and already have a smokey flavor that compliments a wide variety of dishes. Order them HERE to have your sausage, and have it quick too.

Happy Paleo-ing!
Autumn Smith & The Paleovalley Team

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