Colcannon with Brown Butter

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  1. I’ve never heard of colcannon until this year, and it just sounds like it would be an amazing comfort food and brown butter is great in anything!

  2. marymtf says:

    Sounds yummy, Angie. If you are catering for a vegetarian what would you do to replace the bacon? I have heard of fakin bacon, but it’s probably as awful as those vegetarian sausages are. 🙂

  3. chefjulianna says:

    OK, you got me Angie! I am sold on Colcannon! And brown butter for that matter! 🙂

  4. Maryana says:

    This is the first time I hear about colcannon. I love the ingredients. Everything with cabbage sounds good to me)

    • Angie says:

      Oh I’m glad to hear you like cabbage, coz I’m now looking into more recipes with cabbage. It’s like dirt cheap around St. Patrick’s Day so I bought 3 heads!!

  5. Jhuls says:

    I prefer the name Yummy Salty and Peppery Beef over Corned Beef.
    And I prefer this Colcannon over the oldie mashed potatoes (though this is the first time I am hearing this name – so catchy). It sounds better with all the add ins… and looks happy, too. 😀 This is so good! Send me some? 😛

  6. OMG I have actually tasted it in Dublin a few years back! The server had the appropriate accent as well! It sounds something like kulcanon 😉 It was so delice!!!! I can’t believe i finally got the recipe!!! Thank you !!!!

  7. Loretta says:

    This looks wonderful, all of it, wish I could grab a bowl all to myself :). Love the bowl too xo

  8. Never knew what colcannon was but know I would love it especially with brown butter! I made a lot of extra brown butter bread crumbs from a recipe from Julie of Hostess at Heart last fall and putting them over all kinds of dishes made for heavenly food while they lasted. Might be time for another batch!

    • Angie says:

      Oh that’s a great idea making brown butter bread crumbs. I did make 1 pound of brown butter so I have a lot left over. I’ve been using it in everything myself. So darn good!! ??

  9. Looks delicious Angie! Great addition.

  10. I’ve never heard of colcannon before, but, as I can see is a potatoes recipe so…should be delicious, and it looks delicious!

  11. brown butter rocks my world! I can imagine how fab this dish would taste with the addition of brown butter x

  12. Much like others I have never heard of colcannon before,,,,I love brown butter and love potatoes and love kale:) Look forward to making this. Thanks for sharing Angie.

    • Angie says:

      St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated pretty big around where I live so I’m familiar with many dishes served on the day. This one is one of the best, I think. Thanks, Zeba!

  13. This is a truly delightful and mouth-watering dish, Angie! Your recipe was very intriguing. What kind of milk do you usually use? Is it possible to use coconut or almond milk?

    • Angie says:

      I use just regular milk, sometimes whole but mostly 2%. I’m pretty sure you can use either coconut or almond milk but each will give you a different flavor. If you don’t want to use milk, just omit it, but add warm broth instead to loosen the consistency of the mashed potatoes. This is a good one, Agness!

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