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In the recipe are "4 dl flour" approx 400 cubic centimeters?  Approx 1.5Cups amerikano?

1 cup = 2.365 dL

 

Therefore 4 dL = 1.69 cups, say 1 11/16 cups or a scant 1 3/4 cups.

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post #122 of 129
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Originally Posted by PeteMcCracken View Post

1 cup = 2.365 dL

 

Therefore 4 dL = 1.69 cups, say 1 11/16 cups or a scant 1 3/4 cups.


thanks!

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post #123 of 129

That recipe looks like a flatbread.

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post #124 of 129
Nothing at all like flat bread. Here we don't cook them in the over the are cooked on a griddle or dry fry pan. When needed we cook them either in the pan to soak up bacon fat. Or on the grill with with a drop of oil.

They are served crispy outside but soft and fluffy inside

As a child we would often have these for supper, fried in butter or along with bacon if we had some
post #125 of 129
Sort of like our tattie scones, although TS don't have eggs and are cooked on a girdle (griddle) or in a frying pan.biggrin.gif
post #126 of 129
I don't understand why most people are not anwsering the question, and why it has become a somewhat of a joke?! Yes Ireland in years past has not been known for great food cooking. But they are great farmers, and they are some of the best at farmering, and using what they have to survive. I am and Executive Chef and C.O.O. of a young and fast growning company in the midwest, and our flagship location is a very successul Irish Pub. So I do have many Irish recipes for kmat6. It all depends on what area of the menu you are looking for. Some classics: Shep Pie Fishermans Pie Cottage Pie Bangers & Mash Fish & Chips Champ Steamed Mackeral Guinness Stew Sausage and Potato stew Spiced Beef Sandwich kmat6 fee free to email me if you are interested in some recipes. I do have to be honest there are times in poke fun at Irish food too. I do tell people that if I cooked true Irish food people in my town won't eat it. But there are some really good traditional recipes and some so so ones. But once you make a recipe a few times and taste and understand what it is trying to do then you can change, but not until you studied it. A recipe is just a road map it is up to you on how to get there.
post #127 of 129

Jameson on the rocks!

post #128 of 129
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Originally Posted by DC Sunshine View Post


Boxty is one that (I think) has not been mentioned.  Potato based dish, you can Wiki or Google it.

Went looking for Irish Desserts, came up with this site:

http://www.recipegoldmine.com/saintpatdess/saintpatdess.html

Seems to be interesting.....


Thanks - it was useful.

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post #129 of 129

Was just looking thru my recipe drawer with its thousands of little pieces of paper and lo & behold, what do I find but this, which I'd forgotten about.  I changed the bacon to fake bacon bits, used vegetable oil or butter, and enjoyed eating this, as rutabaga is one of my fave vegetables.

 

http://southernirish.com/?p=166
 

And I just found this in my recipe drawer, because I wanted to make swiss chard soup due to having too much in the garden.  Seems to be an Irish recipe, too, as it was published in a newspaper as a St. Patrick's Day food. Swiss Chard and Potato Soup

 

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/food-and-wine/recipes/swiss-chard-and-potato-soup/article647798/


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