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Colcannon – St. Patrick’s Day Potato Recipe – Mashed Potatoes with Kale, Leeks, and Spring Onions ctm magazine



Learn how to make a Colcannon Recipe! – Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2012/03/colcannon-name-has-nothing-to-do-with.html for over 675 additional original video recipes! I hope you enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day Colcannon Potato Recipe!

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42 Comments

  • Brandon Vistan on June 5, 2018

    The Leprechauns only fought one battle with the builder vikings once! I might have to report you to the school board for misinforming your child viewers.

  • OneThrough8 on September 16, 2018

    Can you freeze the leftovers and service as ice cream?

  • Susan Miller on September 30, 2018

    IS IT LEGAL, TO MAKE COLCANNON WITHOUT BACON?

  • Pooja Mulay on February 6, 2019

    Kale means brocoli?

  • Samantha Ombwegeh on February 12, 2019

    We use pumpkin leaves and put boiled maize removed from the cob peas and or beans then fry in the oil kenya

  • Mychal Simpson on March 1, 2019

    As an Irishmen I can honestly tell you that this recipe is absolutely dalicous I made this particular recipe last year for St. Patricks Day and my family loved it. So thank you Chef John this recipe is rather dalcious. Thanks for sharing it and keep posting and cooking I love your videos and recipes they are so good and YUMMY!!😋😍😊😄😃

  • kofManKan on March 3, 2019

    This is a Scottish dish, not Irish. Just saying.

  • Ignatius J. Reilly on March 14, 2019

    No cayenne, for shame.

  • c annett on April 8, 2019

    OK chef, I have been trying to get you recipes from Faha road Ireland for fruited bread. Try red mill courses grind. Imagine you are at stavion point. On Christmas day you can afford a very small handful of Irish currents. You are hungery and the British are firing at your cottage. This is all that fruit bread is! This really is the story of my home. History from a little cottage in Ireland 🍀🍀🍀

  • c annett on April 8, 2019

    REMEMBER cheif, this is what Britain is threatening the E. U. with to Ireland. C

  • MADRA RUA on April 16, 2019

    Irish use cabbage!
    Kale is still fairly new!

  • willie mal on April 23, 2019

    My Irish mother made this but no blender just combine the mash & kale and a lot of butter.

  • Alicia Nyblade on May 14, 2019

    I made this for dinner tonight and it was AMAZING. The only changes I made were I used cabbage instead of leeks because that's what I happened to have and I added a touch of allspice to the seasonings along with salt and pepper, but besides those tweaks, I followed the recipe as you showed and wow. Absolutely delicious, and you're right–the light green color of the potatoes does remind one of spring/summer. What says "Happy, warm weather," more than green mashed potatoes? In short, this was great, and I'll definitely be making it again, many times. Thanks, Chef John!

  • K Jones on May 21, 2019

    I would like to see the look on their faces if I put this on the supper table. 😄🚨

  • Woggle Pip on May 24, 2019

    Clearly he's a good cook but why does he talk to me like I haven't got a Brain?

  • William Jones on July 9, 2019

    Fuck you you fat bastard quit making fun of Irish and Christianity your not making ethnic jokes when your making latkes you elitist piece of shit.

  • Autumn Trust on August 20, 2019

    Your voice is soooooooo annoying!!!!!!

  • Cheekyface Murf on September 17, 2019

    I’m from Dublin and we don’t put cayenne in!…what you did was perfect!…try making an Irish coddle it’s lovely!!

  • Maha Kali on October 8, 2019

    Seems like the perfect vegetarian dish for upcoming kale season ❤

  • Patrick Roche on November 1, 2019

    A parsnip goes well in it

  • barb kafilmout on November 3, 2019

    Thanks

  • Judith Munro on January 26, 2020

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  • Paul Wagner on February 4, 2020

    I really do love mustard greens

  • irish1 on March 8, 2020

    You need to add milk to the potatoes the rest is spot on

  • michael bressette on March 11, 2020

    YUP This works for me. I would add sour cream & full fat milk or Goats milk in place of the heavy cream & of course BUTTER 😛

  • roger briggs on April 4, 2020

    I have everything called for and will be making this tonight. Irish mash -chorizo fusion plus mushy peas.

  • Donna Marks on April 5, 2020

    This is the greenest colcannon I've ever seen, I tried it just today, I used Savoy Cabbage, white onion, spinach , garlic and regular potato. I came out great. Very different to the ones I've had in pubs in London, but still a lovely dish.

  • gavin mc eneff on October 31, 2020

    Your introduction reminded me how Abe lincon defeated the native Americans with the help of Canada beside the Eiffel Tower

  • Jesus Gonzalez on January 26, 2021

    Delicious! Some cayenne would of been perfect for this! lol

  • Eric the Axolotl on February 26, 2021

    my personal advice…. use ANYthing but kale ALSO…. do they use liquidizers in Ireland?

  • Artboxfashion on March 7, 2021

    You can make irish pancakes called boxty out of that just add eggs and flour.

  • bionicsjw on March 9, 2021

    I have mad literally 300lbs of Colcannon for Irish Dance Fund Raisers over the years. One of my favorite potato dishes. It also makes a great bowl for Irish Stew.

  • Scott Hammer on March 11, 2021

    Love the green…

  • Janet Jacobsen on March 14, 2021

    You forgot the bacon

  • James Gil on March 17, 2021

    I usually LOVE every one of your recipes. But this one isn’t one bit authentic. And in Ireland Kale is for Cattle and rich Dubs

  • PockASqueeno on March 17, 2021

    I made steak with colcannon tonight! Mine didn’t have that pretty, green color that yours has, but I just used kale without onions or leeks, and I didn’t blend the kale either (I just chopped it roughly by hand). It still tasted great though!

  • OMACMedicFiveZero on March 18, 2021

    No we dont add spicy to colcannon. We dont blend the greens just throw them into the mash and mix it up

  • Patricia Vincent on March 18, 2021

    Gorgeous!!!!

  • Phife Diggy on April 29, 2021

    Looks good but I wouldn't blend it, ruins the texture

  • Liam Sweeney on June 30, 2021

    You shouldn't be pureeing the vegetables. Not only is it not traditional – which isn't so much a problem – it's not as pleasant. It's nice to get the texture of the hand cut vegetables.

  • Jonathan Nagel on August 23, 2021

    I’m in a physical therapy nursing home and lunch today looked gross, but it was good (though it seems like they were using up scraps). It was a giant scoop of cubed boiled potatoes, with wilted spinach and trace amounts of broccoli and ham. I guess it was bound together just by potato starch (maybe some were mashed), but colcannon was the closest thing to come to mind.

    ince the potatoes were in chunks, you might call it “deconstructed,” but I’d like to try the original, smooth version with some cubed ham. And for sure a nob of Irish butter on top. Almost like a warm Russian “Salad Olivier.”

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