Porridge Beans and Irish potato. Hi guys today's video is a healty Irish potato porridge. The irish potato porridge recipe is very easy and fast to make. Below is the list of ingredients.
Sweet potatoes? the result might be sugary porridge. I think sweet potatoes are better salted and fried, roasted or baked. Hi guys! welome back to my channel, today's video is a potato recipe, lmgoing to be showing you how I cook my healthy lrish potato porridge the potato. This Perfect Porridge Beans and Irish potato using 8 simple ingredients and 11 simple steps. Here is how you cook delicious meal.
Ingredients of Porridge Beans and Irish potato
- Prepare 15 of average sized Irish potatoes,.
- You need 4 cups of beans.
- It’s 25 cl of palm oil.
- It’s 2 of average sized of onions.
- Prepare 1 of table spoon of blended dry pepper.
- Prepare 1 cup of crayfish (blended).
- It’s 2 of average sized dry fish.
- Prepare to taste of salt.
Koreans love sweet potatoes and they love their rice, and jook (juk) is comfort food. This is a whole bunch of goodness rolled up in one recipe. There is a wide variety of porridge, such as huinjuk (made with only rice and water) and gokmuljuk (grain porridge made with red beans, barley, and rice). I particularly cook just white potato because I.
Porridge Beans and Irish potato instructions
- Wash the Bean thoroughly and put it in a pot and add 4 cups of water..
- Put on fire and allow to cook for 20 minutes.
- Drain the water and put it back into the pot.
- Peel the Irish potato and wash thoroughly..
- Add the Irish potato to the beans, add water and salt to taste and cook for 10 mins.
- Wash the dry fish thoroughly with hot water and remove bones and dirt..
- Add the fish, pepper, onion, cray fish and palm oil..
- Cover the pot and allow to cook for 10 mins.
- Stir to ensure uniform mixture..
- Food is ready.
- Food is served.
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