Porridge beans and irish potatoes. 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.
Add potatoes to salted boiling water. Add ingredients, cover and bring to boil again. Cook with the recipe for yam porridge but not as long. You can have Porridge beans and irish potatoes using 9 easy ingredients and 5 easy steps. Follow these simple steps to achieve yummy food.
Ingredients of Porridge beans and irish potatoes
- It’s 3 cup of beans.
- You need 10 of irish potatoes.
- It’s 3 cube of maggi.
- You need 1/2 cup of palm oil.
- Prepare 7 of fresh pepper(blend).
- You need 2 tablespoon of tomato paste.
- You need 2 of onion bulb medium(chopped).
- You need 3 tablespoon of crayfish(ground).
- It’s to taste of salt.
This is a simple way to make irish potatoes porridge, usually made with yam. But I choose to use Irish potatoes. This potato casserole features layers of grated potatoes and minced onion drizzled with melted butter, heavy whipping cream, and half and half for a decadently delicious Yes, I know 'The Irish Potatoes' are fattening, but without the butter, whipping cream, and half and half it is just not as good. Koreans love sweet potatoes and they love their rice, and jook (juk) is comfort food.
Porridge beans and irish potatoes instructions
- Wash and parboil beans with pressure pot for 20min.Allow to cool down then open pot wash and drain water.
- Peel irish back wash and cut to shape.place pot on heat add palm oil then onion,pepper,tomato paste and stir for 3 min.
- Then add water,maggi,crayfish,salt and irish potatoes allow to boil untill soft then add beans..
- Stir everything together then allow for 5 more minute..
- Food is ready so easy to prepare and delicious too..
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). Glutinous rice flour, honey, jujubes, pine nuts, potato starch, salt, split peas, vegetable oil, water. Irish potatoes are not Irish at all. The shrubby perennials with edible tubers, grown as cool-weather annuals in rows, raised beds, or containers, are native to the South American Andes.