Ready in 40 minutes
Irish dish...a nice side for ham, or you can eat it as a vegetarian main dish
"Loved, loved, loved this recipe. To cut down on time, I substituted instant mashed potatoes for the real ones. Still turned out good...Great dish to make for dinner during the winter months. Quick and easy...Would recommend!!"- skinEminE
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Boil potatoes till tender, remove from water, then boil cabbage and onion in the water for five minutes. Mash potatoes with butter and milk and salt and pepper. Mix in cabbage and onion. Mix in cheese until melted.
Pasquale49 8 months ago
Uwe74 1 year agoOh My! This is Super Delish!! Made this a couple of times and overate both times. Only change I made was to add chicken bullion cubes to potato and cabbage water. Yumm-oh!
tylersmittysmith 1 year ago
mrscarrot 1 year ago
kritticalhitz 1 year agoThis really isnt how you make this dish. Id be more than happy to help you correct it.
skinEminE 2 years agoLoved this recipe. Very easy to make and makes a wonderful side dish to just about everything! I might try making it with my corned beef brisket on St Patty's day.
dmerc12 2 years agoDelicious! Recommend it something different added to mash potatoes which I liked!
zedster 2 years agoDelicious. I cut back a little on the cabbage, and it still was great. I'll be making it again.
skinEminE 3 years agoLoved, loved, loved this recipe. To cut down on time, I substituted instant mashed potatoes for the real ones. Still turned out good...Great dish to make for dinner during the winter months. Quick and easy...Would recommend!!
cynthia63 3 years agoI used this recipe to accompany the Guinness casserole, the amount of cabbage that was to be added to the potatoes was too much, it was supposed to be cooked for only 5 minutes, it seemed under cooked and I had to add more potatoe, I couldnt taste the onion because of all the cabbage, if I did it again I would only use half the amount of cabbage or even less and cook it a bit longer than 5 minutes