Colcannon is a wonderful, underrated Irish side dish. Made here with red potatoes, cream, garlic and mashed together with green cabbage and kale. Topped with crisp bacon crumbles and a pat of butter, this is a perfect side dish for St. Patrick's Day or any meal.
Scottish Rumbledethumps - simple dish of potatoes, cabbage and onion. It is either served as an accompaniment to a main dish or as a main dish itself. An alternative from Aberdeenshire is called kailkenny. To me this is also a lot like Cottage Pie, only with meat and veggies added - Rumbledethumps – a simple Scottish dish! - See more at: http://www.europescalling.com/Drupal/node/310#sthash.lj9yNose.tWZZ6ZVE.dpuf
Colcannon traditionally combines mashed potato and cabbage, but there are as many versions as there are cooks in Ireland. This one uses softened and crunchy savoy cabbage, as well as garlic and leeks for extra depth.
Hearty Colcannon Potato Soup! Like Irish colcannon, but in soup form. With russet potatoes, leeks, cabbage, kale, stock, and cream. This soup will keep you warm on a cold winter day. And it's so easy to make! #glutenfree On SimplyRecipes.com