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Anraith prátaí – Potato Soup

Potato Print For Sale2 lb. Peeled & diced potatoes
3 oz. Butter
5 cups water
2 diced large onions
3 tablespoons parsley
2 tablespoons chopped chives
1¼ cups milk
2 tablespoons cream
salt & pepper to taste

Melt butter in pan, slowly simmer the potatoes & onions. Do not brown. Add the water, herbs, salt & pepper and continue to cook at low heat until vegetables are tender – about ½ hour. Remove from heat, allow to cool. To make soup smooth & creamy, put through a blender before adding the cream and chives or mint. Serve hot garnished with cream & chopped chives or mint.

Serves about 6.

The most famous of all Ulster vegetables, the potato was not widely used until the late 17th century. Sir Walter Raleigh introduced the potato to Ireland in the 16th century. 


Courtesy of Joe McKane, Tennessee

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