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30 mins
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6

Northern Ireland is famed all over the world for its beautiful countryside and for centuries food and drink have been important parts of our culture.
Irish food is often hearty and simple and the humble potato cake (Farl) is no exception. Different areas have their own name for this tasty bite, e.g. in Co. Derry it is known as Fadge and in Co. Down it is called Slim.

Posted by js-m crafts from Newry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom • Published See js-m crafts's 17 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Mix all the ingredients together

  • Step 2

    Roll out into a circle and cut into triangles.

  • Step 3

    Place on a floured griddle at a moderate heat and cook for 3-4minutes on each side.

  • Step 4

    Place on a clean, dry tea towel on a wire rack to cool.

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js-m crafts
js-m crafts · Newry, Northern Ireland, GB · 18 projects
Thanks, they are usually in an ' Ulster Fry' which also includes fried egg, soda farls, bacon, mushroons, sausages,black/white pudding, fried tomatoes and beans.
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1372 projects
Yum, I wonder if these are similar to what we call potato scones here in Scotland? I love them at breakfast! Cooking
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