Irish Potato Cakes — COOKING WITH LUCE

December 26, 2019 at 10:25 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

After my recent visit to Ireland and just had to try a proper Irish Potato Cake. They are also known as Fadge or Farl in Northern Ireland and Tattie Scones (potato scones) in Scotland. These are a traditional breakfast item. Makes about 8 4 potatoes (preferably a starchy potato, such as russet) 3 tbsps plain flour 1 tsp […]

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  1. That looks fantastic! And I agree on the Russet’s LOL – they are my favorite – very flavorful. We had home made potatoe croquettes last night – yum!

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