A potato-made dish called Irish champ is an Irish dish that you can serve as a source of carbohydrates.
Have you listened to group bands from Irish Westlife? The Irish state is also famous for its best culinary destinations. Traditional recipes from Ireland with the main ingredients of potatoes become mandatory food in the country. You can try it if you’re on vacation to Ireland.
The recipe makes the Irish camp so easy, you can make it at home with family for a morning meal or dinner.
- 100 g spring onion, cut into rings
- 150 ml/¼ pint full-fat milk
- 900 g mashing potato, such as King Edward or Maris Piper
- 85-100 g/3-4o z butter
- extra butter, for serving
- Put the spring onions and milk in a small pan and heat to boiling. Take off the heat and leave to infuse.
- Boil whole potatoes in their skins for 30-40 mins, or until tender (timing depends on their size). Drain and peel off the skins. Put the potatoes back in the pan, cover and gently heat for a min or two.
- Remove from the heat and mash the potatoes with the butter until no lumps are left. Reheat the milk and the spring onions, then gradually beat this into the potatoes, mixing well with a wooden spoon to make the potatoes fluffy. Season well.
Serve on individual plates with a hollow in the centre of each serving in which you can put a big knob of butter. Diners then dip each forkful into the pool of melted butter before eating.