Irish Potatoes With Beans And Vegetables By Deborah Bala

How to cook Irish potatoes with beans and vegetables

A serving of Potatoes with beans and vegetables.

Irish potatoes can be fried, baked, boiled and even made into porridge. Here is how to make a more nutritious pot of Irish potato. Cooking with beans and vegetables makes Irish potatoes very very nutritious and great for the whole family.

Ingredients:
 5 medium sized irish potatoes
1 cup beans
3 medium sized tomatoes
1 teaspoon pepper
2 seasoning cubes 
3 spring onions
A small bunch of spinach or water leaf
salt to taste
 water                         

COOKING STEPS:

  1.  Boil beans with 1 small chopped onion till soft.
  2.  Stir fry the tomato, pepper, onions in a separate pot.  Add seasoning, check for taste then Add little water just above the potatoes. 
  3. add the diced potato, and cover the pot to cook. When it boils, check for salt again and leave till potato is half cooked.
  4. Add beans when the potato is half cooked. Add the spring onions and after five minutes add the spinach. Cover the pot and turn off the burner after two minutes of adding spinach.

Peeled and washed potatoes
Spring onion


Adding potatoes

Adding spinach to the beans an potatoes


Frying the tomatoes, pepper and onions in red oil

Cooked beans

The meal
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Debbie,Debbie,Debbie.....thank you for giving me an idea of what to cook today.very good job!

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  2. Irish or sweet potatoes? If it's irish, I wonder how it'll taste.

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    1. Its irish, I actually don't like sweet potatoes cooked only fried.

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  3. cute-mom-@-be7/24/2013

    Debbieeeee!!!! ur sunshine go fat oooo...lol!! tanx jare for telling me what to cook tomoro....

    As for today, am off to d kitchen to prepare my delicious ukwa(breadfruit).....

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    1. Anonymous7/24/2013

      Cute mom to be, please and kindly and abeg, teach us how to cook ukwa. Kindly and abeg remember to take pics for wc.

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    2. Thanks cute mom to be its been awhile I read ur comment. Ahh sunshine looks good n I get accolades daily for the work am doing. Pls this ukwa is it the one they sell with coconut in the east? Can it be cooked, pls cook and take pics let's see.

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  4. Anonymous7/24/2013

    I love Deborah. She's one of the best blog commenters to me. She's so classy, she talks well, I think she's a good wife, she's beautiful and I like how she takes time to present meals in a nice manner.
    Best of all she's a fan of Game of Thrones.
    P.S Debbie I just finished reading a storm of swords and I'm going to buy the next book. How about you?

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    1. Thanks anon6:34 I appreciate. Funny enough a frnd sent all the books to my mail, but I have not been able to read even a chapter, I will do that hopefully wen am on leave, bcos no time.

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  5. Anonymous7/24/2013

    Abeg make una no vex. Shey spinach is green amaranth?

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    1. Anonymous7/26/2013

      Deborah dear,spinach is totally different from amaranth . You used amaranth here.

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  6. I don't eat Irish potatoes, can dis be done with Sweet ones? Beautiful presentation btw.

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    1. Thanks, yes it can, but I don't like the sweetness of sweet potato when cooked.

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  7. Funny: I cooked Vegetable potatoe sauce 2day. D taste was yummy. I used Irish potatoe, assorted meat, spring onion, green pepper, cabbage and galic. It was so yummy. Would ve shared if I took pictures.

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    1. Timi Baby, where have you been? I kept looking forward to your comments but you just disappeared. Babe welcome.

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    2. Timi can you pls explain how u prepared it? Was it potato and the sauce or you mixed it all together?

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    3. Timi pls next time snap n share so that others can learn, was it boiled potato den the sauce or it was mixed together?

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    4. All mixed 2geda... Debby, mi can't wait †̥ try dis 2day. Thx

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  8. Debbie, pls can you send the book to my mail box? I will love to read it too.

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    1. Okay Tinex, wats ur mail address?

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  9. Yummilicious! Great photo Deborah. Even those who dread beans will love this one.

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  10. Anonymous7/25/2013

    Debbie please I'm also interested in the ebooks. Barbie0862000 at yahoo dot co dot uk
    Thanks

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    1. Anonymous7/25/2013

      Mesef want ebooks oooo! Emmylohlar@yahoo.com. Thanks a lot

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  11. @ Omo T... I'm always here on WC(Everyday) but I comment using a differnt name. *wink*.. Thx

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  12. Sparklyntinex@gmail.com

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  13. Deborah, nice one I have an idea on what to cook tomorrow. Thanks.

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    1. HmMmnn is this sadia? Thanks hun, pls show us some of the delicacy ango is enjoying pls.

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  14. Anonymous7/25/2013

    Tanx Deby. Nice one, I'll try.

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  15. Anonymous7/25/2013

    Kattyreality

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  16. Anonymous7/27/2013

    Anty pls I want to learn H◌ w̶̲̥̅̊ to cook pepper soup

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  17. Anonymous8/08/2013

    Please should I fry with red oil or palm oil? Cos I'm kinda confused

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  18. Anonymous8/27/2013

    Dunno wat 2 cook 4 dinner I need help plssss

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  19. This is great,pls i also need the cook book

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  20. Oh my God! Cnt wait to prepare this ooooo! U are very good debby. Thnx alot

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