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    ms. tonya Guest

    Default Irish Vegetable Roll

    With St. Patrick's Day coming up been calling around grocery stores in
    the Detroit area - CorkTown- for Northern Ireland's vegetable roll
    without success even lurking online.

    Would anyone here have a tried & proved recipe they could share, even
    trying to find bangers/white pudding is getting me no where.

    TIA.


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    Lynn from Fargo Ografmorffig Guest

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    On Mar 8, 6:40*pm, Tonya_...@webtv.net (ms. tonya) wrote:
    > With St. Patrick's Day coming up been calling around grocery stores in
    > the Detroit area - CorkTown- for Northern Ireland's vegetable roll
    > without success even lurking online.
    >
    > Would anyone here have a tried & proved recipe they could share, even
    > trying to find bangers/white pudding *is getting me no where.
    >
    > TIA.


    What is vegetable roll? I know that bangers are sausages and I know
    that pudding doesn't mean chocolate or vanilla but what kind of
    pudding is white?
    Lynn in Fargo
    had four British grandparents

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    dejablues Guest

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    "ms. tonya" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > With St. Patrick's Day coming up been calling around grocery stores in
    > the Detroit area - CorkTown- for Northern Ireland's vegetable roll
    > without success even lurking online.
    >
    > Would anyone here have a tried & proved recipe they could share, even
    > trying to find bangers/white pudding is getting me no where.


    There are some recipes online but they don't seem to be difficult or conatin
    much vegetable matter.
    " Beef sausage meat, ordinary sausages skinned will do, or minced steak.
    Finely chop leeks and onion, allow half an ounce of spice per lb - a basic
    mix is salt, pepper and nutmeg - and then mix the whole lot together, form
    into a roll or individual cakes and fry or grill".



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    Kate Connally Guest

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    dejablues wrote:
    > "ms. tonya" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> With St. Patrick's Day coming up been calling around grocery stores in
    >> the Detroit area - CorkTown- for Northern Ireland's vegetable roll
    >> without success even lurking online.
    >>
    >> Would anyone here have a tried & proved recipe they could share, even
    >> trying to find bangers/white pudding is getting me no where.

    >
    > There are some recipes online but they don't seem to be difficult or conatin
    > much vegetable matter.


    Isn't meat considered a vegetable in that part of the world? ;-)

    Kate

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    Dimitri Guest

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    "Kate Connally" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > dejablues wrote:
    >> "ms. tonya" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]..
    >>> With St. Patrick's Day coming up been calling around grocery stores in
    >>> the Detroit area - CorkTown- for Northern Ireland's vegetable roll
    >>> without success even lurking online.
    >>>
    >>> Would anyone here have a tried & proved recipe they could share, even
    >>> trying to find bangers/white pudding is getting me no where.

    >>
    >> There are some recipes online but they don't seem to be difficult or
    >> conatin much vegetable matter.

    >
    > Isn't meat considered a vegetable in that part of the world? ;-)
    >
    > Kate
    >
    > --
    > Kate Connally



    Potatoes too.

    :-)

    Dimitri


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    Arri London Guest

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    "ms. tonya" wrote:
    >
    > With St. Patrick's Day coming up been calling around grocery stores in
    > the Detroit area - CorkTown- for Northern Ireland's vegetable roll
    > without success even lurking online.
    >
    > Would anyone here have a tried & proved recipe they could share, even
    > trying to find bangers/white pudding is getting me no where.
    >
    > TIA.


    Can't help you with a recipe; my cookbooks are from the Republic rather
    than Ulster. It is basically minced beef (sausage meat) mixed with
    leeks, green/spring onions, carrots etc, shaped into a roll and cooked.
    Then sliced and fried for an Ulster Fry yum yum.

    We can do you a nice white pudding though

    From: The Poolbeg Book of Traditional Irish Cooking (paraphrased)

    4 oz grated pork fat (from the stomach) or beef suet
    6 oz coarsely ground oatmeal
    1 tbs wholemeal flour (wholewheat)
    2 oz pork liver
    1/2 stick of celery
    1 small onion, peeled and finely chopped
    1/2 cup broth (from cooking the liver)
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp pepper
    1 tbs dried thyme

    Cook the liver and pour the broth over the oats to soak for a few hours
    or overnight. Grate/chop the liver.
    Soften the onion and celery in some of the fat. Add the rest of the fat,
    the vegetables and seasonings to the soaked oatmeal. Mix thoroughly.
    Shape into a long sausage about 1 1/2 inches in diameter. Roll the
    sausage into a cloth (muslin/cheesecloth/teatowel) and tie both ends
    with string. Bring a large pot of water to a boil and place the pudding
    into it. Turn down the heat and simmer for about one hour. Take it out
    and let it cool before removing the cloth. Can be eaten hot or cold or
    cut into slices and fried in bacon fat....

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    Arri London Guest

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    Lynn from Fargo Ografmorffig wrote:
    >
    > On Mar 8, 6:40 pm, Tonya_...@webtv.net (ms. tonya) wrote:
    > > With St. Patrick's Day coming up been calling around grocery stores in
    > > the Detroit area - CorkTown- for Northern Ireland's vegetable roll
    > > without success even lurking online.
    > >
    > > Would anyone here have a tried & proved recipe they could share, even
    > > trying to find bangers/white pudding is getting me no where.
    > >
    > > TIA.

    >
    > What is vegetable roll? I know that bangers are sausages and I know
    > that pudding doesn't mean chocolate or vanilla but what kind of
    > pudding is white?
    > Lynn in Fargo
    > had four British grandparents



    White pudding is a sausage made with pork liver and oats. Compare with
    the French boudin blanc (pork or chicken with cream) or the Cajun boudin
    blanc (pork and rice).
    Vegetable roll is beef minced meat mixed with leeks, spring/green onions
    and other vegs as the cook choose. Rolled into a sausage shape.

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    Lynn from Fargo Ografmorffig Guest

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    On Mar 9, 1:13*pm, Arri London <biot...@ic.ac.uk> wrote:
    > Lynn from Fargo Ografmorffig wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Mar 8, 6:40 pm, Tonya_...@webtv.net (ms. tonya) wrote:
    > > > With St. Patrick's Day coming up been calling around grocery stores in
    > > > the Detroit area - CorkTown- for Northern Ireland's vegetable roll
    > > > without success even lurking online.

    >
    > > > Would anyone here have a tried & proved recipe they could share, even
    > > > trying to find bangers/white pudding *is getting me no where.

    >
    > > > TIA.

    >
    > > What is vegetable roll? *I know that bangers are sausages and I know
    > > that pudding doesn't mean chocolate or vanilla but what kind of
    > > pudding is white?
    > > Lynn in Fargo
    > > had four British grandparents

    >
    > White pudding is a sausage made with pork liver and oats. Compare with
    > the French boudin blanc (pork or chicken with cream) or the Cajun boudin
    > blanc (pork and rice).
    > Vegetable roll is beef minced meat mixed with leeks, spring/green onions
    > and other vegs as the cook choose. Rolled into a sausage shape.


    Thank you very much. My mother made the beef suet pudding /pastry
    that gets rolled out and filled with beef and potatoes and steamed in
    the same manner. I haven't made it in years . . . miss it but not the
    cholesterol
    Lynn in Fargo

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