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Irish FAQ: Cuisine (Recipes) [7/10]
Section - 5) Boxty

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	From Deirdre Barr

	Here's the recipe for boxty, as per the Monica Sheridan cookbook.

	2 Large raw potatoes             
	1 teaspoon baking-soda
	2 cups of mashed potatoes        
	2 tablespoons flour (approx)
	1 teaspoon salt.

	Grate the raw potatoes & squeeze out the liquid.  Add to the
	mashed potatoes & add salt.  Mix the soda with the flour and add
	to the potatoes.  Roll out on a floured board to a circle of a
	1/2" thickness.  Cut in 4 quarters & put on an ungreased
	griddle. Cook on a gentle heat for 30 to 40 minutes, turning the
	bread at half-time.  The farls or quarters, should be well
	browned on both sides.  Serves 4 You may add a teaspoon of
	caraway seeds, if you like.



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