A simple dish to make, it only takes about 40 minutes and is a take on the traditional Irish stew. Along with the mash potato it is like a hug on a cold winters day! Its a great winter warming dish and defo one to try for Paddy’s day. A one pot wonder full of flavour and will satisfy the most carnivorous of your mates!



  • 2 tbsp oil
  • 2 onions
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • 2 medium carrots
  • 1 medium parsnip
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 leek
  • 2 bay leaves
  • Small bunch of fresh thyme
  • 100ml white wine
  • 1 litre veg stock
  • 3 tins of cooked green lentils
  • 3 tablespoons tamari/soy sauce
  • Salt & black pepper to season
  • Small bunch chives (20g)

Colcannon Mash

  • 1kg potatoes
  • 150ml of milk of your choice
  • Handful of Kale
  • 50g Cabbage
  • Bunch scallions
  • Salt & Pepper



  • Heat pan on medium heat and add 2 tbsp oil. Chop onions ad garlic and add to heat stirring occasionally
  • Finely chop the carrots and parsnip and add along with 1 teaspoon of salt
  • Chop the leek into decent chunks including the green topside add to the pan
  • Add bay leaves. Remove the leaves from thyme stalks and add.
  • Drain the tinned lentils and chickpeas, rinse thoroughly and add to pan
  • Add the vegetable stock and tamarin (or soy sauce)
  • Turn heat up to full. Bring pot to boil and reduce to a gentle simmer for about 20 mins


  • Leaving skin on the potatoes chop them up into bitesized pieces
  • Put in a separate pot, cover with water and boil until soft (about 15-20 mins)
  • Remove the main central rib of your kale/cabbage and chop up finely
  • Remove ends of scallions and chop up into small rounds
  • Drain cooked potatoes, return to pot and add the kale, scallions, milk and mash
  • Season to your taste with salt and black pepper
  • Once cooked and soft, finely chop the parsley and add to pot before serving
  • Serve Stew alongside colcannon kale mash. Enjoy!

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