Happy St Patrick’s Day for tomorrow. May your glass be ever full of Guinness, may your stew be hearty and may you have an endless supply of potato bread to go with your Ulster Fry.
Potato bread can take on a few forms, but the stuff I am talking about here is common in Northern Ireland. It is also known as potato farls or fadge. Very common in Ulster and is a key ingredient in an Ulster Fry. Which here in Australia we would call a ‘big breakfast’.
As much as I love Paddy The Baker’s bread, I do giggle to myself when I see people buying potato bread at a premium price. To be honest here, we have been known to buy a slice or two when at Marrickville Markets to nibble as we shop. Mac and Sally munch away as I dart between stalls to pick up our supplies. Read more →