I was away on St. Patrick’s Day, so I did not get a chance to make something Irish to celebrate the occasion. Therefore I decided that instead of regular mashed potatoes with my Easter dinner, I would make Colcannon instead. I hesitate to give a real recipe because I really don’t measure with this sort of thing. I made basic mashed potatoes (potatoes, soy milk, Earth Balance, salt & pepper; I also used a spoonful of Veganaise), and added scallions, savoy cabbage and red kale. The scallions were not cooked, but the cabbage and kale were boiled for just a few minutes in salted water to soften them before they were added. Then just mix it all together!
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