Recipes Ground Beef, Irish Coddle, Chicken Breast

Roast Chicken and Stuffing
Roast Chicken and Stuffing


I cook a lot of my own meals because they taste so much better than the processed food you get in the shops.

I also know the meals have been prepared and cooked hygienically.

I have included some photos of my favorite recipes below so that you can see how I prepared them and how they turned out. If the photos whet your appetite then I have provided a link to each recipe.

Click on this and you will be able to get step by step instructions, including the ingredients I used and lots more photos of every part of the process

How To Cook Roast Chicken Breast and Homemade Stuffing

I always make my own stuffing when cooking roast chicken breast. I prefer lots of onions and tomatoes in my stuffing so by making my own I can have my favorite ingredients. I have given the basic recipe here and you can then add your own extras if you want.

Click this link below to go to the full recipe

Homemade Stuffing and Roast Chicken

Ground Beef Stew
Ground Beef Stew
Recipe for Ground Beef
Recipe for Ground Beef

Minced Ground Beef Recipe

This beef recipe is one of my favorites. Once the basic dish is made then you can turn it into many great tasting meals. It can be eaten on its own with mash and vegetables as shown in the photo below.

It can also be made into cottage pie by adding mashed potato on top or a beef pie by adding shortcrust pastry on top. It is also great with pasta or spaghetti.

There are lots of photos and easy step by step instructions. To get this recipe click on the link below.

Minced Ground Beef with Vegetables

Dublin Coddle
Dublin Coddle
Irish Coddle Meal
Irish Coddle Meal

Irish Coddle Recipe

This is my mother's recipe for Irish Coddle. It is actually called Dublin Coddle because some of the ingredients are unique to Dublin.

If you ask ten Irish people how they make their coddle then you are guaranteed that each recipe will be different. That is the nature of this dish. We all have our favorites and this is mine.

My mother is 78 years old now and I took these photos of her making this Irish Coddle last year. My parents have been married 58 years in August and there is a story here about their first date and Dublin Coddle too.

There are step by step instructions and lots of photos so you can follow each one.

Click on the link below if you fancy a unique and wonderful Irish dish.

My mother's Dublin Coddle

Best Irish Dublin Coddle Recipe

Best Homemade Recipes

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Best Homemade Dishes

I hope these photos of some of my favorite recipes have wet your appetite. Homemade cooked dinners are always best for taste, hygiene and price.

I have also included below videos I made of my mother making Irish Soda Bread and Irish Coddle.

All Images are the copyright of L.M.Reid

Irish Soda Bread Recipe

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prairieprincess 5 years ago from Canada

Wow, what a neat idea for a hub! I'm salivating!

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Denise Handlon 5 years ago from North Carolina

Wow is right! I'm ready to eat, LOL

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habee 5 years ago from Georgia

Yum! When's dinner?? Voted up!

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truebluewriter 5 years ago from Manila, Philippines

I want some of that ground beef lol

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anglnwu 5 years ago

They made my mouth water. Wait up--I'm coming for dinner too.

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viking305 5 years ago from Ireland Author

Thanks everyone for visiting and your comments. There's nothing like homemade dinners!

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Happyboomernurse 5 years ago from South Carolina

What a mouth-watering hub. Very well done. Thanks for sharing it and good luck in the contest.

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VirginiaLynne 5 years ago from United States

I like the idea of putting all these photos together in one hub. You are right that homemade is better.

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Stephanie Henkel 5 years ago from USA

I am so hungry right now! :) Wonderful idea for an unusual photo galleries entry!

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Rosemay50 5 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

What a unique idea for the photo gallery

Great photos and they all look so delicious too.

Good luck with the contest

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WannaB Writer 5 years ago from Templeton, CA

For some reason I'm getting hungry. Time to go grab a snack.

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travel_man1971 5 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

It makes my mouth watery. I want to sample all the food dishes you've shared especially Irish Coddle and Minced Ground Beef with Veggies.

Thanks for sharing!

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Princessa 5 years ago from France

It looks so yummy!!!

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Mark Bronze 5 years ago

Nice contest entry. beautifully presented. My favorite is the Coddle, of course!

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Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

Mmmm delicious and thanks for another recipe to bookmark to add to my collection ,all from HP.

I have to give it a try,if not this week then next week.

I will let you know how I get on.

Take care and have a great day.


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hecate-horus 5 years ago from Rowland Woods

Yep, I'm hungry. Looks great!! Thanks for sharing

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Colleenmt 5 years ago from Milwaukee, WI

I'm going to have to try some of these! Great dishes! I really want to try the Irish Coddle.

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viking305 4 years ago from Ireland Author

I do prefer to cook my own home made recipes because they taste so much better than the prepared meat from the shops.

Thanks everyone for taking the time to leave a comment. I must admit they do look very tasty, the photos are making me hungry too!

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carol7777 4 years ago from Arizona

I always like something different in the food department, and this is it. I am thinking about trying it..and will let you know. Thanks for sharing this great hub.

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viking305 4 years ago from Ireland Author

The recipes are all very tasty carol7777. Let me know how you get on.

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