Subject: recipe Irish Potatos
From: dafney <mail[at]nauticom.net>
Date: Sun, 09 Feb 1997 21:13:35 -0600
Would any of you fellow culinary lover please know the recipe
for Irish Potatos. Thanks in advance
From: prissb[at]prissb.sdi.agate.net (Skeeter)
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 1997 21:33:22 GMT
Could you be a little more specific? I always thought that Irish
Portatoes was another name for white potatoes.
From: Kate Connally <connally[at]physast1.phyast.pitt.edu>
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 1997 10:28:41 -0800
Do you mean actual potatoes or do you mean the candy
called Irish Potatoes, which uses mashed potato,
powdered sugar, and coconut and is shaped like a potato
and rolled in cocoa and studded with pine nuts for the
From: prncssdi[at]ix.netcom.com(Princess Di)
Date: 11 Feb 1997 23:52:38 GMT
What we consider Irish potatoes are sliced peeled potatoes fried in a
bit of butter or oil with sliced peppers and onions. Yummmm!
From: rain[at]hothouse.iglou.com (Rain)
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 1997 01:43:00 GMT
Everywhere I've seen or heard it, "Irish potatoes" was simply another
name for white potatoes as opposed to sweet potatoes. Did you have a
more specific Irish potato dish in mind? if you can describe it,
I might have a recipe.
From: zimm[at]hmivax.humgen.upenn.edu (Laurie Z.)
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 09:46:09 -0500
The recipe seeker may be looking for the candy which contains cream
cheese, a bit of potato, sugar, perhaps coconut, rolled into balls and
dusted in cinnamon. We see them in PA around St. Pats.
From: Robert Wolf <rwolf[at]chesapeake.net>
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 19:28:10 -0800
Laurie Z. wrote:
> The recipe seeker may be looking for the candy which contains cream
> cheese, a bit of potato, sugar, perhaps coconut, rolled into balls and
> dusted in cinnamon.
2 boxes Conf. sugar 1 8oz pkg cream cheese
2 tbl vanilla 1 7oz pkg. coconut
Soften cream cheese, mix all ingredients except cinnamon. Shape into
balls and roll in cinnamon. Refrigerate. Makes 3-4 lb candy. This is my
favorite candy. Bob