Coddle

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Coddle is a dish from Dublin, Ireland.

It is white sausages simmered in broth with potatoes and bacon. Coddle is only mildly seasoned with salt, pepper and parsley.

Coddle is a regional dish and may not be known by that name in other parts of Ireland.

Other uses

As a verb

  • To coddle is also a cooking technique meaning to cook foods gently in liquid kept just below the boiling point. It is similar to simmer, although simmering may be a little hotter, just at the boiling point.
  • To coddle is to overindulge or baby someone. Mollycoddle.