Dublin Coddle, or sometimes simply Coddle, is an Irish dish consisting of layers of bacon and roughly sliced pork sausage, potatoes, onions and carrots. It can also include barley.
Coddle is traditionally associated with Dublin, Ireland, hence the name Dublin Coddle. It is semi-boiled and semi-steamed in the stock produced by bacon and sausages. It should be cooked in a pot with a well-fitting lid in order to steam the ingredients left uncovered by the liquid.