17th of March is getting close, and do you know what that means? Yes, the celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day, the most commonly recognized patron saint of Ireland! And in that honor we made this list of top 10 most delicious traditional Irish recipes. There are varieties of choices that we collected, and of course there are ones made with the most influential in the Irish cuisine – the potato.
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This ideas will be an amazing snack or dinner, and in the same time they will decorate your table for the celebration. Be that lady that manages to do everything on time and in the same time does all that flawless, and you can use our help while doing that. Continue reading this article and find the perfect recipe for your Saint Patrick’s Day party. Enjoy the day and don’t forget to write bellow which one did you choose. To get the full recipes just click on the links bellow the picture.
1. Foley’s Irish Pub’s Shepherd’s Pie
This is one traditional Irish recipe that you need to try the second you think of Irish food. The best thing is that it is authentic and you can have that Irish sense in your home. The main ingredient is beef meat and the mixture of green peas and carrots, white pepper salt and garlic will make you crave for more.
2. Irish Stew
This is a great recipe that you can make in your crockpot, and the best thing is that the whole house will smell amazing thanks to this delicious recipe, which will make everyone sit on the table and wait till it’s done. The only thing that is little different from the traditional one is that beef is used instead of lamb or mutton, but it is something that you decide by your own taste.
3. Potato and Leek Soup
In the cold winter days all you need to warm your body is a nice hot soup, and who knows this better then an Irishman? They just know how to pair the ingredients, so believe us when we tell you that this potato and leek soup is the best soup recipes there is.
4. Lucky Irish Soda Bread
If you are looking for a new and sure bread recipe we won’t think twice to recommend you this one. The whole mixture is done for the oven in a less then 30 minutes. This is a great solution for all of you who want simple and delicious bread recipe, and this one’s secret flavor is raisins, yummy!
5. Irish Aebleskiver
This little delicious treats are Irish pancake puffs and are great to serve to your family dinner, because they are unusual and everyone’s gonna love their delicious flavor. Click on the link right below the picture to get the full instructions that you will be needing.
6. Corned Beef and Cabbage Potato Salad
Potatoes are always good idea! Try this Irish salad recipe that can be done in approximately one hour. This will make a great dinner and is also an amazing booster for your vitamin C. Get all the ingredients needed from the list (click the link above) and don’t forget your olive oil!
7. Irish Apple Tart
If you are bored from the traditional American apple pie, don’t give up on the pie completely! This Irish recipe is done on a plate, which at first can sound crazy, but it turns out pretty well. To add a little extra flavor use cinnamon and grated ginger.
8. Chocolate Irish Cream Filled Donuts
There is no one in the world that would turn out a tasty chocolate doughnut. This Irish recipe is different from the usual one that is familiar to all of us, but is great for breaking the monotony and to make a sweet surprise to your loved ones.
9. Homemade Baileys Irish Cream
Mmm, this is one rare alcoholic drink that actually tastes amazing! It’s time to roll up your sleeves and make your own drink for your celebration. All you need is already in your house, so separate 5 or 10 minutes of your time, and make this delicious baileys all by yourself!
10. Poached Salmon With Irish Butter Sauce
Doesn’t the title of this recipe only makes you eager to try it out as soon as possible? Nicely cooked salmon with some tasteful butter sauce, it doesn’t get any better. We saved the best for the end, so you won’t go wrong if you choose to try this one out because the Irish people know what they are doing.