Our Favorite Irish Recipes
LOADED SWEET POTATO IRISH NACHOS WITH BEER-BRAISED SHORT RIBS
The heavenly nature of baked sweet potato wedges piled high with ridiculously tender short ribs, jalapeños, melted cheese, guacamole and crunchy red onion and bell peppers is almost too delicious.
GRILLED CORN BEEF AND FONTINA SANDWICHES
These may not be entirely traditional, but gosh, are they tasty.
IRISH APPLE CAKE WITH CUSTARD SAUCE
This very tender and soft cake is jam packed with apples. The apples hold their shape very well when baked and are still a bit crispy. There is a tiny bit of spice and the top is crusted crunchy sugar. The custard sauce is poured warm over the top of a slice of apple cake, its creamy sweetness is the perfect addition to the thick fruit filled cake.
A St. Patrick’s day favorite, Colcannon is a a mixture of creamy mashed potatoes and usually kale or cabbage. This recipe mixes mashed potatoes with chopped cooked kale, green onions, milk or cream, and lots of butter. To serve one makes a depression in the middle of the mashed potatoes and puts a knob of butter in it. To eat it, dip a forkful of the potatoes in the melted butter.
Dublin because it’s Irish. Coddle because it’s cooked low and sloooooowly. Essentially Dublin Coddle is an Irish, one-pot collaboration of bacon, pork sausage, potatoes and onions. Don't forget the crusty bread, it is a must for sopping up the heavenly broth.
DUBLIN ICED COFFEE
A delicious mix of caffeine, dessert, and danger.
Mix coffee, stout, whiskey, and simple syrup in a highball glass. Add ice to fill. Gently pour in cream so it gradually sinks into coffee; sprinkle with cinnamon.
GUINNESS BEEF STEW WITH CHEDDAR HERB DUMPLINGS
This hearty stew makes the perfect dinner for cold nights.