Other Irish Recipes
Other cabbage recipes, pot pies and bisque. Get some awesome St. Patrick’s Day appetizer ideas here, too.
31.Irish Fried Cabbage and Bacon – Sugar And Soul. Simple pan-fried cabbage and bacon recipe. Delicious side dish, served warm. Perfect match for the corned beef.
32.Bangers and Mash with Onion Mustard Gravy – The Suburban Soapbox. You will find it in every Irish pub, but you can also make this dish at home.
33. Dublin Coddle – Bakers Beans. One pot Irish dish, made with leftover pork sausage, ham, potatoes and onion. A hearty meal that can also serve as a main.
34.Fried Cabbage With Bacon – Sustainable Cooks. Whole30, Paleo and Keto recipe. You will need only 10 minutes to make the dish that everyone will love.
35.Mashed Cauliflower Colcannon – Stephanie Sain. Irish side dish without all the carbs. Perfect for vegetarian, gluten-free and low-carb diets.
36.Easy Shepherd’s Pie – Cooking Journey Blog. Simple and filling meat pie, topped with mashed potatoes. The whole family will love it!
37.Guinness Beef and Onion Pot Pie – My Kitchen Love. Cozy comfort food that will become your family favorite. The secret is the good gravy.
38. Vegan Shepherd’s Pie – Girl Heart Food. Hearty, easy and comforting pie, packed with protein and veggies. Irish food can be vegan, too!
39.Irish Scallop Bisque – Beyond Mere Sustenance. Creamy and elegant starter for St. Patrick’s day. Perfect for gluten-free and vegetarian diets.
40.Irish Nachos – Gluten Free Homestead. Fun twist on traditional nachos. Perfect St. Patrick’s day appetizer. Serve it for any party or Game Day!
41.Classic Irish Coffee Recipe – Simply Happy Foodie. Delicious drink for the cool evening or special evening. Make this cocktail with more than 100-year history at home!
Now you understand that Irish food is so simple and full of flavor that it perfectly suits our every day modern life. Quick bread of muffin, served with a meaty stew or corned beef with cabbage and comforting potato side dish, finished with indulgent bread pudding or Irish cream dessert and coffee. Sounds like a cozy family dinner? Absolutely!
Hope you picked some good ideas for your St. Patrick’s Day party or just a good dish for the next dinner!
Please share this post with your friends, so they can pick a good Irish dish, too.
I wish you to find leprechaun’s gold and a lucky clover! Quick tip: According to the legend, wearing green makes you invisible to leprechauns. Have fun, listen to Gaelic folk music and enjoy good Irish food!