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18 Irish-Inspired Recipes


  • 18 Irish-Inspired Recipes: Soda bread, Shepherds pie, beef stew, and more! 1 of 19
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  • Slow-cooker Steel Oats 2 of 19
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    Kick off St. Patty's Day morning with this hearty Irish superfood! A bowl equally popular among kids and adults, it's extra-tasty garnished with fresh fruit or nuts.
    Photo credit: Kathy Patalsky
    Make slow-cooker steel cut oats
  • Soda Bread 3 of 19
    Soda Bread
    This classic Irish fare makes for the perfect breakfast dish or afternoon snack when toasted with melted butter on top!
    Make soda bread
  • Crabapple Jelly 4 of 19
    Crabapple Jelly
    The crabapple tree is native to Ireland, and these jellies will top your morning in the most delicious way.
    Make crabapple jelly
  • Guinness Stew with Parsley Dumplings 5 of 19
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    Your family will go gaga for this gravy-doused dish. Complete with comforting dumplings and a rich beer-infused base (don't worry, the alcohol burns down!), don't be surprised if this becomes your family's new St. Patrick's Day dinner tradition!
    Make Guinness stew with parsley dumplings
  • Shepherd’s Pie 6 of 19
    Shepherd's Pie
    No one will be able to resist this warm, classic Anglo-Irish meal that doubles as a sneaky way to get your kids to eat peas.
    Make Shepherd's pie
  • Cheddar Sirloin Shepherd’s Pie 7 of 19
    Cheddar Sirloin Shepherds Pie
    You also could put a twist on the classic with this Shepherd'’s pie recipe, which uses ground sirloin instead of ground beef.
    Make cheddar sirloin Shepherd's pie
  • Hasselback Potatoes 8 of 19
    Hasselback Potatoes
    A staple to the Irish diet, potatoes get a little fancy with this Hasselback twist.
    Make Hasselback potatoes 
  • Pea and Ham Soup 9 of 19
    Pea and Ham Soup
    There’'s no better way to use up leftover ham than by making this comforting, hearty (and easy!) soup.
    Make pea and ham soup
  • Loaded Potato Soup 10 of 19
    Loaded Potato Soup
    It’'s basically a baked potato you can slurp up with a spoon!
    Make loaded potato soup
  • Irish Beef Stew 11 of 19
    Irish Beef Stew
    All you need to do is break out your slow cooker to make this filling and family-friendly beef stew.
    Make Irish beef stew
  • Split Pea and Cabbage Soup 12 of 19
    Split Pea and Cabbage Soup
    This nutrient-packed soup is so good, even your toddler will be asking for seconds.
    Make split pea and cabbage soup
  • Turkey and Potato Cakes 13 of 19
    Turkey and Potato Cakes
    Crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside, these savory patties will be gone before you can say, "“O Danny Boy!"”
    Make turkey and potato cakes 
  • Corned Beef and Cabbage 14 of 19
    Corned Beef
    Think of this dish as the ultimate St. Patty'’s Day comfort food — the perfect way to start off spring.
    Make corned beef and cabbage 
  • Roast Beef with Madeira Sauce 15 of 19
    Roast Beef with Madeira Sauce
    …Or you can try out a more modern take on corned beef and cabbage, like this simple roast beef.
    Make roast beef with Madeira sauce
  • Lemon Curd 16 of 19
    Lemon Curd
    Whether you spread it on crepes or bake it into tarts, this citrusy treat is sure to sweeten your St. Patrick’'s Day celebration.
    Make lemon curd 
  • Homemade Bailey’s Irish Cream 17 of 19
    Homemade Bailey's Irish Cream
    Enjoy this beloved adults-only treat in a milkshake, a chocolate truffle, or an Irish car bomb!
    Make homemade Bailey's Irish Cream
  • Pumpkin Guinness Gingerbread 18 of 19
    Pumpkin Guinness Gingerbread
    Gingerbread gets an Irish kick with a little Guinness thrown in.
    Make pumpkin Guinness gingerbread 
  • Black and Tan Cupcakes 19 of 19
    Black and Tan Cupcakes
    Dark on the bottom and golden on top, these Guinness chocolate cupcakes are dense and moist — for adults only.
    Make black and tan cupcakes 

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