15 Irish Recipes for St. Patrick's Day | simplywhisked.com

I absolutely love Irish food (and pretend Irish food, too). It’s so comforting and flavorful. Actually going to Ireland and eating the food was a highlight of our trips in Europe. It was so much fun. Since St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, I thought I’d put together a list of some recipes that would be perfect to celebrate. Whether you’re into authentic, traditional Irish recipes or simply looking to celebrate with shamrocks and potatoes, there’s something here for you.

  1. Irish Beef Stew
  2. Dark Chocolate Guinness Cake with Bailey’s Cream Cheese Icing
  3. Guinness Braised Beef
  4. Herb Crusted & Stuffed Leg of Lamb with Mint Gremolata
  5. Irish Seafood Chowder & Cheddar Scones 
  6. Irish Potato Candies
  7. Shepherd’s Pie with Guinness
  8. Irish Apple Cake with Custard Sauce
  9. Corned Beef & Cabbage Tacos
  10. Irish Champ
  11. Irish Soda Bread
  12. Irish Leek & Potato Soup
  13. Rustic Lamb Pie
  14. Pan Haggerty
  15. Bailey’s Irish Cream Cookies

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Last Updated on December 29, 2020 by Melissa Belanger

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  1. Can anyone give me the recipe for miss pattys founder day punch seen were when i was looking for stuffed pork chops it said try miss patty founder day punch but can’t find the recipe

  2. Do you have any recipes for Irish Soda Bread that are dairy free? If not, what is a good substitute for buttermilk? TIA!

    1. Hi Beth! I don’t have a recipe for Irish soda bread yet, but I like to use So Delicious unsweetened coconut yogurt mixed with dairy free milk to make a buttermilk substitute. Thin it out until it seems like super thick milk. I will try to write a quick recipe with specific measurements for the buttermilk substitute soon!

      1. Thanks for your reply! I ended up just adding vinegar to almond milk. I also used fake butter instead of real butter. The recipe I normally use looks different to what I made (not as crusty as normal), but everybody liked it!