Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Our Recipe Suggestions

St. Patrick's Day
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With St. Patrick’s Day rapidly approaching, it’s time to plan a traditional Irish menu to celebrate the day.  We have scoured the web to bring you the best Irish recipes to make your holiday meal a success.


Begin your Irish feast with a savory torte, like this one from Taste Of Home, Cheddar-Veggie Appetizer Torte Recipe: How to Make It (tasteofhome.com). It features zucchini, mushrooms, bacon, and a garlic & herb cream cheese, and is sure to be a crowd favorite.

Main Course

Most people think of corned beef and cabbage as their main course on St. Patrick’s Day.  To switch it up, but still enjoy an authentic, Irish meal, try serving Irish Coddle, also known as Dublin Coddle (Irish Coddle Recipe | Food Network Kitchen | Food Network). It is a traditional stew made of hearty ingredients like bacon, sausage, onions and potatoes. It goes well with Irish Soda Bread (see below for recipe).

Side Dishes

Every stew needs bread paired with it.  Try this Irish Soda Bread recipe to serve alongside the Irish Coddle (Irish Brown Bread Recipe (marthastewart.com)).

An Irish meal must include potatoes, and there is no better way to include them than to serve a side dish of colcannon.  Made of mashed potatoes, cabbage and either ham or bacon, colcannon is enjoyed all over Ireland any time of the year (Colcannon Recipe | Food Network).

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Your St. Patrick’s Day meal is sure to be a success if you serve any of these recipes.  May the luck of the Irish be with you all year!

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