Easy No-Yeast Bread

No Yeast Irish Brown Soda Bread sliced and buttered

Looking for a hearty, crusty bread to go with dinner? This No Yeast Brown Soda Bread comes together easily and then it’s just a quick 30-minute bake in the oven – absolutely no proofing needed! This European-style bread has a nutty flavor, crusty exterior, and a moist crumb. It’s just perfect for dabbing up the sauce in your favorite soups, stews and gravy. This recipe yields a 1-lb loaf.

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Sausages in Puff Pastry (Irish Sausage Rolls)

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Here is a fun and authentic Saint Patrick’s Day appetizer to serve your family and friends. In Ireland, sausage rolls are very popular. You can find them just about anywhere you go. They are served at pubs, parties, and can even be purchased ready-made at bakeries. These pastry wrapped sausages are also prepared for a hearty breakfast on the go. #Pub Food #Chef Ramsay Pub #Sausage Rolls #Pigs in a blanket #Kitchen Dreaming

Traditional Irish Shepherd’s Pie – Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day

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This traditional Irish comfort food is made with ground beef cooked in a rich gravy with fresh herbs and vegetables. It’s topped with creamy mashed potatoes and then baked until hot and bubbly. This classic Irish meal is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. With some ingredient swaps, this recipe can also be made gluten-free, vegetarian, or even vegan.

Mashed Carrots and Turnips

The mashed carrots are sweet while the rutabagas have an earthy flavor and they pair very well together. The added sweetness from the butter and a good sprinkling of salt really makes this dish shine.

Coarsely mashing boiled carrots and rutabaga together with a little butter really highlights ingredients. The two vegetables will not fully incorporate into an orange mash but will instead create a beautiful mosaic in your serving dish. If you caught it, yes, I said rutabaga instead of turnips. In Ireland, the …

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Mussels in Irish Ale

Mussels in Irish ale is a traditional Irish dish served along the coastal regions.

My family loves mussels so we are always looking for new flavor combinations to try. With St. Patrick’s day right around the corner and with Ireland being an island nation, I went in search of a traditional Irish dish featuring mussels. These Mussels in Irish Ale filled the bill of …

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