Since I’m always slow on the uptake and cannot for the life of me eat Irish food on any other day of the year, I’ve decided to round up my fave Irish influenced and potato recipes.
- Corned Beef and Cabbage Enchiladas
- Irish Brown Soda Bread
- Loaded Baked Potato Bread
- Stout Braised Chuck Steak
- Slow Cooking Bandwagon Guinness Beef Stew
- Braised Corned Beef and Cabbage with Stout Mustard Glaze
- Stout Soaked Cherry Chocolate Bread
Honestly. Who doesn’t want to plow into this bread? Potatoes, cheese, bacon, and onions all wrapped up into a convenient to eat bread. And yes, OF COURSE it’s delicious! I couldn’t stop eating it. And I’m not kidding.
Beer is a wonderful and flavorful addition to any soup or stew. I added it to this recipe for some heartiness to the broth and to help break down the toughness of chuck steak. It made this steak like butter on the plate.
What St. Patrick’s Day is complete without a wedge of this tender, flaky, sweet bread alongside some corned beef and cabbage?
Dried cherries are soaked in stout overnight and then rolled into this deliciously sweet bread WITH chocolate. Toast some up for breakfast!
I call it bandwagon because I jumped on the blogger bandwagon and whipped up a batch. That’s how easy, simple and tasty this stew really is. You can throw it together in a heartbeat and have a hearty meal on the table when you get home.
The stout and the mustard really do pair well with the tender and slightly salty corned beef. Then add the sweet cabbage and potatoes and you’ve got a delicious boiled dinner!
I had to think of something interesting and different to make with all that left over corned beef. Actually, there’s usually NOT any left over by the time we are finished eating. I could eat my weight in corned beef. Truly. I kid you not. All *cough* pounds of me!
So, I hope you’ve enjoyed this highlight of some of my favorite Irish or Irish inspired recipes. Here’s to another scrumptious St. Patrick’s Day!