St Patrick's Day is upon us again! Whilst the drinking, dressing up and going out is part of the celebrations, the food is also another fundamental part which will enable you to get right to the heart of Irish culture - that's why we've collated our favourite Irish recipes in time for the frivolities.
St Patrick's Day marks the death of Ireland's Patron Saint and has since become an annual celebration of Irish culture which now stretches across to a number of the world's countries including Mumbai and the Caribbean. Tuck into these delicious recipes below!
This wholesome meal holds many qualities which make Irish-style food so adored. It's creamy consistency allows the contents which include onion, fresh potato peelings and seasonings to meld in a delicious way. This method also includes a selection of hints and tips to improve your soup even further such as with the inclusion of other root vegetables.
How about this for a hangover cure on the morning after the night before? This dense base is tasty and delicious in itself but also wonderfully serves the plethora of fresh delicious ingredients which are bundled atop including the naturally salty asparagus and the creamy hollandaise sauce.
The cooking technique behind stews and hotpots considers patience and taste. This particular method finds the potatoes roofing a number of delicious flavours mingling and simmering beneath throughout the cooking process.
This is a leisurely dish comprised of leftovers. Despite its amazing appearance, the method behind it is incredibly simple, merely requiring some low-level preparation and allowing the oven to do the work! The combination of delicious ingredients including beef, tomato and celery makes this dish a real favourite!
Check out our wider range of potato recipes.
There’s nothing quite like enjoying crisp and crunchy jacket potato with fluffy insides loaded with tasty fillings. Also known as a baked potato, you can whip one up in the oven or microwave for a delicious, satisfying and filling meal. It may not be rocket science but we want your spud to be splendid so here are some tips on how to make jacket potatoes perfect every time!
Everyone loves chips! Whether you are having them together with a steak or served up in a butty they are a staple side dish for many a meal. If you’re looking for the healthier alternative, knowing how to make oven chips is a must! We would always say it’s better to make them from scratch rather than frozen because you have a lot more choice on how you want to prepare them! Here’s what you should think about…
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