Top 6 Irish Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day

There is nothing quite like celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in your new house and kitchen built by KB Homes! Having some wonderful food to share with family and friends may be the perfect way to celebrate!  Here we’ve gathered six top Irish recipes for you to try.


1. Dingle Pies

These tasty small meat pies are displayed every August at the Puck Fair on the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland. Not only are they a loved snack at markets and celebrations, but the resident shepherds enjoy packing these with them for lunch.


Recipe from Fine Cooking can be found here.


2. Corned Beef and Cabbage

The long standing tradition for a true St. Patrick’s Day meal is this classic Corned Beef and Cabbage. This Americanized version includes garlic butter drizzled over the veggies and broiled for increased flavor.


Recipe from Fine Cooking can be found here.


3. Mini Shepherd’s Pie

Another favorite hearty mini-meal of the Irish are these individual shepherd’s pies. You can make your own crust for these, or save time and use a pre-made pie crust. Sure to hit the spot of your family and guests this St. Paddy’s Day!


Recipe from Delish can be found here.


4. Dublin Coddle

The Irish love savory and hearty and you can have both of those with this traditional stew. It’s loaded with potatoes, bacon and sausage for that comforting yet easy meal.


Recipe from Diet Hood can be found here.


5. Brown Sugar and Chocolate Cake

Enjoy a truly Irish inspired dessert with Diana Henry’s Guinness chocolate cake. It has a creamy sour cream frosting and a glorious buttercream filling. Amaze your family with this rich chocolate cake that has just a hint of stout.


Recipe from Telegraph can be found here.


6. Soda Bread Biscuits

For a real tribute to the Irish, bake up a batch of these adorable little biscuits. Dotted with caraway seeds and raisins, these little breads can be eaten with butter, cheese or any St. Paddy’s day meal.

Recipe from Food Network can be found here.

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