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5 St. Patrick's Day Recipes for the Lucky

Mar 09, 2016 06:40PM ● Published by Erin Frisch

St. Patrick's Day or the Feast of St. Patrick is observed on March 17 as a religious and cultural celebration. It honors Ireland's patron St. Patrick. The date marks the traditional death of the saint. In the early 17th century, it was made an official Christian feast day observed by the Church of Ireland, the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and Luthern Church. In America we celebrate by making Irish food and drinking Green Beer. Cheers!

Corned Beef & Cabbage

You can't get more traditional then the old standby of Corned Beef and Cabbage. Making sure the brisket is the start we marinate ours in brine (the longer it sits the better it will taste). Follow this easy to use recipe which will guarantee a stunner come supper.

 

Traditional Irish Stew

This comforting stew features tender lamb, hearty Carrots & potatoes all topped off with a sinfully delicious her butter. This is a stick to your ribs kind of meal sure. 

 

Colcannon

Calcannon is a traditional Irish side dish usually served along with lamb or corned beef. It is potatoes mixed with cabbage.

 

Irish Soda Bread

A bread but more sweet than bread because it is made with orange zest and currants. Takes around 20 minutes to Prep and 55 minutes to bake. The aroma will fill the house for this special occasion. If you do not like the taste of Orange zest or currants you may swap them out for raisins and nuts.

 

Chocolate Stout Cupcakes

The flavor of Guinness melds perfectly with Chocolate to make rich and tender cupcakes. As an added bonus, you can frost your cupcakes with cream cheese frosted (or even add green food coloring) to look like Guinness foam. 


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