17 Classic Irish Foods for St. Patrick's Day

Corned Beef

If you've never had a boxty, gooseberry crumble or mutton, this is the year to try it! These traditional Irish specialties are delicious and found most often in the "Emerald Isle" or Ireland! So celebrate St. Patrick's day with this veritable Irish feast, including corned beef, shepherd's pie and cabbage stew! May the luck of the Irish be with you!

Corned Beef - This corned beef will melt in your mouth. You'll want to keep going back for more!

Maragaret Mulligan's Irish Soda Bread - This traditional Irish bread is unbelievably good. It is very moist.

Irish Cabbage Stew - Cut up the ingredients the night before and in the morning fill crock pot.  When you come home after a hard days work, it smells wonderful!

Irish Bannock - A tasty loaf similar to a scone. Perfect for breakfast or as a snack with tea or coffee.

Steak and Guiness Pie - A very UK way to make dinner, this meat pie is thick with Guinness and meat and sweetened with brown sugar and raisins

Irish Boiled Dinner - A simple dinner with corned beef and vegetables, slow-cooked all day.

Irish Cream Bundt Cake - A deliciously easy cake with fabulous Irish Cream flavor.

Irish Lamb Stew - A very hearty stew that could make a whole meal! Flavored with parsley, thyme and beer, it is a truly Irish dish.

Blarney Stone-KISSed Cookies - Can't make it to Ireland to kiss the real Blarney Stone? Then offer these wonderful Blarney Stone-KISSed Cookies as a sweet substitute. Drizzled with green glaze to add a festive touch.

Irish Pot-Roasted Chicken - This is a perfect meal to gather around the family and enjoy.

Shepherd's Pie - A basic beef stew topped with mashed potatoes and cheese, then broiled to perfection.

Colcannon - A filling cabbage and potato dish with a humble Irish origin.

Irish White Pudding Sausage - This traditional sausage is usually served with breakfast but can be incorporated into many different dishes.

Corned Beef and Cabbage - This Irish favorite can be made in the crockpot too! A homemade mustard sauce and glaze make it a special dish.

Irish Coddle - Sausage, bacon and beer add tremendous flavor to this Irish crockpot dish!

County Cork Irish Stew - This hearty stew features lamb chops, potatoes, cabbage, leek, and plenty of fresh herbs.

Briscoe's Irish brown Bread - A bread machine recipe inspired by Irish classics with raisins, brown sugar, and old fashioned oats.

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