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'St. Patricks Day' on Serious Eats
These shortbread are like Irish soda bread in cookie form.
These fluffy, tender, and boozy pancakes give real meaning to "top o' the mornin to ya".
This savory bread pudding marries onions, carrots, thyme, and sharp cheddar cheese for an earthy, cheesy side dish or main course.
This retro-inspired no-bake dessert is perfect for when you want a chocolate and minty treat without spending a ton of time in the kitchen.
Go green this St. Patrick's Day with a vibrant and flavorful parsley, pine nut, and Parmesan pesto tossed up with spinach pasta, pan-grilled chicken, and wilted baby spinach.
Bake with your booze on St. Patrick's Day with this dripping moist chocolate cake deeply flavored with the dark tones of decadent chocolate stout.
This traditional Irish bread is characterized by first soaking raisins in tea overnight.
This homemade recipe uses few ingredients and comes together without the corn syrup (high fructose or otherwise) and additives and preservatives included in the real deal. Pleasantly minty and thick enough for quality slurping/straw cloggage, this is a shake that goes down easy.
[Photograph: Donna Currie] If you've never made pie dough or puff pastry and you're a little afraid of the recipe, let me put you at ease. If you mess up and the butter gets incorporated into the dough rather than...
A simple splash of Irish cream gives this already-delicious triple chocolate pie an intoxicating upgrade, adding a creamy and slightly bracing (in a good way) flavor contrast.
In anticipation of St. Patrick's Day, we've deemed this week Guinness Week, and we'll be offering up luscious stout-based recipes all week long. This Guinness stew begs you to tuck in for a warm, soul-satisfying meal. A little carrot, a little potato, loads of sweet cipollini onion, and tender chunks of beef: it's a simple dish but such a good one.
This is an American-style soda bread. The original Irish soda bread didn't have raisins. Or cranberries. Some American-style Irish soda bread also includes caraway. This one doesn't, but if you like it, feel free to add two to four tablespoons of caraway along with the dry ingredients.
[Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] Note: You can also make this recipe using store-bought corned beef. Just skip to step 2. About the author: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt is the Chief Creative Officer of Serious Eats where he likes to explore the...
Bangers and mash sounds like a relatively simple, two-ingredient dish, but there's actually a third, equally important component that doesn't get main billing: onion gravy, the glue that holds this meal together.
Over the years I've come across nuts in many baked goods. Almond-studded croissants, pistachio-covered brioche, banana bread with pecans—so why not Irish soda bread?
On this side of the Atlantic, corned beef and cabbage may be about as Irish as a dish gets, but according to Darina Allen author of Forgotten Skills of Cooking bacon and cabbage is Ireland's national dish. It calls for whole loin bacon, a British Isles export, which is cooked along with the cabbage, sliced before serving, and paired with a creamy parsley sauce.
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Just because there aren't any special spicy dishes courtesy of Ireland (who usually rely on a bottle of hot sauce to jazz up food), doesn't mean St. Patrick's Day can't be celebrated in zesty style. Try this fried chicken coated in crushed wasabi peas for a quick and spicy way to celebrate.