20 Authentic Easy Irish Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day


If you want to experience the rich culture of Irish foods this St. Patty’s day, here are some great recipes to try out! You’re sure to find some new staples to add to your cookbook.

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20 Authentic Easy Irish Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day


1. Smoked Haddock and Cheddar Mash


The haddock and cheddar mash represents the best of Ireland: sea, dairy, and spud. The dish, as comforting as a hug and a roaring hearth on a rainy Dublin day, is all the convincing we need.

From: Saveur

2. Sage-Roasted Pork Sausages on Mash with Onion Gravy


When you need simple, delicious comfort food, look no further. There are few things as absolutely scrumptious as a plate of creamy, buttery mash topped with herby pork sausages topped with a rich, flavoursome onion gravy.

From: Simply Delicious Food

3. Dublin Lawyer with Rice


Dublin Lawyer with Rice is a simple delicious seafood dish that is ready in 20 minutes. Made with Langostino which is the meat from a squat lobster and a bit of whiskey and cream to give it great flavor.

From: A Healthy Life for Me

4. Cinnamon Brioche Bread Pudding


Cinnamon Brioche Bread Pudding is simple yet rich with tantalizingly delicious comfort food flavors. It’s deceptively easy to make, yet special and beautiful to serve. A recipe you’ll want to come back to time and time again.

From: 31 Daily

5. Traditional Irish Champ


In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and as a tribute to all my Irish ancestors, I’m sharing a very simple, very Irish recipe – Champ. Champ is simply cooked, mashed potatoes combined with scallions, milk and lots of butter.

From: Lanas Cooking

6. Chip Butty on Waterford Blaa


Who wouldn’t love to see a french fry sandwich at any St. Patrick’s Day gathering? I would cover my chips with salt and lashings of malt vinegar before I stuffed them into my waiting buttered bread roll and then I would add just a wee bit of ketchup

From: Lea & Jay

7. Irish Potato Bites


Irish Potato Bites filled with cheese and corned beef are a simple and delicious appetizer recipe for St. Patrick’s Day!

From: Home Made Interest

8. Irish Pub Cheese Recipe


Irish Pub Cheese Recipe  Silky smooth and loaded with Irish cheddar and beer flavor. This Pub Cheese Recipe makes a fabulous snack for Saint Patrick’s Day.

From: A Spicy Perspective

9. Guinness Shepard’s Pie


This delicious Irish food recipe is easy to make with readily-available ingredients. The twist on this Shepherd’s Pie is the addition of Irish Guinness beer!

From: Confetti & Bliss

10. Pot of Gold Irish Potato Soup


This is a beautifully textured soup served in a festive St. Patrick’s Day fashion. It’s a cheesy, buttery mix with wonderfully roasted and blended potatoes.

From: Home is Where the Boat Is

11. Irish Pub Salad


For St. Patrick’s Day, enjoy this BEST Irish Pub salad recipe is a crunchy salad with hard cooked eggs and cheese, with tarragon dressing.

From: Reluctant Entertainment

12. Foley’s Irish Pub’s Shepard’s Pie


Before you hit up your favorite Irish tavern, try this traditional Irish recipe for shepherd’s pie. It goes great with green beer too.

From: Moonshine Ink

13. Irish Chicken, Leak, & Mushroom Pie


Although this savory pie with its roots in Irish cookery is quite filling and satisfying, it’s at the same time light. If you like leeks, mushrooms, potatoes, and chicken, then you are going to really like this Chicken, Leek, and Mushroom Pie!

From: Lana’s Cooking

14. Shepard’s Pie


Shepherd’s Pie is the sort of food that brings a smile to everyone’s face! That saucy, deeply flavourful filling, that creamy potato topping, and that awesome golden cheese crust.

From: Recipetineats

15. Irish Pub Pasties


For those of you not familiar with this yummy little treat, a pasty is a hand-held pie filled with savory meat or vegetables & spices. The traditional pub version is usually dipped in batter, then deep fried. My home version uses ready-made rolled pie crusts which makes them super easy (and a lot less messy!)

From: Living Well Spending Less

16. Easy Irish Soda Bread


Our family looks forward to enjoying our Irish Soda Bread with our St. Patrick’s Day meal each year. It’s so good that I may start making it all the time!

From: Blessed Beyond a Doubt

17. Pressure Cooker Irish Stew


Pressure cooker Irish stew is an adaptation of a classic recipe with lamb, potatoes, carrots and herbs. It’s gluten free, and whole30.

From: Noshtastic

18. Sugar-Free Irish Cream Creme Brulee


Irish Cream Creme Brulee Made with homemade sugar free Irish cream liqueur. A classic French recipe with an Irish twist to tantalize your taste buds.

From: The Foodie Affair

19. Classic Cornish Pastries


The Classic Cornish pasty recipe is Shortcrust pastry encasing a mixture of chopped beef and potato and swede folded over to the side to form a half moon or D shape and having no less than 17 and no more than 21 crimps.

From: Bron Marshall

20. Steak and Ale Soup with Mushrooms


For a steak and ale soup with mushrooms to develop into a rich, comforting and nourishing meal, it must undergo a transformation where the raw ingredients, under certain processes, are changed into what will ultimately become a flavorful and warming soup.

From: The Cozy Apron

21. Boxty with Bangers in a Guinness Mushroom & Onion Gravy


Irish style potato pancakes stuffed with sausage in a tasty Guinness mushroom and onion sauce! While planning your St Patrick’s Day menu don’t forget about breakfast! Start St Patrick’s Day off right with some boxty, an Irish style potato pancakes!

From: Closet Cooking

22. Dublin Coddle


I know many of you will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with corned beef and cabbage, and no offense to you guys (I mean, I love corned beef and cabbage, too), but this Dublin coddle is what you should be having instead.

From: Wolefully

23. Traditional Irish Potato Boxty


Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and put a smile on your face and a jig in your step with Traditional Irish Potato Boxty or potato cakes!

From: Grits and Pinecones

24. Irish Cast Iron Skillet Corned Beef Colcannon Casserole


Top o’ the mornin’ to ya! My Scotch-Irish, green eyes were really smiling over this Corned Beef Colcannon Casserole for many wonderful, and surprising reasons!

From: Wild Flours Kitchen

25. Irish Banger Skillet


Have you ever had Colcannon? It’s a typical Irish dish of mashed potatoes and kale or cabbage, combined into a stick-to-your-ribs side dish. Some versions add ham, some bacon and virtually all of them require multiple pots, pans and casserole dishes.

From: Garlic & Zest

26. Irish Colcannon Mac & Cheese


This one here is a fancy mac and cheese recipe. I couldn’t do a simple everyday take on it. Where’s the fun in that? Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish that is most commonly made with mashed potatoes, cabbage or kale, scallions and of course bacon.

From: The Candid Appetite


27. Potatoes O’Brien


Many restaurants serve this easy dish at breakfast alongside eggs and sausage or bacon, but we think Potatoes O’Brien is just as delicious served at dinnertime with any favorite entrée!

From: A Family Feast

28. Irish Deviled Eggs


This Irish Deviled Eggs recipe is a St. Patrick’s Day appetizer recipe that’s a fun twist on the classic corned beef and cabbage.

From: Home Made Interest

29. Reuben-Topped Irish Nachos


Our version of Irish Nachos gets even more full-on Irish-y … they’re topped with the ever-popular flavors of a reuben sandwich! Easy to make and seriously delicious (with healthy tweaks all along the way)! A fun appetizer everyone will love!

From: Two Healthy Kitchens

30. Irish Colcannon Potatoes


In my version of classic Irish Colcannon Potatoes I’ve combined creamy red-skinned potatoes with sautéed sweet green cabbage, and tossed in some smoky crumbled bacon and a sprinkling of green onion.

From: Valerie’s Kitchen

31. Bangers & Mash


The sausages are juicy and the potatoes are buttery and creamy. This will be great on St. Patrick’s Day … or any day really.

From: Just a Pinch Recipe Club

32. Chocolate Irish Cream Filled Donuts


I mean a donut filled with Irish Cream filling and then topped with Irish Cream Chocolate Ganache. Like, whoa I think the Irish would love me! I’m pretty sure these would make my “came over on a boat to Ellis Island at 18” great-grandmother proud!

From: Half Baked Harvest


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