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This flavorful variation on the traditional Irish dish uses mashed butternut squash in place of mashed potatoes and sweet Italian sausage instead of ground beef. If you prefer to keep your shepherd's pie traditional, check out another recipe below.
Loosely inspired by the Irish dish called champ, this creamy potato dish incorporates spring onions, cream cheese, butter, and milk. We added cooked ham and Dijon-style mustard to amp up the flavors in this comforting dish.
Beef tips, new potatoes, carrots, green onions, and thyme cook together in this hearty and warming dinner stew. While this recipe makes just four servings, it can easily be doubled to serve a larger St. Patrick's Day crowd.
While not traditionally Irish, this bowl of assorted greens (we used collard, kale, mustard, beet, and turnip) is sure to bring you a bit of luck on St. Patrick's Day.
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An Americanized take on traditional Irish corned beef, this one-pot meal requires just 10 minutes of prep time.
This easy-to-make potato soup isn't anything ordinary, thanks to a bit of paprika, curry powder, and chopped ham. For a vegetarian version, replace the ham with cooked cannellini beans.
Traditionally, Irish soda bread was made from just flour, buttermilk, baking soda, and salt. Our recipe adds a bit of sugar, dried currants, golden raisins, and caraway seeds for flavor.
Tender chunks of lamb, simmered in a rich broth with turnips, potatoes, carrots, and onions, make this classic Irish stew nice and hearty.
Keep your side dishes festive with little touches of green, like the snipped fresh sage that tops these potato rolls.
We used the widespread Irish garden crop in this flavorful egg dish. Enjoy it topped with halved cherry tomatoes, green onions, and snipped fresh parsley.
Green up your St. Patrick's Day meal with seasonal veggies, such as asparagus, green onion, and yellow squash. This simple flatbread makes 12 appetizer servings -- great for a medium-size party crowd.
Include the Irish cook's staple -- potatoes -- as a side dish for your St. Patrick's Day feast with this mashed potato recipe. Flavor it with butter, salt, and ground pepper, and add chopped green onions or chives for a festive garnish.
Tender chunks of lamb with peas and carrots form the base of this traditional Irish meal. Top each serving with a heaping spoonful of creamy mashed potatoes and cheese for a hearty dinner dish.