More St. Patrick’s Day Recipes From Various Blogs
Beef and Guinness Stew
posted by Kristi Kaiser-Minietta http://www.recipegirl.com/2017/03/09/beef-and-guinness-stew/This Beef and Guinness Stew is rich and hearty with fresh vegetables and meat that is fork tender!
What’s in your recipe rotation come this St. Patrick’s Day? Will you be making green Shamrock Cookies, a traditional Irish Stew or Corned Beef and Cabbage, perhaps?
For us, we plan to cozy up around the fire with a bowl of this rich, hearty, full-flavored Beef and Guinness Stew. Pair this with a frothy Guinness and a side of soda bread, and you’ve got your St. Patrick’s Day party right there!
I’m Kristi, the photographer, blogger, writer and cook at Inspiration Kitchen. I love to entertain, inspire and encourage home cooks everywhere, that anyone can cook. Don’t be afraid to take risks in the kitchen!
2. Corned Beef Potato Salad
By Will Cook For Food
Hi there! I’m Lyuba, the cook, photographer and author behind Will Cook For Smiles. Read more HERE
Last week, I made some unbelievably delicious Oven Baked Corned Beef. It only takes three ingredients and a little over two hours in the oven to get some mouthwatering, tender corned beef brisket.
We hit that corned beef brisket pretty hard after I finished taking pictures and then, I realized we needed some potatoes. How can you have corned beef without potatoes, right? Reuben Loaded Roasted Potatoes that I shared a couple of weeks ago just prove that perfect combination is best together.
3. Sweet Irish Soda Bread
By Souffle Bombay
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One recent tweak I made to the recipe was to add in some heavy cream to the dough. I was lucky enough to spend an afternoon with the incredible Darina Allen and she said here in the US (as compared to Ireland) our milk/buttermilk does not have enough fat in it to replicate Irish baking correctly – she said to “always add cream to any type of soda bread”. I love the update to my recipe. Another thing Darina said was to “always let the faeries out” by making a cross or an “x” over top your dough before it heads into the oven. I have always done that – but hearing someone else say it made me really happy!
It doesn’t take much effort to whip up delicious bites that leave an impression. I really think anyone can cook, if they want to. I hope you find a few favorites here that you want to make again and again! Cheers!! – Colleen