Vanilla Crème Brûlée with Poached Irish Apple Compote

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

A French classic, and a really creamy and delicious way to end a meal. In the restaurant we like to vary the flavours by using coconut milk, passion fruit or Coole Swan Liqueur. I have my dear friend Léa Linster to thank for this recipe. I normally use a blowtorch, but alternatively place the brulées under a hot grill, watch them like a hawk because they burn very easily. When glazed, they should be a nice mahogany brown colour.

Irish Whiskey Chocolate Fondant

From: The Afternoon Show

Good quality chocolate makes all the difference in this rich fondant.

Strawberry and carrigeen mousse with mead

From: The Afternoon Show

A tasty dessert made with all Irish ingredients.

Baileys Mint Ice Cream

From: The Afternoon Show

A tasty all-Irish desert!

Ham, Irish cheese and pickled shallots

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

A lovely, rustic and Irish after-meal accompaniment

Chocolate Truffle Caramel Cake

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

Cadburys have been making chocolate in Ireland since 1932 and many of their products are made exclusively in Ireland for the Irish consumer. It is the only large scale chocolate maker to use fresh milk, hence the name of its most popular bar, Dairy Milk. All of the milk comes from Kerry and Cork where it goes to make chocolate 'crumb', the base ingredient for the bars.

Irish Barmbrack

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

Barmbrack is a traditional Irish fruit cake, which I used to get in my school lunchbox around Halloween every year. Traditionally, a ring is baked into the cake, and there would be great excitement every year as to who would get the slice with the ring in it. I always like to think it was Barmbrack that inspired the writers of Father Ted to come up with the episode where Mrs. Doyle bakes a jumper into a cake! This recipe makes a really beautiful, moist loaf, packed with flavour from the mixed spice and dried fruit, which has sat overnight in cold tea and whiskey to soak up all the goodness.

Irish coffee cups

From: Rachel Allen's Cake Diaries

A wonderful recipe from Rachel Allen to top off a dinner party or meal for two

White Chocolate Shamrock Brownie Lollipops

A fun baking idea for St. Patrick's Day

Monica's Apple Caramel Sponge

My mom has been making this recipe for as long as I can remember. First, you bake the appley, cinnamony sponge, then you pour the steaming, rich caramel sauce over and allow it to sink in. Heaven with cream or custard. There are 140 varieties of apples that are native to Ireland with wonderful names like 'Cavan Rose' and 'Irish Molly'. Any eating or cooking apple will work, so have fun experimenting with different types, not the same old same old!




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