Knockdrinna Farmhouse Cheese Soufflés with Pear Salad And Walnuts

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

These make a very elegant cheese course and are quite easy to prepare. You can make these ahead of time and they will puff up again when you place them back in the oven.

Trout En Papillote

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Have separate bowls of steamed green beans and steamed new potatoes to hand around separately.

Butterflied Lamb with Yoghurt and Mint

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Serve with charred, honey mustard-glazed potatoes.

Ham Hock and Pea Soup

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Serve with some crusty bread.

Baked Mussel Risotto with Potatoes

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Test with knife pushed through the layers: it's ready when the potatoes are nearly tender and the rice is still a little 'al dente'.

Brioche Fruit Pudding

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

This little dessert is a wonderful way to use up leftover bread, and in the winter, frozen berries work perfectly as a substitute for the fresh summer fruits.

Tomato, Ricotta and Thyme Tartlets with Summer Salad

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Serve these individual tartlets with the best that the summer has to offer: baby salad leaves, soft herbs such as chives, basil and chervil and lots of beautiful edible flowers.

Dublin Lawyer

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

This is a traditional method of serving lobster which is extremely delicious. If possible make this dish with a raw lobster, that is one which has been killed just before cooking by plunging a sharp instrument into the cross on the head. However, a lightly cooked lobster can be used and will still be extremely good.




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