Irish Stew

A hearty traditional Irish favourite which, when cooked well, always goes down a treat.

Irish Stew with Lamb Shank

Irish Stew with Lamb Shank

Rack of Wicklow Mountain Lamb

From: Heat

Delicious when marinated with rosemary and thyme, coated with a light parsley crust and served with colcannon potato

Grilled lamb chops with wild garlic pesto

From: Martin & Paul's Surf 'n' Turf

A contendor for Paul Flynn on RTÉ's 'Surf n' Turf'

Beef and Guinness Casserole

From: Catherine's Family Kitchen

Catherine's weekend dinner recipe, use with the best of Irish ingredients.

Winter Vegetable Crumble

From: The Afternoon Show

A delicious Irish dish made with typical ingredients from the abundance of local produce at our fingertips.

Chicken Pot

From: Four Live

This recipe is made from all Irish ingredients including Green Saffron Spices and Glenilen Farm butter

Irish shepherdless Pie

From: Four Live

The Happy Pear's version of this traditional classic, using all Irish ingredients!

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!

Seafood Chowder Pies

Ireland is very fortunate to have such an abundance of fresh seafood - so important as part of a varied and healthy diet. I love to experiment with new recipes, but I still come back to old favourites like fish chowder. I fell in love with seafood chowder on a wet October weekend in Doolin when I moved to Ireland many years ago. I use this basic mixture in several different ways - delish over a baked potato too!




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