Spring Cabbage Wrapped Line Caught Corrib Salmon stuffed with A Field Mushroom Risotto and accompanied by a Galway Oyster and Shallot Won Tons with a Lemon & Sorrell White Butter Sauce
Thin slices of Irish bacon require no added flavor or fat during cooking. They do, however, become even more enticing when sauteed in butter and oil. Serve bacon and oven-roasted potatoes alongside eggs fried in the pan drippings.
The perfect dish to impress friends with. The flavours work magically together. A dish not to be missed!!
When I first moved to Ireland I was baffled and slightly horrified by the coleslaw/ham and coleslaw/cheese combo. In South Africa I'd only ever had coleslaw as a salad with a 'braai' (BBQ). Now I secretly enjoy this mayonnaisey concoction on a crusty roll! A real superfood, cabbage is such an integral part of Irish cuisine that I decided to give coleslaw the ish makeover. Use red cabbage, add another Irish superfood-seaweed- and lots super seeds and sprouted seeds and you have a super slaw. The dressing in this recipe is a lighter, zingier alternative to plain mayonnaise.
Evan Doyle of The Strawberry Tree Restaurant at the BrookLodge Hotel in Macreddin have provided this recipe for one of their tastiest and most simple wild staples from the recently launched 'Wild Food' cookbook, in collaboration with food journalist and writer Biddy White Lennon
From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef
This is our version of eggs Benedict: a poached egg served on brioche with bacon and a butter sauce, which is much lighter than Hollandaise. We also give customers the option of having it with smoked salmon, or with spinach as the vegetarian option.