Recipe Search

Too many search results? Click here to narrow down your search Advanced Search Options
Filter By:

Melchior Mule

From: Today

Touch, toast, sip, savour and….enjoy!

Ballymaloe Spiced Beef

From: A Simply Delicious Christmas

Darina says: "Although spiced beef is traditionally associated with Christmas, in Cork it’s available all year round in the English Market. It may be served hot or cold and is a marvellous standby, because if it is properly spiced and cooked it will keep for 3–4 weeks in the fridge. Butchers often have their own secret recipe. This delicious recipe for spiced beef has been handed down in Myrtle Allen’s family and is the best I know. It includes saltpetre, nowadays regarded as a health hazard, so perhaps you should not live exclusively on it! Certainly people have lived on occasional meals of meats preserved in this way for generations. This recipe makes enough spice to cure five flanks of beef, each 1.8kg (4lb) approx. in size, and can also be used to spice beef tongues."

Mulled Apple Juice (Spice Mixture)

From: Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked

Try adding a good splash of dark rum or replacing the apple juice with cider for a mulled cider.

The Best Ever Irish Coffee

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

I’ve perfected this recipe over time and believe it really is the best ever Irish coffee.

Hot Chocolate

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

Donal Skehan's simple recipe for a festive and warming hot chocolate

Indulgent Eggnog

From: Kevin Dundon's Christmas Made Easy

A festive favourite, Kevin Dundon makes the traditional tipple

The ultimate Powers Irish Coffee

The Powers Irish Coffee is an indulgent drink that makes a wonderful end to any meal.

Swedish Mulled Wine

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

Even kitchen misfits can make this!

Santa Shake

From: The Afternoon Show

A wonderful festive drink.

Mulled wine

From: The Afternoon Show

A seasonal favourite


X
Join

Use your RTE ID to Join

  • Upload your style photos
  • Create and save recipes
  • Review and Comment
  • Have your say
help Whats this?
Don't have an RTE ID? register