From traditional hearty beef stew and corned beef and cabbage to original takes on classic dishes like Dublin coddle and colcannon, this list ensures you won’t be hungry this St. Patrick’s Day. Looking for something sweet? There are plenty of Irish cream desserts. And if you’ve had a few too many green beers, there’s also some perfect pub food to soak up all that alcohol.
If you can’t decide between a dessert or a drink at the end of your Irish feast, Munchies and Munchkins‘ salted caramel and fudge pie conveniently serves as both. This indulgent dessert is chocolatey, creamy, and perfectly boozy.
For the Baileys Salted Caramel and Fudge Cream Pie recipe, click here.
Straight from the pub and into your kitchen, these homemade sausages may seem intimidating, but Mission: Food says otherwise. “Considering that all components of the dish are completely homemade, the bangers and mash are actually really simple and straightforward to prepare. The bangers are infused with garlic, red wine, herbs, and spices and simply shaped into sausage-shaped logs,” they write.
For the Bangers and Mash recipe, click here.
Craving some milky, delicious Irish cream but are totally out of Baileys? Souflee Bombay has you covered with this copycat recipe. This liqueur has just six ingredients that you most likely have on hand, so there’s no need to rush to the grocery store.
For the Better than Baileys Homemade Irish Cream recipe, click here.
We’re not sure if there’s any dish more Irish than corned beef and cabbage. Salty, hearty, and satisfying, Feed Your Soul Too’s traditional corned beef and cabbage is comforting and delicious.
For the Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe, click here.
If you’ve had a few Guinnesses and need something to soak up all that stout, This Is How I Cook’s potato chip “nachos” will definitely do the trick. Perfectly melted Cheddar cheese, corned beef, sauerkraut, and just a touch of spice? Yeah, no need to share this dish.
For the Irish Cheesy "Nacho" Potato Chips With Corned Beef recipe, click here.
OK, this dish isn’t actually Irish (or potato) but a regional dish of Philadelphia. But it looks just like the real thing, so we’ll give it a pass. According to Coley Cooks, “These creamy coconutty candies are formed into little balls and rolled in cinnamon to mimic the appearance of the real thing.”
No Irish recipe would be complete without this classic dish, courtesy of Homemaker’s Habitat. Hearty, boldly flavored, and wonderfully Irish, this stew is the definition of comfort food.
For the Slow Cooker Guinness Beef Stew recipe, click here.
Put your leftover mashed potatoes to good use with this recipe from The Hungary Buddha. Curious about the name? She explains: “Popular throughout England and Ireland, the dish gets its moniker by the supposed bubbling and squeaking sounds it makes when cooked.”
For the Smoked Salmon Bubble & Squeak recipe, click here.