This one can be made in either way, depending on which liqueur you use first. The taste will be the same, but the looks slightly different. The first two liqueurs can be switched to make an IRISH SUNRISE.
A twist on the shepherds pie. AHHHHHHHHH Sweet Comfort food! This is made with sweet potatoes and ground turkey and a good hint of curry!Good to make with your leftover Thanksgiving sweet potatoes and turkey. You can even put a layer of stuffing in, top with some pecans.....
A wonderful comforting Irish dish. This is good for those of you that are fasting not eating red meat during lent. Try it with shrimp in place of scallops.I made this again using bay scallops because that's all the store had and I enjoy the sea scallops so much more.
Comfort food with mushrooms, onions, carrots, celery, potatoes, and lots of LOVE!
I did make this in a deep pie dish. If you don't have one use a regular one but place a cookie sheet under to catch any drippings while baking.
A Hearty Seafood, Irish Dish. Comfort food. An good, easy one dish meal.Try garlic mashed potatoes or my Mashed potatoes and cauliflower with roasted garlic I make this so to disguise cauliflower. recipe #47281
I found this in with my grandmothers recipes. (Memories)A good drink to serve on St Patty's Day!Stick a straw and enjoy a minty milkshake! Try also using mint chocolate, chocolate ice cream! Blend in your favorite cookie!
I myself love Guinness a Stout that's a very dark, almost black full-bodied beer!Nothing like it! But for this you'll need a lighter beer like an IRISH AMBER, Irish Red Ale, or a Golden Irish Lager Style BeerPint Glasses (16 oz). I make this for fun on St. Patty's Day. For the kids use a clear juice with coloring. This is a great way to get people interested in culture! Bring them in and the teach them.
A great side dish or a meal on its own. This is a Polish/Hungarian dish. Can use bacon but I cut back on that to make it meatless. Also can garnish with poppy seeds. Adding peas for color and nutrition. Bacon is a yummy addition for those that eat meat. Just brown drain most of the fat then add butter and oil and brown onions. Be sure to give the onions a nice brown color using a med high heat.
I had bought a large jar of cherries to make my Three Not So Blind Mice recipe #47819 , So with the left overs I soaked them and they disappeared!!! Also the left over Rum that soaked the Cherries can be used in a drink of your choice or try it in my Cranberry, Apple Spiced Tea #48626
Found this on line by Ken Pappenheim This came in First prize in the dessert category in the 2000 Guinness Cook-off at his local Pub. And for all of you that know me I did tweak it just a bit. Top it with this Recipe #86695 if your want to really bring it up a notch!
You can replace 1/2 cup of flour with Irish steel cut oats. I just spun them in the food processor with the sifted ingredients. Better for your heart!
A great way to dress up corned beef or any other meat with lots of flavor! I put this on left over corned beef to give it a different taste(much better then just boiled). Try brushing on grilled meats Chicken,pork chops,even fish!