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    Posting this per a request. I've said it once and I'll say it again there is nothing Irish about Corned Beef and Cabbage, but Shepherd's Pie has always been and still is a staple of traditional Irish cooking. This is a really easy, but tasty recipe that the whole family will enjoy. It's nutritionally sound with all the major food groups represented. The British use lamb in their Shepherd's Pie, but we've always used beef. Do whatever you prefer or even try turkey if you're watching fat content. This sauce is lovely and rich and should go well with any meat. You can use fresh or leftover mashed potato. I usually use 3 tbsp of ketchup instead of the 2tbsp of tomato paste as I like the hint of sweetness, but traditionally the paste would be more sound! You can also make individual pies which are always a hit with the kids. This freezes beautifully too, so make two and save one! Just let it defrost and glaze with the egg and pop into the oven as directed. Enjoy! :)

    Recipe #302120

    This is a really simple recipe I came up with last night during a cabbage crisis! Absolutely delicious, even my husband who thinks he hates cabbage enjoyed this!

    Recipe #267128

    I know the title sounds a little pretentious, but these seriously are amazing. I've had many self-proclaimed Brussels sprout haters do a complete u-turn with this recipe. The best part is that it is so quick and just uses the microwave, so for big dinners where the oven is in use, this makes a great side!

    Recipe #265188

    There are so many Irish soda bread recipes on the internet, many of them American not Irish at all. This is the standard loaf brown soda bread used all over Ireland. It is to us what the Tollhouse Chocolate Chip cookie recipe is to Americans! It's on the back of our national flour brand, Odlums. Think King Arthur. You can't go wrong with this recipe.

    Recipe #257816

    So many weird soda bread recipes out there. Rest assured that this one is the standard REAL one from Ireland. It is posted on the back of our equivalent of King Arthur flour, Odlums. You can add a handful of sultanas (golden raisins) for a fruit version. Simple, tried, tested and true.

    Recipe #257720

    When I was pregnant with my second child, I had just moved back to Ireland. I had a terrible craving for those biscuits you get at Red Lobster, but considering my closest one was probably on the coast of Maine, I had no choice but to make my own or suffer! I came up with this recipe, and I think they are divine, as does anyone else who tries them. I think they might even be better than the Red Lobster ones! You can substitute regular onion for the scallions if you prefer.

    Recipe #245924

    This is a really quick and easy snack. It is inspired from a recipe in Rosemary Conley's magazine, but I've changed a good few things that I think really enhance the flavours without adding any calories. These are very healthy if you are on WW or a low GI program. They are great as a healthy lunch or as a side for a cookout. I calculated calories at a mere 84 per tomato, with 2g fat, 14g carbs, 4g protein and 2g fibre but not sure what recipezaar will come up with.

    Recipe #245921

    This is a fabulous recipe that can be made as an appetizer, hors d'ouevre or even a main course. Kids absolutely adore these and they get a lot of goodness in them.

    Recipe #245922

    This is such a wonderful breakfast. It's sweet and comforting, yet packed with protein to give the kids a good start to the day. Super easy to make. You can even make the batter the night before and throw it in the oven the next morning. For a variation, omit the vanilla bean and add a chopped Granny Smith apple.

    Recipe #243997


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