Authentic Irish recipes for your St. Patrick’s Day menu

There’s no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than with a traditional Irish meal. Irish cuisine ranges from comforting meat and vegetable dishes to decadent desserts and truly has something for everyone. For an authentic Irish recipe to satisfy any palate, head over to TikTok for inspiration. Whether you’re hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party or simply interested in trying out Irish food, TikTok is sure to have a recipe for you. Here are five deliciously authentic Irish food recipes for your St. Patrick’s Day menu.

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1. Slow cooker corned beef and cabbage

This slow cooker corned beef and cabbage dish is so cozy. To make it, add whole garlic cloves, chopped carrots, celery, onions, corned beef brisket and spices to your slow cooker. Then cover with two cups of water, beef bouillon cubes and a bottle of Guinness beer. Cook on high for seven hours. Then add potatoes and cook for another hour and a half. Next, add cabbage and cook for another 30 minutes. Serve the corned beef and cabbage with horseradish sauce and mustard.

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two. Boxty Potato Pancakes

These crispy potato pancakes can be served as a snack or paired with eggs for a tasty breakfast. Combine cooked mashed potatoes (TikToker @liliforberg4 uses store-bought) in a bowl with one grated potato, one egg, flour, milk, salt and pepper. Form the mixture into pancake shapes, and fry them in butter until they turn golden brown. Serve them on their own or with fried eggs and spinach.

3. shepherd’s foot

Shepherd’s pie is such a hearty, comforting dish. To make it, sauté onions, garlic, carrots, celery and ground beef in a pan. When the beef browns, add a bottle of Guinness beer, flour, tomato paste, beef broth, fresh herbs, salt and pepper, Worcestershire sauce and frozen peas. Cook the mixture until it begins to thicken and, meanwhile, boil potatoes in a separate pot. Mash the potatoes with butter, milk, cheese and spices. Then assemble everything in a baking dish, pouring the beef mixture in first, then topping with the mashed potatoes. Bake the shepherd’s pie in the oven until golden brown and enjoy.

Four. Irish vegetable soup

For a St. Patrick’s Day side dish that’s sure to satisfy, try this Irish vegetable soup. To make it, cook onions, leeks and potatoes in a pot with butter and olive oil. When the potatoes begin to soften, add carrots, parsnips and celery to the pot with some vegetable stock. When the vegetables have cooked through, use an immersion blender to blend them up. Then mix in peas and heavy cream. Serve with a garnish of parsley.

5. irish apple cake

This Irish apple cake is the perfect St. Patrick’s Day dessert! Start by mixing sugar and butter in a bowl. Then add eggs and vanilla, and mix until creamy. Next, add salt, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and flour. Then fold in apples and pecans, and transfer the mixture to a baking dish. Bake the cake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 minutes. then remove the cake from the baking dish, and let it cool completely before enjoying.

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