St Patrick's Day recipes

    Everyone's a little bit Irish on St Patrick's Day, so why not mix and match a few of our favourite Irish recipes and raise your Guinness to all things green.

    Irish stew

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    Irish stew
    Guinness & honey-glazed pork
    Loin of bacon with colcannon
    Smoked wild Irish salmon with chive pancakes

    ColcannonIrish people are famous for their love of - and creative ways of cooking - the humble spud. Mashed potatoes get something of a makeover with Kevin Dundon's classic, creamy comfort dish Colcannon.

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    Smoked haddock & colcannon
    Sheridan's cream sticky pudding
    Irish soda bread
    Black velvet



    Apple pieThis special Irish apple tart is based on the apple pie that chef Richard Corrigan's mother used to make every St Patrick's Day.

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    Dill & poppy seed soda bread
    Parsnip, potato & St Gall cheese gratin
    Daube of pork



    Sheridan's cream sticky puddingPlunge your spoon into Sheridan's cream sticky pudding for an indulgent sweet St Patrick's Day treat.

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    Grilled salmon with curly kale
    Prawn & fennel cocktail
    Darina Allen's winter leek & potato soup


    Guinness-glazed pork loinKevin Dundon finds a creative way to use Ireland's best-known drink with his Guinness-glazed pork loin.





    For even more ideas, check out our St Patrick's Day recipe collection.

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