An Irish inspired recipes round up for any day of the year, including St. Patrick’s day:). And as you may have guessed – the stout is in abundance. When it is not included in the recipe itself, it can become the perfect pairing partner to the dish.
The food itself ranges from very traditional recipes to more creative approaches to Irish food.
Irish Inspired Recipes – Essentials
Guinness Lamb Stew – Craft Beering
Fit for Saint Patrick himself:)
Traditional Irish Soda Bread with Orange Butter – What Should I Make For…
A good Irish soda bread recipe is a must and this one exceeds all expectations. The orange butter is in a class of its own.
Shepherd’s Pie with Lamb and Guinness – Girl Heart Food
Possibly the most recognizable Irish dish. We love this recipe – not just because of the stout:)
Corned Beef and Cabbage – Shock Munch
A classic that does not require hard work and definitely pairs great with a dry Irish stout.
Dublin Coddle – House of Nash Eats
Bacon, bangers, onions and potatoes slowly cooked for hours.
Traditional Irish Potato Boxty – Grits and Pinecones.
Irish pancakes made with grated potatoes. Perfect to enjoy any time of day, with or without a stout.
Irish Inspired Recipes – Creative Spins
Corned Beef, Horseradish Slaw and Dubliner Cheese Panini – Ciao Chow Bambina.
An enticing way to use up any corned beef leftovers. This sandwich is bursting with flavor. And cheese:)
Irish Colcannon Soup – Seasons and Suppers
Inspired by the ingredients in traditional Calcannon, this soup is comforting, yet unusually light.
Stout and Irish Cheddar Meatloaf – Craft Beering.
Our meatloaf oozes delicious juices while sliced. You will need fresh baked soda bread to make sure that not a drop is wasted.
Beer Braised Beef and Vegetable Pot Pie – Seasons and Suppers.
This classy pot pie begs to be eaten straight out of the skillet and accompanied by copious amounts of Irish stout.
Irish Inspired Recipes – Decadent Sweets
Irish Coffee Chocolate Cake Roll – Itsy Bitsy Kitchen.
Festive in appearance, even more so to eat. There is Irish whiskey in both the filling and the frosting of this beautiful cake roll. Shamrock sprinkles optional, but really, would you want to leave them out?
Irish Porter Cake – Craft Beering
A slice of heaven…you can easily have a few.
Irish Chocolate Stout Cake – Sugar, Love, Spices.
Rich, moist and surprisingly light in texture this cake is made with chocolate stout.
Irish Coffee Milkshake with Bailey’s Caramel – Meg is Well
Totally indulgent with a healthy doze of Irish booze in attendance. Who needs Irish car bombs… Grab a straw.
Irish Stout Ice Cream Float with Bailey’s – Craft Beering
Remember to place the ice cream in the glass first and then add the Irish stout and Bailey’s. Less of a mess. Although some mess is encouraged.
Half and Half – Craft Beering
This is how the Irish refer to Black & Tan beer. Find out why.