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Great St. Paddy’s Day Dishes That Aren’t Corned Beef and Cabbage

Great St. Paddy’s Day Dishes That Aren’t Corned Beef and Cabbage


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Corned beef and cabbage isn’t the only thing you should be making on March 17

Great St. Paddy’s Day Dishes That Aren’t Corned Beef and Cabbage

Champ

Champ is a traditional Irish mashed potato dish related to colcannon, but made with scallions (or chives or onions, as in this case) instead of kale or cabbage, with a heathy amount of butter and milk added. This version enriches the dish with Irish bacon.

Guinness Beef Stew

This Guinness beef stew recipe comes from the Black Rose, an iconic Irish pub in Boston.

Irish Potato Candies

Jane Bruce

Irish potato candies don’t actually contain potatoes; these sweet treats were created by Irish immigrants in Philadelphia to mimic the appearance of potatoes and are a popular St Paddy’s Day treat in the area.

Irish Stout Lamb Loin with Colcannon

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Colcannon is an Irish mashed potato dish made with kale or cabbage. Serve colcannon with lamb loin in an Irish stout glaze for the full Irish effect.

Leprechaun Punch

Though not a traditional St. Patrick’s Day dish, this simple green float is the perfect party punch.

Lucky Charms Anything

Get the kids involved with the St. Paddy’s Day celebrations with these fun Lucky Charm desserts.

Shepherd's Pie

Purists insist that the name of this dish suggests that it has to be made with lamb, but you can also use beef to make this flavorful, beer-enhanced shepherd’s pie.

Slow-Cooker Irish Oatmeal

Thyme-Herbed Soda Bread

Light and crumbly soda bread is an Irish staple. Make your soda bread slightly savory by using nutty whole-wheat flour and some fresh thyme.