Looking for Irish recipes to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? I have 50 Irish Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day to transport your taste-buds to Ireland!
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. That’s why I have 50 Irish Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day both sweet and savory! Over the years this recipe round-up has become a Pinterest favorite. I have broken up the recipes by breakfast, appetizers, drinks, side dishes, main dishes and desserts. You are sure to find something you can indulge on come St. Patrick’s day (or any other day of the year that you are craving Irish food)!
I’m not Irish, but I love the food. Whenever its cold out I crave a piping hot shepherds pie. Ironically, I feel like we eat the most Irish food when we go up north. Somehow we always manage to find ourselves at an Irish pub. That is what has inspired a lot of my Irish recipes here on Katie’s Cucina.
- Tips and Tricks
- Irish Breakfast Recipes
- St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Charms Pancakes
- Spinach Pancakes – Naturally Green Pancakes with NO Food Coloring
- Corned Beef Hash and Eggs
- Full Irish Breakfast Recipe – Happy Foods Tube
- Irish Breakfast Wrap
- Leftover Corned Beef Breakfast Sandwiches
- Sweet Potato Corned Beef Hash
- Bubble & Squeak (Low Carb, THM S)
- Irish Appetizers
- Sweet Potato Irish Fries
- “Paddy Pockets” – Filled Shamrock Hand Pies! – The Kitchen Prep Blog
- Irish Cheese and Bacon Popcorn
- Irish Nachos recipe: with potatoes, bacon and guacamole
- Irish Pub Cheese Recipe
- Hot Reuben Dip Recipe
- Irish Potato Bites
- Irish Boxty Potato Pancakes – A Spicy Perspective
- Irish Drink Recipes
- Guinness Float
- Copycat Shamrock Shake Recipe
- Irish Coffee Shooters (Hot or Iced) – Marla Meridith
- Nutella Irish Cream Milkshake
- Irish Cream White Russian Cocktail Recipe
- Homemade Irish Cream Recipe (Made a Bit Lighter)
- Irish Martini Recipe | Diethood
- Irish Side Dish Recipes
- Corned Beef and Brussel Sprouts
- Irish Leek and Potato Soup
- Creamy Cabbage & Potato Soup – The Kitchen Prep Blog
- Colcannon (Irish Mashed Potatoes with Kale and Butter)
- Homemade Russian Sauce
- Beer Bread
- Irish Stout Onion Soup – French Onion Soup with Irish Stout
- Irish Soda Bread
- Baked Potato Soup
- Cheddar Cheese Bread Recipe
- Irish Main Dish Recipes
- Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage
- Reuben Panini
- Shepherd’s Pie
- Our family favorite Grandpa’s Irish Stew (Macaroni Goulash)
- Stovetop Corned Beef
- Vegan Irish Stew
- Skillet Turkey-Bacon Shepherds Pie
- One Pot Irish Whiskey Glazed Salmon Recipe
- Dublin Coddle Recipe | Traditional Irish Winter Stew Recipe
- Irish Beef Stew Recipe
- Dessert for St Patricks Day
- Lucky Charms Cereal Bars
- Dark Chocolate Guinness Cake with Bailey’s Buttercream
- How to Make a Rainbow Bundt Cake – The Little Kitchen
- Lucky Charms Snack Mix
- No Bake Shamrock Freezer Pie
- Guinness Brownies with Guinness Frosting – WellPlated.com
- Lucky Charms Snack Mix
- Chocolate Baileys Mug Cake
- Bailey’s Chocolate Cheesecake | Gimme Some Oven
- Bailey’s Irish Cream Cake
Explore the common ingredients like potatoes, cabbage, beef, lamb, oats, and various dairy products like butter and cheese that form the foundation of Irish cuisine.
Discover how traditional Irish recipes can be adapted to cater to vegetarian or vegan diets, with substitutions and creative twists on classic dishes.
Learn alternative methods for making Irish soda bread without buttermilk, including using a combination of milk and vinegar or lemon juice, or substituting with yogurt or sour cream.
Understand the distinctions between these two iconic Irish dishes, including their ingredients, preparation methods, and regional variations.
Explore tips for meal prepping and make-ahead options for Irish recipes, ensuring you can enjoy the flavors of Ireland without last-minute stress.
St. Patrick’s day is always on March 17th.
Tips and Tricks
If you are new to cooking Irish food I have a few tips and tricks to guide you along the way!
- Embrace the versatility of potatoes – Potatoes are a staple in Irish cuisine, so experiment with different varieties and cooking methods to add depth and flavor to your dishes, whether mashed, roasted, or in a hearty stew.
- Use Guinness beer for depth of flavor – Incorporate Guinness stout into recipes like stews, pies, and even desserts to add a rich, malty flavor that enhances the dish’s complexity.
- Master the art of Irish soda bread – Achieve the perfect texture and flavor in your Irish soda bread by handling the dough gently and not overmixing, and remember to slash the dough before baking for that iconic cross shape.
- Explore regional variations – Ireland’s different regions offer unique culinary traditions, so don’t hesitate to explore recipes from various parts of the country to experience the full breadth of Irish cuisine.
- Pair with Irish beverages – Complement your Irish dishes with authentic beverages like Irish whiskey, stout, or cider, enhancing the overall dining experience with complementary flavors and aromas.
Irish Breakfast Recipes
If you want to kick off your St. Patrick’s Day with breakfast, you will love my Irish Breakfast Recipes. My kids love my St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Charms Pancakes and my husband loves my Sweet Potato Corned Beef Hash recipe.
Irish Drink Recipes
If you want to wet your whistle try one of these Irish Drink Recipes that are sure to put you in the mood to try and find that pot o’gold!
Irish Side Dish Recipes
Irish Main Dish Recipes
There is more to Irish food then just corned beef and cabbage. I mean I do have a stovetop, slow cooker, and Instant Pot version. However, I also love my Shepherd’s Pie recipe and my Reuben Panini is a great way to use up leftovers!
Dessert for St Patricks Day
Now, that you have read through 50 Irish Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s time to figure out what recipe you want to make first to fulfill your Irish food cravings!
If you make any of these recipes, I would be honored and love for you to take the time to leave a comment! I spend hours putting together these recipes round-ups and, and always love to hear feedback and user experience!