On St. Patrick’s Day everyone is a little Irish. Traditionally this day is celebrated with a feast commemorating the death of Saint Patrick — a feast that continues to this day all around the world! Common foods served with a room-temperature Guinness include Irish soda bread, shepherd’s pie and the ever-popular corned beef and cabbage.
But, like they say in Gaelic, “Is iomaí slí muc a mharú seachas a thachtadh le h-im,” meaning “there’s more than one way to do something!” So to mix it up this March, here are 10 off-the-wall recipes for corned beef and cabbage you should try.
Basically synonymous with Irish cuisine and St. Patrick’s Day — this simple yet flavorful dish requires only a few basic ingredients to get everyone in the spirit.
Think the perfect burger doesn’t exist? Think again. Kari Karch has even paired her mouth-watering corned beef burger with a delicious, simple Guinness milkshake.
They say March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. When it’s feeling like a lion, warm up with a bowl of this hearty twist on the classic dish!
St. Patrick’s Day, meet Taco Tuesday…a taco any leprechaun would want to steal, complete with a Guinness dipping sauce!
A potato is a potato is a potato, right? Wrong! These potachos are so finger-lickin’ good they’ll leave you asking a friend to hold your green Guinness while you do a happy jig!
Did you push the green beer thing a little too far on St. Patty’s Day? Here’s a hearty breakfast of melty cheese, hash patties and a soft-boiled egg — great hangover food.
Change up your plain grilled cheese go-to by adding some hearty corned beef, a perfectly poached egg and melty Vermont white cheddar cheese.
Any size pizza is a personal pizza if you believe in yourself! And you will believe in yourself once you bite into this gooey, meaty, Irish and Italian love child.
Puff pastry is a beautiful thing. Light, flakey and buttery — it’s the perfect vessel for corned beef and cabbage!
What an egg-cellent start to the morning! Chop, slice and dice all the ingredients, and then toss them into a casserole dish. Easy as that — now where are the mimosas?
How do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
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