St Patrick’s Day Recipes

Bust out your shamrocks and don your greenest sweater because St. Patrick’s Day is here! Whether you’re enjoying a St. Paddy’s parade or hitting the pub, it helps to be well fueled for the revelry ahead. In this list, we’ve pulled together our six favorite St. Patrick’s Day recipes to keep everyone sated, from dinner to dessert. 

1) Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread

The first versions of soda bread were originally enjoyed by Native Americans with the use of a natural soda known as pearl ash. The Irish created their own variation around 1840 after the invention of bicarbonate soda. The magic in this bread lies in the chemical reaction between the baking soda and the acidity in the buttermilk which creates little bubbles of carbon dioxide gas, ultimately giving the bread its characteristic rise and flavor. 

2) Corned Beef and Cabbage

Corned beef is typically made by salt-curing a brisket. The name ‘corned’ comes from the larger corn-shaped pieces of salt used in the curing process. Brisket, a tougher cut of beef, benefits from a long cooking time, making this slow cooked version an excellent rendition of the Irish classic. 

3) Shepherd’s Pie

This classic dish is ideal for making in Suvie because you can make the beef filling and mashed potato topping at the same time. Simply slow cook the filling in your Suvie and prepare the potatoes in the Suvie Starch Cooker. Mash the boiled potatoes with butter and half and half, spread on top of the filling, and broil to finish. 

4) Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

This recipe is a true MVP when it comes to feeding a crowd thanks to budget-friendly ingredients and large portion sizes. We used lean ground turkey as the foundation for the filling, and gave it a flavor boost with some bacon. Add a pint of Guinness for a filling and flavorful meal. 

5) Red Wine and Butter Beef Pot Roast

Having trouble tracking down corned beef? This delicious pot roast utilizes many of the same ingredients in a thicker, richer stew. The beef is nestled in a bed of vegetables and topped with a rich, wine-laced braising liquid before slow cooking. Baby potatoes are the classic accompaniment to this traditional dish.

6) Chocolate Stout Cake

Food and drink are essential for making holidays like St. Patrick’s Day truly celebratory. Some people celebrate these moments with a sweet treat or a drink. Some of us celebrate with both! If you’re like us, then this recipe is the best of both worlds. This decadent chocolate cake is infused with rich stout and topped with tangy cream cheese frosting.

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