This Irish Soda Bread is a quick bread that does not require any yeast. Instead, all of its leavening comes from baking soda and buttermilk.
Sweet and spiked with liqueur, you can offer Irish coffee in place of traditional dessert.
Rich, hearty and oh-so good.
This recipe is an updated version of an old favourite cake dating back to the 1960s. Store in the fridge, well-sealed, then cut while it’s cold: it soon comes to room temperature. Note
Perfect for entertaining.
Made from buttery mashed potatoes with either shredded cabbage or kale, colcannon is a classic Irish dish.
Delicious and simple! Boxty is a traditional Irish pancake, made of mashed and grated potato.
Slow down and say shank you very much.
Rich, nourishing and completely delicious.
We used Baileys Irish Cream, a liqueur made of blended cream, Irish whiskey and Irish spirits. Don’t over-beat the chocolate and liqueur mixture as it will curdle. Note
We used ling in this recipe, but any firm white fish fillet will be fine. Note
Comfort in a dish!