Irish

Moist Christmas cake

Rich, moist, fruity and fragrant with brandy, this moist Christmas cake is best served with a cup of tea or a mug of good coffee. The fruit mixture can be used as a base for puddings or a filling for mince pies.

Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 28, 2019

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  • Hash browns

    Crispy hash browns make the perfect accompaniment to any breakfast or brunch.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 21, 2019

  • Banoffee pie

    Ah, banoffee pie! The combination of banana, caramel and cream is irresistible in this crowd-pleasing pie.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 14, 2019

  • Beef Wellington

    Beef Wellington, possibly the classic British dish, makes for the ultimate family meal, or an impressive centrepiece for a dinner party or celebration.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 29, 2019

  • Cottage pie

    Transport yourself back to those family dinners with a hearty beef and veg filling and a cheesy mashed potato topping. Cottage pie is the ultimate savoury comfort food, so go on, treat yourself.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 15, 2019

  • Delicious dishes for St Patrick's Day

    Whether you want to celebrate St Patrick's Day like a true Irishman or are going all out with a green-hued feast, these recipes have you covered. There's everything from traditional Irish recipes like soda bread rolls, hearty stews and boxty to gorgeous green soups, surprisingly filling salads and delicious pastas packed with veggies. We even have your easy party food sorted with our zucchini fritters and beef and Guinness pies.

    Now to love|Mar 09, 2017

  • St Patrick's Day dessert ideas

    Celebrate St Paddy's Day in true Irish style with one of our traditional dessert recipes straight from the Emerald Isle! We have everything from Irish coffee and brandy snaps to a gorgeous Guinness fruit cake. Or, if you prefer, deck your table out with all manner of verdant delights from our choc-mint bombes and pina colada cupcakes. We also have adults-only drinks to get your party started as well as an extravagant rainbow of cupcakes with a pot o' gold at the end for the kids.

    Now to love|Mar 07, 2017

  • Traditional Irish recipes

    It may be a bit tricky to pick but trust us when we say that Irish cuisine is comfort food at its very best. With melt-in-your mouth beef and lamb dishes, beautiful breads and rich cakes, you're sure to be in for a warming, hearty and nourishing meal every time. And this wouldn't be an Irish recipe collection without Ireland's most famous brew! Try our Guinness-marinated rump steak or beef and Guinness pies for dinner and then finish off with a traditional Irish coffee for dessert.

    Now to love|Mar 03, 2017

  • Boxty

    Delicious and simple! Boxty is a traditional Irish pancake, made of mashed and grated potato.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 22, 2015

  • Caramel pecan and date pudding

    This delicious pudding mixes a sweet, oozing caramel sauce with crunchy pecans and chewy dates.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Dec 30, 2014

  • Berry jellies with liqueur and mascarpone

    What could taste better together than berries, liqueur and mascarpone? This indulgent jelly is super easy to make and tastes just as good as it sounds.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Oct 29, 2014

  • Barnbrack

    Try this version of the classic Irish fruit loaf. It’s perfect with a cup of tea

    Taste|Jun 30, 2014