Irish Pub Food You Don't Need to Go to Ireland For


Pubs in Ireland are family gathering places. In most towns, they're really the centers of the community. When in Ireland, besides grabbing a pint of Guinness, listening to music, and having great conversation, people go to pubs for their food. Since not everyone can travel to Ireland for a meal, these recipes will bring Ireland to your kitchen.

Bangers and Mash"It is quick and easy to make, is great for...

Bangers and Mash

"It is quick and easy to make, is great for those on a budget and makes a substantial meal too! Big plus is that kids love it! I love it with onion gravy but, I think that any thick gravy will do well. I love to serve it along with fresh green beans, but your favorite veggie will also do!" - Linda

Irish Boxty (Crispy Fried Potato Cakes)"My mother is in LOVE with these...

Irish Boxty (Crispy Fried Potato Cakes)

"My mother is in LOVE with these pancakes! I had to make them (for the third time) for her when I was visiting last week. I had to make her promise not to eat them all in two days." - Terri

Cheddar and Rosemary Irish Soda Bread"A super simple Irish style soda bread...

Cheddar and Rosemary Irish Soda Bread

"A super simple Irish style soda bread with plenty of cheddar cheese and rosemary where you literally just need to mix 6 simple ingredients, form a loaf with the dough and bake it!" - Kevin

An Irish Guinness Beef Stew"This is a handy dinner you can prepare...

An Irish Guinness Beef Stew

"This is a handy dinner you can prepare the night before, especially for us working mothers. When I'm on nights I would have this pre-made for the next day all I have to do is heat and serve. Now coming into the long winter dark evenings this stew will hit the spot for all the family." - Racquel

Potato Wedges"If you’re like us at our house you get in a...

Potato Wedges

"If you’re like us at our house you get in a rut and end up doing the same potatoes over and over again. This here is an easy way to change them up a bit and put a different kind of starch on the table. They are good by themselves, but I really like to put them over the top with a drizzle of homemade ranch dressing." - Stacey

A Classic Irish Stew – Dublin Coddle"A Classic Irish Stew – Dublin...

A Classic Irish Stew – Dublin Coddle

"A Classic Irish Stew – Dublin Coddle is a traditional bacon, sausage, potato, and onion stew. It’s believed to have been initially created to use up leftovers but has evolved into a beloved Irish classic. My Irish friends tell me that every house in Ireland has their own version, with subtle variations depending on the cook’s preferences." - Melissa

Irish Style Banoffee Pie"Ohh banoffee pie, how we love you! The pie...

Irish Style Banoffee Pie

"Ohh banoffee pie, how we love you! The pie is filled with banana and toffee flavor." - The Kitchen Crew

Reuben Boxty (Irish Potato Pancakes)"Boxty are Irish style potato pancakes that are...

Reuben Boxty (Irish Potato Pancakes)

"Boxty are Irish style potato pancakes that are great when you top them with or fold them over something, in this case all of the flavours of a Reuben sandwich including corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and either Russian or Thousand Island dressing." - Kevin

Riley Family Soda Bread"Easy and delish! As we are the Irish family...

Riley Family Soda Bread

"Easy and delish! As we are the Irish family amongst our friends, I always make several loaves of this to share on St. Patrick's Day. With or without raisins, you'll love it!" - Elizabeth

Lori's Quick and Easy Shepherd Pie"This is a quick "go to" meal...

Lori's Quick and Easy Shepherd Pie

"This is a quick "go to" meal when we are in a hurry. It is a warm, down-home, comfort food and one of my family's favorite dinners." - Lori

Baked Potato Nachos"Nachos in any form are okay in my cookbook, we...

Baked Potato Nachos

"Nachos in any form are okay in my cookbook, we love ’em! They don’t always have to be served on tortilla chips, though. Baked potato nachos use potatoes in a way you may not have thought of before specifically for nachos." - Melissa

Traditional Irish Colcannon"Regional varieties of colcannon include using cabbage instead of kale...

Traditional Irish Colcannon

"Regional varieties of colcannon include using cabbage instead of kale or adding parsnips to the mash. You could use finely shredded Savoy cabbage instead of kale." - Sasha

Guinness Beef Stew"My husband who is a professional chef once cooked at...

Guinness Beef Stew

"My husband who is a professional chef once cooked at an Irish pub this was his recipe for Guinness beef stew." - Malinda




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