You can't go to the pub to celebrate with your friends on this St. Patrick's Day… but you can cook at home! Here are a few popular Irish recipes from Good Food Ireland that you can whip up at home for the family! Something sweet and something savory.
Traditional Recipe Cooked with Water or Milk
Porridge Oats 2 oz
Milk 7 fl oz
Heat the milk, add porridge oats and cook for 1 min serve with honey or salt
Bircher Muesli made with Irish Porridge Oats
Porridge Oats 5oz
Irish Honey 1oz
Milk 20 fl oz
Natural Yogurt 14oz
Banana 1 whole chopped
Apple 1 Grated
Combine ingredients and devour!!
2 shallots finely chopped
1lb Salmon Filleted and skinned
Kerrygold Butter 1 Tablespoon
Dry White Wine 5 fl oz
Chopped Parsley 1 Tablespoon
Mashed Potatoes – no cream no butter
For the Coating:
2 Tablespoons Plain Floor
2 oz soft white Breadcrumbs
Pre-heat oven to 200c/400fgas 6
Butter and season a tray. Sprinkle with the shallots and sit the salmon on top. Drizzle with white wine and season with salt and pepper. Cover with foil and bake in the oven for 8-10 minutes – the salmon should be firm to touch but still pink in the middle.
Sit the salmon in a colander over a pan to collect all the juices.
When all the juices have drained, place in a small pot and reduce on a stove to a nice syrup consistency.
Break up the salmon into flakes, add the syrup and chopped parsley, then fold in the potato until you have a binding texture. Check for seasoning and roll into 12 to 18 ball shaped cakes.
To Breadcrumb – Lightly pass through the flour, beaten eggs and breadcrumbs, repeat the process again.
To Cook – Deep fry at 180c/ 350f for 4-5 minutes drain well.
Serve 3 per portion on a bed of steamed baby spinach and lemon butter sauce.