These St. Patrick’s Day Recipes are a scrumptious collection of comforting dishes. There’s classic shepherd’s pie, colcannon mashed potatoes, lamb stew, soda bread and more – something for everyone!
Comforting St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Shepherd’s Pie with Guinness Lamb and Horseradish Mash from Me (Girl Heart Food) – lamb is browned and cooked with Guinness beer and generously topped with horseradish mash. The whole lot is baked until bubbly and the top has delicious golden edges (my favourite part).
Oven Roasted Corned Beef Hash with Brussels Sprouts from Pinch and Swirl (pictured below and photo credit) – Using leftover corned beef, this hash is made with brussels sprouts and potatoes and then topped with an egg. Delish for breakfast or dinner, if you ask me!
Irish Stout Stew from Tasty Ever After (pictured below & photo credit) – made with lamb, potatoes, carrots, onions and stout beer…tell me you don’t want to grab a big hunk of bread and just dunk in these deliciousness?
Guinness Braised Beef Short Ribs and Vegetables from The Kitchen Girl (pictured below & photo credit)- a one pot meal (aka my kinda meal…you too)? This one even has butternut squash and, of course, Guinness, for one comforting dish.
Irish Stout Mason Jar Beef Pot Pies from Platings and Pairings (pictured below & photo credit) – I love individual serving sizes of anything and these little beef pot pies are not only cute, but tasty! They’re topped with buttery puff pastry – so good!
Irish Fish Chowder from Caroline’s Cooking (pictured below & photo credit) – a delicious creamy chowder made with smoked and fresh haddock, salmon and mussels.
Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie from Yummy Mummy Kitchen (pictured below & photo credit) – made with lentils instead of beef or lamb, this vegan shepherd’s pie is sure to satisfy vegetarians, vegans and meat lovers alike!
Instant Pot Corned Beef from Striped Spatula (pictured below & photo credit) – made using the popular Instant Pot, these corned beef would make for one hearty dinner! Imagine leftovers on a sandwich? Yum!
Bangers and Mash with Guinness Onion Gravy from The Beach House Kitchen (pictured below & photo credit) – I just love the phrase ‘bangers and mash’…don’t you? And then top it all off with a delicious Guinness onion gravy? Yes please!
Guinness Irish Mac and Cheese from A Wicked Whisk (pictured below & photo credit) – made with Guinness and sharp Irish cheddar for one flavour packed, amped up mac and cheese!
Corned Beef Potato Gratin with Brussel Sprouts from Kevin is Cooking (pictured below & photo credit) – A layered dish with corned beef, tatos and brussels sprouts? Oh yeeeeeah! I could enjoy this as a side or even on its own!
Slow Cooker Colcannon Mashed Potatoes with Kale and Cabbage from Tasty Ever After (pictured below & photo credit) – creamy, buttery mash with kale and cabbage. Makes for one awesome dish to have with a St. Patrick’s Day feast!
Stout Meatloaf with Irish Cheddar from Craft Beering (pictured below and photo credit) – made with pork and beef and lots of Irish cheddar, this is one juicy meatloaf! Just look at it! Yum!
Green Smoothie Pancakes from Savory Spin (pictured below & photo credit) – Spinach gives these healthy pancakes a lovely green hue! These would be super nice for breakfast after a celebratory evening!
Traditional Irish Soda Bread from West Via Midwest (pictured below & photo credit) – This traditional soda bread can be made with as little as four ingredients, but you can add extra oomph with cranberries, walnuts and chocolate chips so it’s totally customizable!
Instant Pot Glazed Corned Beef Sliders from Cooking on the Ranch (pictured below & photo credit) – Love me some sliders and this one has a molasses based glaze so it has the whole savoury/sweet situation goin’ on. Right up my alley!
Sour Apple Tequila Cocktail – The Lucky Shamrock from No Spoon Necessary (pictured below & photo credit) – made with tequila and sour apple liqueur, this pretty green-hued cocktail is a fun way to say ‘cheers’ on St. Patrick’s Day!
Chocolate Stout No Churn Ice Cream with Homemade Toffee Crumble from Ciao Chow Bambina (pictured below & photo credit) -The ice-cream component is made with only four ingredients and then topped with a scrumptious, buttery toffee crumble! Two scoops please!
Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake with Toffee Sauce from House of Nash Eats (pictured below & photo credit) – a delicious date cake generously covered with a butterscotch toffee sauce – all the heart eyes, am I right?!
For more St. Patrick’s Day inspiration, check out these St. Patrick’s Day dessert recipes from A Fork’s Tale featuring 25 desserts!
What’s your favourite St. Patrick’s Day recipes?
Until next time, take care and chit chat again soon!