Homemade Irish Dishes

Cookalong at home with some traditional Irish classic dishes

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Irish cuisine is the style of cooking that originated from the island of Ireland or was developed by Irish people. It has evolved from centuries of social and political change and the mixing of the different cultures in Ireland, predominantly from nearby Britain and other European regions. The cuisine is founded upon the crops and animals farmed in its temperate climate and the abundance of fresh fish and seafood from the surrounding waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Chowder, for example, is popular around the coasts.

Here we have put together a range of delicious hearty recipes that pay homage to The Emerald Isle.

Traditional Irish Stew

Traditional Irish Stew

Nothing says comfort like a hearty bowl of steaming Irish stew and the best part is you can enjoy this Irish classic from the comfort of your own home. This recipe is traditional, simple and delicious. Enjoy!

Traditional Irish Soda Bread

Traditional Irish Soda Bread

Irish stew and soda bread are a match made in heaven! Soda bread is easier to make than most breads as there is no kneading required. Make sure you let the fairies out before you bake to avoid any mischief!

Traditional Irish Soda Bread #2

Traditional Irish Soda Bread #2

Another classic Irish soda bread recipe, this time with egg and butter for added richness

Vegan Irish Soda Bread #3

Vegan Irish Soda Bread #3

Traditional Irish soda bread is made using buttermilk, however with some clever swaps you can make this vegan version and you won't be able to tell the difference. Equally as tasty as the traditional version just without the dairy products.

Traditional Seafood Chowder

Traditional Seafood Chowder

A little lighter than an Irish stew but just as delicious. Creamy, comforting and packed with seafood and vegetables.

Bacon and Cabbage

Bacon and Cabbage

If you’re looking for a meal native to the Emerald Isle, then you must try traditional Irish Bacon and Cabbage recipe. Serve this recipe with boiled Potatoes to make it a fully authentic meal from Ireland.