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12 mouthwatering Irish foods everyone should try for St. Patrick's Day

Published by Business Insider on Sat, 16 Mar 2019


Irish culture is known for its hearty cuisine, from stews to potato pancakes.Colcannon, for example, is a twist on traditional mashed potatoes that's made with butter and cream, as well as kale, cabbage, or scallions.Barmbrack is an Irish fruitcake typically served with afternoon tea.And Irish stewis a must-try.From stews to potato pancakes, ahuge part of Irish culture is the food.Some people may be familiar with Irish soda bread, but dishes like boxty and coddle might be less well-known to those outside of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Ahead of St. Patrick's Day this year, we've compiled some of the most mouthwatering Irish foods you should consider trying.Dublin coddle is a warm stew made up of leftovers that makes for a perfect comfort dish.Dublin coddle is a traditional Irish stew that derives its name from the hours of "coddling," or simmering, of ingredients in a pot during its preparation. This dish normally comprised of leftovers like sausage, bacon, potatoes, and onions.Irish soda bread is a staple in nearly every Irish home, especially around St. Patrick's Day.Despite what its name implies, Irish soda bread actually has the consistency of a scone or a biscuit. This is due, at least in part, to the fact that Irish soda bread is leavened using baking soda rather than traditional yeast.The bread was an easy and affordable staple for people living in poverty-stricken Ireland during the mid-19th century, according to The Society for the Preservation of Irish Soda Bread.While traditional recipes use flour, salt, baking soda, and buttermilk, other varieties incorporate honey, sugar, fruit, seeds, or even Guinness.Boxty is an Irish take on potato pancakes.Boxty is often eaten as part of a traditional Irish breakfast. The starchy item is made with finely-grated raw potatoes and served fried.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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