One of the best ways you can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year is by filling up on some deliciously festive fare. Whether you spend this Irish-centric holiday out and about in the community or at home with family and friends, you should definitely try out some of these St. Patrick’s Day recipes in your new O’Neal Village kitchen.
As one of the most famous dishes to eat on St. Patrick’s Day, this Irish-inspired corned beef and cabbage recipe is bound to be a crowd favorite.
Traditionally made from mashed potatoes or cabbage, colcannon is often eaten with boiled ham or Irish bacon. On a vegetarian diet? Swap out ham and bacon for roasted carrots and green beans instead.
Enjoy a modern twist of this classic dish. Fun fact: in early cookbooks, shepherd’s pie was created as a means of using leftover roasted meat and mashed potatoes.
This traditional Irish comfort food is known for its crumbly outer crust, dense center and unique flavor. It’s a staple in every Irish bakery or kitchen.
With a classic mix of lamb, carrots and potatoes, this Irish stew is a perfect dish to create if you are looking for a meal that will fill you up and keep you warm.
A unique nod to the Irish flag, this salad combines fresh green spinach, orange fruit and feta cheese and is a great starter for any hearty meal.
Combining chocolate and Guinness and topping it with a simple cream cheese frosting creates a rich, moist dessert that will disappear as soon as you set it out on the table.
This popular and iconic Irish cocktail consists of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar and is topped with cream. Variations of this drink were enjoyed as far back as the mid 19th century.
Perfect for all of your little leprechauns, this festive lime drink is both a refreshing and delicious non-alcoholic alternative for your St. Patrick’s celebrations.
While this dessert can be enjoyed all year long, it is especially fitting for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Enjoy a tin full of chocolate and mint layered delights.