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St Patrick's Day recipes

  1. Irish beef stew Irish beef stew

    This rich, warming, slow-cooked dish can simmer away quite happily until you’re ready to eat it, or can be made a day in advance and reheated. Serve with colcannon or champ for a true Irish celebration.

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  2. Irish cream and chocolate cheesecake Baileys and chocolate cheesecake

    The smooth, creamy liqueur gives this celebration cheesecake the wow factor. Top with grated chocolate and a dusting of cocoa.

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  3. Irish soda bread Irish soda bread

    Irish soda bread is a quick and easy introduction to bread-making that pays dividends in taste. Try it warm from the oven with cheeses such as Desmond, Durrus or Kilcummin, or toast and eat as a starter with smoked salmon.

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  4. Champ Champ

    This creamy mash is perfect with sausages or pork chops.

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Delicious recipes from the Emerald Isle: celebrate St Patrick's Day in true Irish style with Irish soda bread and traditional beef stew.

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