Get your share of the luck of the Irish this March with these delicious Irish dishes for St. Patrick’s Day!
When you think of St. Patrick’s Day, you might think of food colored with green food coloring. And that’s all well and good, but unnaturally green food is NOT traditional Irish food! And you won’t find a lot of green food coloring used in this list of Irish side dishes!
Irish food is comforting, incorporating red potatoes and cabbage frequently. Whether you have some Irish in you or not, you can at least enjoy some classic Irish recipes to celebrate this year.
This collection of traditional Irish side dishes has the perfect side dishes to serve with your main dish, whether that be a pot roast or corned beef!
With comfort food like Colcannon, cabbage, traditional corned beef, soda bread, potato recipes and more, you and your family can enjoy some of the best Irish cuisine, together.
10+ Amazing Irish Side Dishes
Get your share of the luck of the Irish this March with these delicious Irish dishes for St. Patrick's Day!
Humble cabbage is the star of this Irish-inspired side! This healthier version of Irish fried cabbage is lightly sautéed with leeks and finished off with oven-roasted bacon. It's a great choice to serve along with corned beef on St. Patrick's Day but makes for a delicious side dish any time of year! I like to use red cabbage, but green cabbage works as well! You can also fry the cabbage in bacon grease if you have it. Delish!
This is the classic Irish side dish! Irish colcannon potatoes are a delicious Irish side dish of mashed potatoes infused with sautéed greens. This traditional Irish side dish is creamy, comforting, and very simple to make!
This traditional Irish Potato Farls recipe is so easy and made with just 4 simple ingredients. Also known as potato bread or cakes, Farls are a tasty classic breakfast from Ireland. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day or any day of the year.
This delicious recipe for traditional Irish brown bread will have you wanting to kick up your heels and dance an Irish jig! This Irish bread is leavened with baking soda, and it's just a touch sweet! I love to eat it slathered with plenty of butter.
This Irish leek and zucchini soup is the low-carb version of the classic Irish leek and potato soup. It's such a simple and delicious recipe that is delicious (and extra green) when topped with diced green onions! This lighter version is as creamy and comforting as the original.