Happy St. Paddy’s Day – Corned Beef,Colcannon and Irish Brown Soda Bread
In honor of St. Patrick and the beautiful country of Ireland on today’s menu is Irish fare. Corned Beef, Colcannon and Irish Brown Soda Bread. I made the corned beef as I do every year, bring to a boil on the stove top with onion and spices and then braise in the oven for about 4 hours, next year I am going to make Suzanne Goins genius recipe for Corned Beef and Cabbage that is on Food52. The Colcannon is a recipe from Whole Foods, you can’t get more simple or delicious in my opinion, boil the potatoes, saute some onion and cabbage and mash it all together I made two very minor changes I caramelized the onions before adding the cabbage and instead of milk I added melted butter and creme fraiche. Here is, Whole Foods Colcannon recipe The Brown Bread is from food52, its a recipe Merrill Stubbs posted, it’s a family recipe her Mother always made and is absolutely delicious, Irish Brown Bread slathered with Irish butter. I am looking forward to having Creative Culinary’s authentic Irish Coffee Recipe
Love this brown bread! OMG this meal looks so good (and I am vegetarian)
And caramelised pear jam! This is the end 😀
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Thank you so much the colcannon and brown bread were great, I eat meat but not that often. The jam was a gift from Amanda from Dabblings and Whimsey and was so delicious with the bread and butter.
Love this whole meal – I hope you enjoyed every bite! Colcannon is the ultimate comfort food. When I was in Ireland I got hooked on Irish brown bread and butter with slices of smoked salmon . You are inspiring me to make it again!
Thanks so much, it was really delicious and especially the colcannon. The brown soda bread is wonderful, bought some Irish butter and wow was it good!
I’m not a vegetarian – but my favorite part of the meal are the sides including veggies. This looks great and looks like my St. Patrick’s Day feast!
I eat meat in moderation, but like it too much to completely give it up. Like you the sides are the stars of the show for me, the leftover corned beef is good though. Thank you so much
i really love the taste of corned beef specially the angus beef variety.”
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