A selection of traditional Irish food recipes, handed down through the kitchens of many generations.
Cured joints can be very salty, so it's best to soak this ham fillet overnight in cold water, then drain and cover with fresh water for cooking. The ham fillet can be cooked a day or two before required, then reheated in the oven (with some water for added moisture to help prevent it from drying out) for an hour or so before glazing.
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This chicken recipe is perfect for a sunday roast. Serve with mashed potatoes and steamed green beans for a delicious meal.
A stew, in the cold winter months is such a nourishing family meal.
Treat the family to this brilliant breakfast brunch!!
These stuffed chicken fillets are lovely served with green beans and roasted red onions and peppers.
To add a festive twist to this recipe, serve the soup with sliced roasted chestnuts on top.
This delicious treat can be made using stale bread and dried fruit.
A great recipe...be careful not to eat the whole loaf in one sitting!
Real comfort food without the fuss. A great start to the day, breakfast or brunch.
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