Next week is St. Patrick’s Day. It’s time for shamrocks, leprauchans, and rainbows leading to pots of gold. It’s also a time for delicious food so I thought I’d look through my list of recipes that are already on the blog and see what would be appropriate for St. Patrick’s Day.
I may not have a lot of traditional Irish recipes (yet) but I’ve got plenty of dishes that are green or potato-based. So here are my lucky 7 favorite recipes that would be delicious additions to your St. Patrick’s Day menu:
This is a recipe I make again and again. Old Bay seasoning and kelp flakes help make a vegan “fish” that is crunchy on the outside, tender and flaky on the inside. The chips are crispy and flavorful and the tartar sauce is perfect for dipping.
My vegan version of Bitchin’ Kitchen’s Nadia G’s recipe. The Sartu was creamy and decadent. Creamy potatoes mixed with spicy Italian sausage crumbles and cheese, green spinach in the middle, a gooey layer of Monterey Jack cheese and crispy browned topping. It is indulgent and amazing.
My most recent recipe on the blog. No need to be green with envy when my Zucchini Linguine lets you eat all the pasta you want guilt-free! Sauteed in garlic and oil with a hint of red pepper flakes, this dish is amazing!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day. May the luck of the Irish be with you whether you’re Irish or not!
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Looking to yummy. Definitely I would like to try this weekend. Thanks for sharing
Thanks Riya xoxo
Oh, that sartu de patate looks so yummy. Nadia G makes some fantasticly indulgent meals!
Ha, that’s not Benny but it is a Westie.
What a cute picture of Benny! Oh, and the recipes look good too 😉