Popular St. Patrick's Day Recipes

Green beer? We're not above raising a glass to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, but anyone who loves food knows the real St. Patrick's day party happens in the kitchen. St. Patrick's Day recipes are generally hearty and flavorful -- dishes that celebrate Ireland's storied history with potatoes and lamb. Perhaps no Irish recipe is as iconic as corned beef and cabbage: juicy hunks of beef tinted pink by curing salt and flavored with a savory blend of spices, then paired with a side of buttery, tender cabbage. Don't forget the Irish potato recipes: boiled new potatoes tossed with butter are delicious, or opted for mashed potatoes with scallions (called "champ") or with chopped cabbage (colcannon). Or maybe you're a fan of thick, rich Irish stew made with slow-simmered lamb and chunks of carrot, celery and onion. Whatever's on the menu, be sure to pair it with a fresh-baked slice of soda bread - this classic Irish bread is ideal for sopping up the delicious juices at the bottom of the bowl.

Lima Bean Spread with Cumin & Herbs

Humble limas are transformed into a sensational Mediterranean spread that is vibrant with a mix of fresh herbs and spices. You can substitute frozen edamame beans for the limas in Step 1; cook according to package directions.

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Lima Bean Spread with Cumin & Herbs

Holiday Cookie Cutouts

There is no need to wait for December to enjoy crisp sugar cookies in fanciful shapes. Capture the spirit of fall by baking maple leaf- or pumpkin-shaped cookies. And when the festive season arrives, have fun with holiday shapes like stars and wreaths. Use the Cinnamon-Sugar Topping for crisp cookies that make perfect teatime treats or finish with Decorator Icing for more elaborate cookies (see Cookie-Decorating Tips, below).

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Holiday Cookie Cutouts

Midori Salmon

Miso sauces have recently moved out of Japan and into the global culinary landscape--and why not? Here, the fermented bean paste, familiar as a soup base, becomes a sweet, delicious glaze, turning a simple roast salmon into an international sensation.

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Midori Salmon

Braised Brisket & Roots

This braised brisket gets a decidedly wintery feel from the earthy-sweet flavors of carrots, parsnips and rutabaga.

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Braised Brisket & Roots

Marmalade-Glazed Orange Cheesecake

Our Test Kitchen created this showpiece cheesecake to celebrate one of winter's brightest gifts: the orange. It is exceptionally rich and creamy-tasting, but lower in saturated fat than a traditional cheesecake. The secret is to replace most of the cream cheese with pureed cottage cheese. Be sure to let the food processor do its job and process the cottage cheese until it has a silky texture.

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Marmalade-Glazed Orange Cheesecake

Whole-Wheat Irish Soda Bread

Soda breads are hearty Irish staples - wholemeal flour with large flakes of bran and wheat germ, or white flour or a mixture leavened with baking soda and moistened with buttermilk. The acid in the buttermilk reacts with the baking soda, which is an alkali, creating bubbles of carbon dioxide which rise the bread. Soda breads have the heft of a yeast bread but are made in minutes and the dough can be shaped into scones or a round loaf, depending on the occasion. Originally it would have been baked in a bastible (pot oven) over the open fire.

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Whole-Wheat Irish Soda Bread

Shandy

The English have been making shandys since the 1600s. If you prefer, you can substitute 1 1/2 cups ginger ale for the seltzer and frozen limeade.

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Shandy

Wasabi Crab on Endive

Spicy wasabi mayonnaise makes crab sing in these easy appetizers.

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Wasabi Crab on Endive

Orange-Infused Roasted Green Beans & Red Peppers

Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of the green beans and bell pepper.

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Orange-Infused Roasted Green Beans & Red Peppers

Irish Lamb Stew

Lamb stew is Irish penicillin: a rich stew full of potatoes, leeks and carrots that'll cure whatever ails you. In traditional fashion, nothing here is browned first, just all stewed together. To keep it healthy make sure to trim the lamb of any visible fat before you cook it.

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Irish Lamb Stew

Minted Peas & Rice with Feta

The flavors of fresh mint and feta enliven this instant brown rice. Toss any leftovers with some cooked shrimp for a satisfying, easy lunch.

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Minted Peas & Rice with Feta

Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Bacon & Onions

A small amount of bacon goes a long way to flavor these very thinly sliced Brussels sprouts--the results may even win over sprout skeptics.

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Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Bacon & Onions

EatingWell's Pumpkin Pie Crust

Try this tender crust for any single-crust pie recipe. It will keep, tightly wrapped in plastic, in the refrigerator for up to 2 days or in the freezer for up to 6 months.

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EatingWell's Pumpkin Pie Crust

Garlicky Green Beans

We cook then cool the beans in advance so they can be heated up and seasoned moments before the meal. If you don't like tarragon, substitute dill or leave it out completely.

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Garlicky Green Beans

Saag Tofu

Also known as palak paneer, saag paneer is an Indian classic composed mostly of spinach and paneer--a cow's-milk cheese that is curdled then pressed until firm. Here, we substitute tofu for the cheese and incorporate low-fat yogurt and sliced onions for a healthier version that retains its authenticity.

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Saag Tofu

Roasted Beet Crostini

The entire beet plant - roots, stems and greens - can be used in this stunning appetizer. The beets are roasted then pureed with goat cheese for a creamy ruby-red spread. The greens and stems are sauteed with olive oil and garlic for the topping.

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Roasted Beet Crostini

Oven-Fried Fish & Chips

Fish and chips are traditionally sold wrapped in paper to soak up all the grease - not a good sign. To cut the calories in half and reduce the fat, we coat the delicate fish in a crispy cornflake crust and then bake it along with sliced potatoes. Serve with: Coleslaw and malt vinegar or lemon wedges.

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Oven-Fried Fish & Chips

French Pistachio Buttercreams

Buttery and elegant, this filled cookie sandwich is a wonderful Christmas treat.

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French Pistachio Buttercreams

Dandy Shandy

Celebrate all things British. Choose your favorite stout beer and ginger beer to make this across-the-pond cocktail.

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Dandy Shandy

Shamrock Milkshake Cupcakes

Cr¿me de Menthe and white chocolate make these adorable green cupcakes every bit as delicious as the fast-food milkshake. When using food coloring, add the color a tiny bit at a time so that you get the exact tint you have in mind.

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Shamrock Milkshake Cupcakes

Corned Beef and Cabbage

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Corned Beef and Cabbage

Irish Stew

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Irish Stew

Beef Steak Dijon

This low-calorie pepper steak with a mushroom-yogurt sauce is elegant, simple, and delicious--what more could you want?

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Beef Steak Dijon

Pistachio Nut Stars

For Christmas, star-shape cutout cookies are popular around the world. These sandwich cookies, made with pistachio nuts in the dough, are filled with strawberry jam and layered off-center for decorator appeal.

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Pistachio Nut Stars

Fresh Pea Soup

Prepare this creamy first-course soup recipe to serve with grilled meats.

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Fresh Pea Soup

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