Flour Chocolate, Guinness and Whiskey Cake—Cap off your Irish pub-night feast with this boozy brownie cake. It combines the best spirits and beer the Emerald Isle has to offer with the irresistible richness of dark chocolate.
Want your French toast express-style? Skip the frying pan for this decadent, sweet treat that& ready in less than 10 minutes. With the addition of a few pantry staples (see variations, below), you can make this basic version extra sweet or salty.
Corned Beef Cabbage Rolls With Cider Dijon Sauce—Think of this as a traditional boiled cabbage dinner wrapped in neat little parcels and bathed in a tangy, sweet sauce. To save prep time, pick up a chunk of corned beef at the deli.
While you don& want to overwhelm seafood with too much spice, these mussels can take a hit of curry because the creamy sauce tempers the heat. Serve with crusty bread for sopping up the delicious broth.
A brown butter spread gives flaky spiced pumpkin scones nutty flavour and an extra touch of sweetness. Overworked dough can become tough when baked; for the flakiest pastry, knead it just until the dough comes together.
Historically a poor man's staple because it needs only the most basic of ingredients, this must-have for any Irish supper is also a great introduction to bread-making for novice bakers—there's no fussing with yeast!