Cod and parsley sauce is a simple, traditional Irish meal, often eaten on Fridays in years gone by when fish was off limits for Catholics. This is a taste of my childhood, and when made with really fresh fish it’s truly satisfying. The cod is dredged in seasoned flour before frying, then smothered in a […]
Irish American Mom's Recipes
Here you will find all of the recipes I share on my website. They're listed in publication order, with my most recent recipe appearing at the top of the list. For a categorized index check out my "Recipe Index" tab listed under the "Cooking" category. Happy Irish cooking.
Champ is a potato specialty in Ireland and is one of my favorite side dishes. Delicious and easy, champ is made by warming chopped green onions in milk before mixing them through mashed potatoes. Topped with a knob of melting butter these onion laced spuds ooze with buttery goodness. We Irish love our spuds and […]
Crème Brûlée is a classic French dessert consisting of baked cream custard with a crispy caramelized sugar top layer, that simply cracks with lusciousness once you break it with the side of your spoon. Now to give this famous French dessert an Irish flair I decided to add a little of Ireland’s favorite cream liqueur […]
Eve’s pudding was a favorite dessert in Ireland when I was growing up. A baked sponge tops deliciously sweetened and stewed apples, making it a comforting winter treat. A traditional British pudding, it was cooked in Ireland too and probably brought across the Irish sea by the many wonderful Irish cooks who worked in the […]
Dublin Coddle is a traditional Irish dish primarily made by true blue Dubliners. It’s a one-pot wonder that combines potatoes, sausages, bacon and onions. Cooked slowly in water or broth the result is a filling stew loved throughout Ireland’s capital city. For real Dubs, coddle is a nostalgic dish. One that reminds them of childhood, […]