List of Irish dishes

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This is a list of dishes found in Irish cuisine. Irish cuisine is a style of cooking originating from Ireland or developed by Irish people. It evolved from centuries of social and political change. The cuisine takes its influence from the crops grown and animals farmed in its temperate climate. The introduction of the potato in the second half of the 16th century heavily influenced Ireland's cuisine thereafter and, as a result, is often closely associated with Ireland. Representative Irish dishes include Irish stew, bacon and cabbage, boxty, coddle, and colcannon.

Irish dishes[edit]

English Name Irish Name Image Description
Bacon and cabbage Bágún agus cabáiste Gus O'Connor's Pub.jpg Unsliced back bacon boiled together with cabbage and potatoes.[1]
Barnbrack Bairín breac Barmbrack.jpg A leavened bread with sultanas and raisins.
Batter burger A fast food consisting of a beef patty cooked in batter, similar to a battered sausage. A Wurly burger (spellings vary) is a batter burger served with a hamburger bun and toppings.
Black pudding Putóg dhubh Irish black and white pudding slices.JPG Sausage made from cooked pig's blood, pork fat, pork rind, pork shoulder, pork liver, oats, onion, rusk (wheat starch, salt), water, salt, pimento and seasoning (rusk, spices). Picture shows slices of black pudding (dark) and white pudding (light).
Boxty Bacstaí Boxty with beef and squash.jpg Finely grated raw potato and mashed potato mixed together with flour, baking soda, buttermilk and occasionally egg, then cooked like a pancake on a griddle pan.
Breakfast roll Rollóg bhricfeasta Breakfast Roll.jpg A bread roll filled with elements of a traditional fry-up, designed to be eaten on the way to school or work. It can be purchased at a wide variety of petrol stations, local newsagents, supermarkets and eateries throughout Ireland and Great Britain.
Champ

Also known as "Poundies"

Brúitín Champ (food).JPG Mashed potatoes and chopped scallions (spring onions) with butter and milk.
Coddle Cadal Coddle.jpg Layers of roughly sliced pork sausages bacon, usually thinly sliced, somewhat fatty back bacon, with sliced potatoes, and onions.
Colcannon Cál ceannann Colcannon (4438873634) (2).jpg Mashed potatoes with kale or cabbage.
Cottage pie Pióg an aoire Shepherd's Pie (8227698373).jpg Cottage pie is a beef and vegetable mixture with gravy topped with mashed potato.
Crubeens Crúibín Crubeens 2008.jpg Boiled pigs' feet.
Curry chips Curry chips.jpg Chips and a curry sauce.
Drisheen Drisín A type of black pudding.
Farl Farla Ben W Bell Soda Bread Farl 05 June 2007.jpg A traditional quick bread or cake, roughly triangular in shape.
Fried bread Arán friochta Fried bread.jpg Bread fried in bacon fat.
Full breakfast

Also known as "full Irish", "Irish fry" or "Ulster fry"

Bricfeasta friochta Irish breakfast.jpg Rashers, sausages and eggs, often served with a variety of side dishes such as fried mushrooms, soda bread and puddings.
Goody Gudaí A dessert dish made by boiling bread in milk with sugar and spices.
Gur cake Cáca gur Gur cake.jpg A pastry confection associated with Dublin.
Irish stew Stobhach/

Stobhach Gaelach

Irish stew 2007 (cropped).jpg A traditional stew of lamb, or mutton, potatoes, carrots, onions, and parsley.
Limerick Ham Liamhás Luimnigh A particular method of preparing a joint of bacon within the cuisine of Ireland. The method was originally developed in County Limerick, Ireland.
Irish Seafood Chowder Seabhdar A particular method of preparing a seafood soup, often served with milk or creal.
Mashed potato Brúitín MashedPotatoes.jpg Prepared by mashing freshly boiled potatoes with a potato masher, fork, ricer,or food mill, or whipping them with a hand beater. Butter and milk are sometimes added.
Pastie - Pastie supper Ben W Bell 27 March 2006.jpg A round, battered pie of minced pork, onion, potato and seasoning.
Scone Scóna Buttermilk-Scones-batch.jpg A scone is a single-serving quick bread/cake, usually made of wheat, barley or oatmeal with baking powder as a leavening agent and baked on sheet pans. A scone is often lightly sweetened and occasionally glazed with egg wash.[2]
Potato bread Arán prátaí Irwins potato cakes modified.jpg A flat bread made from potato and flour, dry-fried. A key component of the Ulster Fry.
Skirts and kidneys - Skirts and Kidneys.jpg A stew made from pork meat, including the kidneys, bladder, and liver.
Soda bread Arán sóide Irish brown soda bread.JPG A variety of quick bread traditionally made in a variety of cuisines in which sodium bicarbonate (otherwise known as baking soda) is used as a leavening agent instead of the more common yeast. The ingredients of traditional soda bread are flour, bread soda, salt, and buttermilk. Sometimes raisins are added to make it sweeter.
Spice bag

Also known as "spice box"

Mála spíosrach/

Bosca spíosrach

Spice Bag.jpg A fast food sold in Chinese takeaways and chippers, consisting of chips, crispy chicken pieces, peppers, onions and various spices mixed together in a bag or box.
Spice burger A patty containing beef, beef fat, cereals, onions and spices; coated in breadcrumbs and served as fast food.
Spiced beef Mairteoil spíosraithe Irish Spiced Beef A cured and salted joint of rump steak or silverside beef, which is traditionally served at Christmas or the New Year.
White pudding Putóg bhán Irish black and white pudding slices.JPG Very similar to black pudding, but containing no blood. Contains pork meat and fat, suet, bread, and oatmeal formed into a large sausage shape. Picture shows slices of white pudding (light) and black pudding (dark).

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sheehan, Seán; Levy, Pat (2003). Dublin (2nd ed.). Footprint Travel Guides. p. 134. ISBN 1-903471-66-4. that most traditional of Irish workaday meals: bacon and cabbage 
  2. ^ Hollywood, Paul. "Paul Hollywood's scones". BBC. Retrieved 22 September 2015.