Irish recipes

What could be better than a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow? How about this collection of delicious Irish recipes from HelloFresh? Hearty stews feature prominently, but you’ll find exciting twists on old classics too.

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Irish recipes

How to use Potatoes in your Favorite Irish Recipes

Potatoes are a key ingredient in many Irish recipes. - especially Irish Stew. However, the key to a good potato dish lies in using the right potato variety. Here are 4 of the most popular potatoes and how to use them.

  1. Russet Potatoes. Russet potatoes have a high starch content, making the inside incredibly fluffy when cooked. This makes for an excellent mashed potato dish – the perfect side to any Irish recipe. They’re also a great option for french fries, turning them crispy on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside.
  2. New Potatoes. All potato varieties that are harvested young are called “new potatoes”. New potatoes have a lower starch content and hold well when boiled or roasted. This, together with their smaller size, makes them the perfect potato for an Irish stew.
  3. Yukon Gold Potatoes. Yukon Gold potatoes have smooth, waxy skin and can be used in virtually any potato dish. This all-rounder potato has creamy flesh and a slightly buttery flavor.
  4. Fingerling Potatoes. As the name suggests, fingering potatoes resemble fingers, being longer and smaller than other potato varieties. They are great for boiling and roasting.

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Irish recipes

How to use Potatoes in your Favorite Irish Recipes

Potatoes are a key ingredient in many Irish recipes. - especially Irish Stew. However, the key to a good potato dish lies in using the right potato variety. Here are 4 of the most popular potatoes and how to use them.

  1. Russet Potatoes. Russet potatoes have a high starch content, making the inside incredibly fluffy when cooked. This makes for an excellent mashed potato dish – the perfect side to any Irish recipe. They’re also a great option for french fries, turning them crispy on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside.
  2. New Potatoes. All potato varieties that are harvested young are called “new potatoes”. New potatoes have a lower starch content and hold well when boiled or roasted. This, together with their smaller size, makes them the perfect potato for an Irish stew.
  3. Yukon Gold Potatoes. Yukon Gold potatoes have smooth, waxy skin and can be used in virtually any potato dish. This all-rounder potato has creamy flesh and a slightly buttery flavor.
  4. Fingerling Potatoes. As the name suggests, fingering potatoes resemble fingers, being longer and smaller than other potato varieties. They are great for boiling and roasting.

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