Nobody knows potatoes better than the Irish. And you just can’t beat these Irish potato recipes!
From boxty to colcannon, this collection highlights the best of the best.
Potatoes are a staple crop in Ireland and an integral part of their culture.
So if you’re looking to perfect your potato dishes, take a little hint from the Irish.
They have the creamiest mashed potatoes, heartiest stews, and mesmerizing savory pies nobody can resist.
These dishes are perfect for celebrating St. Paddy’s day or just hunkering down for dinner.
All Irish potato recipes will satisfy your craving for comforting spuds.
There are mashed potatoes, and then there’s colcannon.
These uber rich spuds get all mashed up with half-and-half and a half pound of butter. It doesn’t get creamier than that!
Toss kale or cabbage into the mix for a classic take.
And there’s no need to get all crazy with the seasoning.
Salt, pepper, and the optional garlic powder are all you need.
Need a treat for St. Paddy’s Day? These Irish potato candies are perfect.
Calling them “potato” is a bit of a misnomer. They don’t actually have any potatoes in them.
Although, they sure do look like one!
These poppable bites are a bundle of coconut cream coated with cinnamon and sugar.
They might not be from Ireland, but everyone will love them!
When it comes to the Irish, there’s no shortage of mashed potatoes. And these are some of the fluffiest potatoes around.
The secret? Use a potato ricer.
That combined with the butter and milk makes them ultra creamy. To finish it off, add sliced green onions.
For a traditional touch, swap out the green onions for stinging nettles. Just be sure to handle them with gloves.
Potato farls are one of my favorite potato recipes. After a bite, I think you’ll feel the same.
You mix mashed potatoes with flour, butter, salt, and pepper. Then, form them into cakes and fry them up.
The outsides are nice and crispy while the insides are delightfully creamy.
It’s a fantastic way to use up leftover mashed potatoes, and the cakes freeze well, too.
Potato bread is a carb lover’s dream! Soft, savory, and moist, it has a divine texture and irresistible flavor.
And you’ll just love this version because it also has garlic and parmesan cheese!
It’s also a blessing for those new to baking since you won’t use yeast.
Whether you’re staying in this weekend or making an Easter feast, everyone will love a slice of this fresh homemade Irish bread.
Grab a pint and call up your pals because it’s pub potato nacho time!
This popular pub fare is a prime choice for kicking back over a cold brew or hosting the big game.
You take a whole pile of thinly sliced baked spuds and load them up with cheese, bacon bits, green onions, and sour cream.
Is anyone else’s mouth watering besides mine?
Here’s a great creamy soup recipe to save for a rainy day.
It’s super simple, very cozy, and affordable, too.
Skipping all the frills and fuss, it calls for staples like chicken broth, butter, onions, and cream. Well, and, of course, potatoes.
If you’re wondering what types of potatoes to use, go with Russet or Yukon gold.
They’ll yield a silky smooth texture for the ultimate velvety soup.
This isn’t just another casserole. This is an unforgettable homestyle dish!
You meld mashed potatoes with cream cheese, sour cream, butter, cheese, chives, and spices.
Add that to a casserole dish and bake it just until it starts to bubble.
It’s a winner for family dinners and a cozy addition to larger spreads.
If you’re looking for a rustic traditional Irish recipe, Dublin coddle is what you need.
It’s a traditional stew featuring tender potatoes, sausage, and bacon in a bold gravy.
Give it a splash of Guinness to make it more robust.
And while you’re at it, crack one for yourself, and cheers to this Irish stew!
10. Irish Potato Pie
For St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, or Thanksgiving, this stunning savory pie is the eye-catching centerpiece your holiday table needs!
It’s a ravishing display of scalloped potatoes, bacon, and dill in puff pastry.
Although it may look intimidating, it’s remarkably easy.
Just follow the three steps to create this masterpiece.
Bubble and squeak is an old recipe that utilizes leftover cooked potatoes and veggies.
While the name is a bit odd, once you fry it up in a pan you’ll totally get it. The mixture bubbles and squeaks!
For a healthier alternative, you can bake it instead. You can also turn it into patties for individual servings.
These potato bites will be an adorable addition to your next Sunday brunch.
Each tiny twice-baked spud has a savory mixture of corned beef, cheddar cheese, and potato inside.
Top them off with sour cream and chives for the full baked potato experience.
These nibbles are also a fun idea for game days, holidays, and more.
Potato salad isn’t just a big deal in America, as the Irish love it, too!
But where do they land on the creamy versus vinegar debate? Well, somewhere in the middle.
This Irish potato salad fuses the gap between creamy and vinegary. It’s also meaty thanks to the corned beef.
You can adjust the sugar ratio to your liking. But whatever you do, don’t skip out on the dill pickle relish.
Celebrate the holidays the Irish way with this stunning galette.
Sweet potatoes and Yukon gold potatoes create a mesmerizing swirl of goodness.
And that’s just the topping and the crust!
Hiding inside is a robust ground beef filling with butternut squash, carrots, and a ton of garlic.
It’s not the quickest of meals. Yet when it comes to entertaining, part of the wait is what makes it so great.
I had this soup yesterday, and I can’t wait to eat the leftovers tonight!
It combines two Irish staples for a rustic delight.
Aside from the tubers and fresh leeks, it’s flavored with butter, bacon, and tons of alliums.
Thick, creamy, rich, and savory, this Irish soup will keep you warm and cozy all winter long.
16. Pan Boxty
Looking to make a traditional Irish breakfast? Add these crispy tubers to the menu.
Pan boxty is a classic Irish potato pancake.
Unlike potato farls, it’s like one ginormous hash brown that fills an entire skillet.
It has a consistency similar to latkes and requires very few ingredients.
This pan Haggerty is the Irish take on a famous British dish.
It has layers upon layers of thinly sliced potatoes, onions sauteed in butter, and Dubliner cheese.
You want to use a high-starch potato variety like Russet. That will help the layers stick.
Also, I highly recommend using Kerrygold Irish butter, too. Anyone who’s had this knows that it reigns supreme.
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