St. Patrick's Day Recipes

PHOTO: Holstein's "Luck of the Irish" burger is shown here.
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They say everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day and we think these Irish-inspired recipes are the perfect way to celebrate the holiday. From the traditional Irish coffee to a corned beef and cabbage pizza, there's something on this list for everyone.

Wear something green, grab a pint of beer or a cup of Irish coffee and indulge in these comforting recipes.

PHOTO: Holstein's "Luck of the Irish" burger is shown here.
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This Irish-inspired burger is topped with corned beef and braised cabbage for those picky eaters who don't like plain corned beef. The Russian dressing adds a new flavor to the traditional St. Patrick's Day meal we're used to eating.


PHOTO: Sara Moulton's irish coffee crunchies are shown here.

Ingredients like coffee and Irish whiskey lend themselves to these festive crunchy cookies. Oats give the cookies great texture and a light icing gives them a nice sweetness.

PHOTO: Irish Coffee
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Invented in Ireland in the 1930s, Irish coffee is made with coffee, cream and whiskey. This recipes calls for espresso but you can use any strong brewed coffee.

PHOTO: Cherry chocolate mousse.
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This simple mousse is extra decadent with smooth cherry puree. Garnish with whipped cream and fresh cherries for a simple dessert that will impress your guests.

PHOTO: Scones
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Chopped fresh herbs give these scones delicious flavor. Unlike baked scones, these are made right in your frying pan.

PHOTO: Gourmet Comfort's beef and Guinness pie is shown here.
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Guinness adds great flavor to this savory stew. Make the stew the day before and top with puff pastry when you're ready to serve.

PHOTO: Corned Beef and Cabbage Pizza.
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Leftover corned beef after St.Patty's day is used in this cheesy pizza, made with mozzarella, monterey jack and parmesan.

PHOTO: Cupcakes

A cup of Guinness and a Bailey's ganache filling and frosting make these cupcakes a treat only for the adults. The Guinness stout complements the chocolate cake.

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Roasted rack of lamb with potatoes and rosemary sauce is another option to corned beef. Smashed peas and cherry tomatoes give this dish a hint of spring.

PHOTO: Irish Watercress Soup
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No dish is more festive than this bright green soup. Flavored with leeks, celery and potatoes, you'll want to make this more often.

PHOTO: Melissa Clark's baked stuffed potatoes with corned beef and dill butter are shown here.
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Corned beef and cabbage get a makeover in this stuffed potato meal. Try making these for your kids -- they'll win over even the pickiest eaters.

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