Irish cuisine

Irish dish

  Irish cuisine is based on meat and dairy products, and principally with seafood due to its coastal regions. But, with the New World discovery and its potatoes, Ireland changed its dishes becoming a staple food.

  Luckily, Ireland has the world's products including lamb, seafood, grains and strawberries, which are used to create the creamy dairy products; as same as its crusty soda breads, fresh oysters, and delightful cheeses.

  Their principal ingredients are vegetables like potato garlic, cabbage, spring onions, bacon, egg, sausages, and tomatoes; some seafood including shellfish, prawns, oysters, lobsters, salmon, cod and many other crustaceans;

  Some of their typical dishes are Colcannon, Champ, Irish stew, Boxty, Coddle, Oyster Soup, Potato and Leek Soup, Steak and Guiness Pie, Buttered Pheasant, Smoked Trout Pâté, Dublin Lawyer, Stuffed Plaice, and many more; as same as some desserts: Blackberry and Apple Tart, Irish Pancakes, Apple Mash, Apple Barley Pudding, Oat Cakes, Irish Pound Cake, and many more.

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