Thanksgiving represents the growth and foundation of American, but the City with Irish Attitude is looking to give this holiday feast a new taste. We've got some tricks and tips to add an Irish twist to this year's Turkey Day celebrations.
The Appetizer- Instead of typical dinner rolls, replace them with Irish Soda Bread. This recipe, courtesy of CincyShopper.com, will wow your guests.
The Main Dish- Replacing your traditional turkey with goose cooked with lots of sage and onion stuffing will give you a delicious centerpiece to carve into. Learn how to prep it here.
Colcannon- An Irish favorite, adding kale, green onions, cream and lots of butter to mashed potatoes creates a delicious favorite. Simply Recipes has a great, simple recipe!
Irish Mac & Cheese- Thanks to the Kerrygold Cheese Company’s recipe, adding heavy cream, ground cloves, Kerrygold Cheddar and a few more ingredients puts the ultimate Irish twist on tradition macaroni and cheese.
Irish Heritage Cabbage- Every Irishman loves a good cabbage recipe. All Recipes adds bacon and red wine vinegar for a great side.
Irish Boxty- These crispy, fried potato cakes will be a hit. They're crispy like a French fry, yet soft like a pancake. Follow Just A Pinch’s recipe.
The Dessert- Ditch the apple pie. Home & Plates Celtic apple crisp recipe is a delicious alternative with honey and whiskey included.
We always say you don't have to have Irish in your blood, just in your soul. Give your guests a Thanksgiving feast they won't forget. Show them what an Irish Attitude is all about while feeding their grumbling bellies. We love seeing your photos, so tag them with #SoDublin to be featured on our website!