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Easy St. Patricks Day Dinner Recipes

For as long as I can remember, corned beef and cabbage has always been on the menu for St. Patricks Day! I can remember my Grandmother always making it for us, and now my Mom has pretty much taken it over. My mom always seems to gather my siblings and I for this day as she goes all out making a feast. And if St. Patrick’s Day falls during the week, she’ll make sure to make it during a weekend that way we can all have our yearly fix. The last time I cooked a feast was the beginning of lockdown and the kids were worried we’d miss having this special dinner. But it took three grocery stores for me to find all the ingredients, and endless hours on the phone with my mom to make sure I got it right. I maybe even surprised myself, even the kids and Jason, but I made my very first St. Patricks Day dinner, and have to say it wasn’t that hard at all! From the corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, and even Irish soda bread – I’m going to share it all with you below!


Corned Beef, Cabbage & Potatoes

What you’ll need

2 lbs Corned Beef (it shrinks a lot so make sure to get enough)

1 head cabbage

Bag red potatoes

Spicy Mustard for dipping


Put corn beef in boiling water with spices. The spices usually come with the corned beef. But if not find the “pickling spice” jar and that will work perfectly. Simmer covered for 3 hours and last half hour add cabbage cut into cubes. Can also add in carrots for more flavor if desired. Boil red potatoes on side until tender and drizzle with olive oil, salt, pepper. Thats it, its really so simple! Don’t forget the spicy mustard!

Now it’s time to make the Irish Soda Bread!


4 cups All Purpose Flour

1 teaspoon Baking Soda

2 teaspoon Baking Powder

1 teaspoon Salt

4 oz Butter softened

1 cup Sugar

2 Eggs

1 1/4 cup Buttermilk

1 cup Raisins


Blend together the wet ingredients first. Cream butter, add sugar, then add eggs, then buttermilk one at a time. Mix in all dry ingredients. Batter will be stiff. Spoon in the raisins. Spray cake pan with non stick cooking spray, and bake 350 degrees for 1 hour. Put a piece of foil on top for the first 30 minutes to make sure top won’t burn. Enjoy! Happy St. Patricks Day!

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This post was originally published March 16th, 2021.

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18 thoughts on “Easy St. Patricks Day Dinner Recipes”

  1. I haven’t cooked a St. Patrick’s Day dinner before, but this year, we were talking about doing something just for fun! I’ll definitely use one of these.

  2. Veronika Sykorova

    Love the plates! It’s my first year getting into celebrating st. Patrick’s day, I can’t wait!

  3. This looks like a feast and a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. I have never tried making Irish Soda Bread and would love to try it. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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