Traditional Irish Recipes from Ireland

Tradition Irish Family Recipes

Traditional Irish recipes from Ireland are becoming harder and harder to find these days as everyone jumps on the bandwagon of healthy this and healthy that. 

Is there dairy in those spuds, well if there is I can’t eat any of that.

Is there gluten in this ice cream because I couldn’t touch it if there is.

The world as we know it is changing. Traditional recipes are being altered to suit the trends and little by little traditional recipes are being lost.  Growing up in Ireland as a kid we never worried about Gluten, Dairy Intolerance or Saturated fats.  We just ate good home cooked meals and we got outside to play as often as we could.

Food was basic but delicious and prepared fresh each and every day.  Bread was often baked fresh and some families used to have their milk delivered to their door straight from the farm, you just can’t beat full fat milk.

That’s why I hope with this food blog to bring to you, the reader, who wants to make an actual recipe that families across the country of Ireland have made at some stage and not to modern version of it.

As an Irish Chef and food lover it is my passion to keep the tradition of cooking traditional Irish food going and I hope that some of these recipes you will enjoy and perhaps try for yourself.  Once you have given them a try then, and only then should you make little changes to suit your own style and tastes, making this recipe your own that you can pass on to your family.

I believe it is very important that as a nation we do our very best to keep and pass on traditional Irish recipes and encourage others to try and cook them for themselves. I fear that if we don’t do this then skills, knowledge and traditions of Irish cooking will be lost and replaced with modern, “trendy” versions of the recipes we once loved.

I hope you enjoy these recipes and I will do my best to keep up to date on bringing you only the best of Traditional Irish recipes from Ireland.

Slán

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