Some of Ireland's most beloved recipes, like Irish Soda Bread and Irish Stew can easily be adapted to gluten-free recipes. This makes celebrating St. Patrick's Day a lot more fun, as does the availability of gluten-free beer!
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Our gluten-free version of traditional Irish stew calls for a wee bit of sweet rice flour which thickens the broth beautifully. For best flavor, make Irish stew one day before you plan to serve it.
02 of 09
This recipe makes a light, classic loaf of Irish Soda Bread with terrific flavor and texture. If you tolerate dairy foods and can find it, serve Gluten-Free Irish Soda Bread with Kerry Gold butter — the rich, deep yellow, creamery butter from Ireland.
03 of 09
Gluten-Free Irish Oatmeal Soup
Authentically Irish, this lovely green soup is full of healthy vegetables including spinach, mushrooms, onions and of course potatoes.
04 of 09
Elaine Lemm, our fantastic British and Irish Food expert says that this recipe is called "Tattie Scones or Potato Scones" in Scotland, and in Ireland, it's called "Fadge or Potato Bread." Whatever you call this dish, these little potato rolls are easy to make, economical and a good use for leftover mashed potatoes. Fadge can be baked or pan-fried.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
"Ireland's national dish is Irish stew. A traditional Irish stew was always made with mutton, but more often nowadays, is made with lamb. Controversy reigns over whether vegetables other than potatoes should be added; adding onions, leeks and carrots not only adds extra flavor but also nutrition to the stew. The choice is yours." - Elaine Lemm, Guide to British and Irish Food
06 of 09
Gluten-Free Irish Barmbrack (Yeast Bread)
"Brack is one of Ireland's most famous bakery products." Barmbrack is a yeast bread, unlike more common Irish bread leavened only with baking soda. This recipe for Gluten-Free Barmbrack is laced with fragrant fresh lemon peel, plump raisins and chopped candied ginger. The golden loaf is slightly sweet and delicious!
07 of 09
A classic recipe for Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage, with carrots, onion, turnips and of course potatoes, this is my favorite St. Patrick's Day dinner recipe. This well-seasoned recipe comes from Diana Rattray from the Guide to Southern Food.
08 of 09
What better to serve alongside a warm slice of Gluten and Dairy Free Irish Soda Bread or Gluten-Free Barm Brack than a warm, cheery bowl of Gluten-Free Creamy Potato Leek Soup? This recipe can be adapted to dairy free diets as well, perfect for celebrating St. Patrick's Day when you're not only gluten-free but dairy free too! Recipe for Creamy Gluten-Free Potato Leek SoupContinue to 9 of 9 below.
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"Champ, like Colcannon, is another way of using potatoes either from fresh or as a way to use up leftover ones. This Irish Champ Recipe shows just how easy it is to make from scratch." - Elaine Lemm, Guide to British and Irish Food