St. Patrick's Day Party & Foodie Idea's

St. Patrick's Day Party & Foodie Idea's

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Philadelphia, Pa - It doesn’t take the Luck o’ the Irish to throw a great St. Patrick’s Day party. McCormick has developed tips and recipes for a festive celebration you’ll enjoy as much as your guests – including a make-ahead corned beef and ideas for using food color to tint food and drinks green.Philadelphia, PA It doesn’t take the Luck o’ the Irish to throw a great St. Patrick’s Day party. McCormick has developed tips and recipes for a festive celebration you’ll enjoy as much as your guests – including a make-ahead corned beef and ideas for using food color to tint food and drinks green.


Create Celtic Classics: Offer a one-pot recipe which is Cooked in advance so you'll be able to spend more time mingling. With guests. Try one of these crowd-pleasing Irish favorites as your primary dish:

  • Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage – allow your slow cooker to perform the work. With a preparation time of merely 10 minutes, this particular Irish staple simmers in flavor during the day, creating a yummy and tender party entrée.
  • Shepherds Pie with Cumin & Smashed Chickpeas – offer up this make-ahead one-dish dish filled with flavor coming from warm chickpeas, potatoes, roasted cumin, seasoned beef, and lamb. Merely bake before placing on the table.

Get Car-Away-ed with Irish Flavor: Caraway is a traditional component in Irish cuisine. Add caraway to sips as well as sides for even more traditional party fare:

  • Caraway Cheese Spread – Add some Irish touches to store-bought cheese spread by merely mixing in caraway seeds – it’s a breeze to prepare.
  • Irish Soda Bread – A simple, quick bread, try both a Traditional or Irish Cheddar adaptation for a yummy side to your delicious dinners.
  • Caraway Stout Cocktail – create a caraway-infused simple syrup to flavor this mixed drink that makes use of Irish whiskey as well as traditional stout beer.

It’s Easy Being Green - Make use of this St. Patrick’s Day coloring tips for tinting store-purchased frosting and cake mix in various shades of green. Add green food coloring to cocktails, appetizers or sweets to put even more Irish pizzazz to your table:

  • Irish Spuds and Dip – color your ranch dip green and pair alongside potato wedges for a very simple appetizer.
  • Green Beer – Add some green food coloring to your favorite ice-cold brew to have an easy St. Patrick’s inspired beverage.
  • Leprechaun Lemonade – offer this alcohol-free green lemonade, ideal for little Leprechauns and adults as well.
  • Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies – Transform a classic into a green-tinted minty chocolate chip cookie most appropriate for St. Pat’s.
  • Easy Green Velvet Cupcakes – astonish your party guests with this green velvet treat which takes cake mix to delicious new heights along with vanilla extract, sour cream, and cocoa.

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