Crusty on the outside, hearty and dense on the inside, Irish soda bread is a rustic baked good that’s quick and easy to make completely from scratch. True to its name, the dough uses baking soda. There’s no finicky yeast, and no waiting for it to rise before you bake. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.
When the weather gets chilly, warm up with classic side dishes like these homemade kale mashed potatoes. The simple combination of healthy greens and hearty roots will become a staple in your household, and it pairs well with almost any entree. Get the recipe now on Foodal and add it to your collection.
Nothing fills up your belly better than a hearty, slow-cooked beef stew with carrots, onions, and potatoes. In our version, we give it even more robust flavor by adding a whole bottle of Guinness stout. Mixed with tomatoes, garlic, and fresh herbs, our stew is a real crowd pleaser. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
If you want to get your chocolate fix, and enjoy a bit of booze at the same time, make this dessert. Our Guinness stout chocolate cupcakes topped with Baileys buttercream frosting will give you a luscious sweet treat with flavors you’ll love. So raise a pint, and spill it in some batter. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Do you want to try truly authentic Irish comfort food? This coddle recipe will tickle your taste-buds with loads of red skinned potatoes, a ton of sausage, a wallop of sausage, and all topped off with a bottle of Irish stout beer. Have an Irish Pub in your own kitchen with this super tasty stew. Get the recipe now.
Want a nice bit of comfort food, but don’t want to eat any meat? Try our vegetarian version of shepherd’s pie, made with bountiful veggies. This warm casserole features layers of wholesome ingredients like bulgur wheat, lentils, tomatoes, onions, and potatoes. Make this healthy update on a classic dish, now on Foodal.