Aug 30, 2009
1 pound boneless pork loin, cut into 1x1x1/4-inch strips
1 (1.25 ounce) package Old El Paso(R) Taco Seasoning Mix
1 tablespoon oil
1 cup Old El Paso(R) Salsa
1 cup canned spicy chili beans, undrained
1/4 cup apricot preserves
1 (4.6 ounce) package Old El Paso(R) Taco Shells
10 pitted ripe olives, sliced
5 green onions, chopped
Welcome to the irelandseye.com page on Irish recipes and Irish baking; full of traditional meals and dishes set out with easy to follow instructions.
Apple Jelly - This well-flavoured jelly is very easy to make and will keep -if given a chance.
Barmbrack - Traditional Irish bread.
Beef in Guinness - The Guinness in this recipe has the same function as the wine in Coq Au Vin.
Boxty - Boxty is a traditional potato dish, celebrated in the rhyme.
Irish Breakfast - The best way to start a day.
Champ - Champ is a simple warming dish which is cheap, easy to produce and very filling.
Dublin Coddle - This is a very popular dish, especially in Dublin, and has been so for many years.
Corned Beef and Cabbage - Corned beef is brisket, topside or silverside which has been pickled in brine.
Gooseberry Crumble - This dish is an easily prepared and economical dessert.
Limerick Ham - To the Irish, ham is a cured leg of pork.
Irish Coffee - Irish Coffee and Hot Whiskey.
Dublin Lawyer - This dish is delicious and traditional - a happy combination.
Mutton Broth - It is a good idea to make this broth a day in advance.
Irish Pancakes - These are also known as Scotch Pancakes, especially in the north.
Pea and Ham Soup - This soup is made with dried peas.
Porter Cake - Porter is a type of dark Irish beer, not now as widely available as it once was.
Pot of Tea - It is easy to make a poor cup of tea.
Rhubarb Crumble - A fruit fool is a simple and delicious dessert, rich and creamy - but not overly so.
Baked Salmon - There is no doubt that this is an expensive dish.
Brown Scones - A traditional recipe for brown scones.
Soda Bread - This bread is popular throughout Ireland.
Blackberry Sorbet - A fresh fruit sorbet is a delightfully refreshing culmination to any meal.
Spiced Beef - Spiced beef is traditionally eaten at Christmas time.
Irish Stew - Irish stew is easy to make and if made with mutton and cooked slowly will be both flavorsome and tender.
Potato Farl - Also known as potato cake or potato bread, this is very much a northern dish.
Potato Soup - The basis of a good soup - especially a simple soup such as this - is a good stock.
Dulse and Yellowman - Dulse is a purple edible seaweed.
Buttermilk Scones - Morning coffee and afternoon tea would not be complete without fresh scones.
Chocolate Cake - The "Irishness" of this lovely chocolate cake is thanks not only to the wonderful liqueur used in the filling, but also to a certain, very Irish, ingredient in the cake mixture itself, which contributes to its moistness.
Lemon and Vanilla Curd Cake - Curds were once an important part of the Irish diet.
Currant Squares - Here is an unsurpassed favourite, especially when made with a delicate flaky pastry.
Flakemeal Crunchies - This is an updated version of the ever-popular oat biscuit.
Kerry Apple Cake - This cake does not keep very well, but that is not usually a problem, as you can be sure it will disappear very quickly!
Oatcakes - Oats are one of our oldest natural crops.
Potato Bread - Also known as fadge or potato cake.
Country Rhubarb Cake - Both my parents ate this as children, dished straight out of the oven.
1 Tablespoon of Hershey's Cocoa
3 cups of sugar
1/8 teaspoon of salt
1.5 cups of milk (evaporated milk)
3 tablespoons of peanut butter
1/8 cup or margarine or butter
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1/2 cup of cold water in cup
Butter a large platter. Get the cold water ready in a cup and put it near your pot. Combine all dry ingredients; cocoa, sugar and salt. Mix them well. When mixed, add milk, stir well. Bring to a boil and lower heat. Cook until a small ball forms when a drop is placed in cold water. (Keep changing your water between tries) When a small ball forms, remove from heat and add peanut butter, butter, and vanilla. Stir quickly (it will be hardening.) Pour into a buttered dish and allow to cool. Cut into squares.
These recipes are very good. Before you decide what you will cook, put your pot of rice to cook then work on it. Everything goes well with rice. The Corn and Shrimp Soup is a new recipe. It is fantastic.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chicken and Oyster Gumbo
Vegetarian Red Beans
Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Large Chicken Salad
Cajunized Egg Rolls
Corn and Shrimp Soup
Tarte Au La Bouillie
Hog's Head Cheese
Cornish Game Hens
Pineapple Chicken Stir Fry
Lemon Chicken Tacos
Lemon Salsa Chicken
Baked Pineapple Chicken Breasts
Grilled Pepper Jelly Glazed Chicken
Marinated Chicken Kabobs
Sweet and Sour Chicken
Veggie Pork Kabobs
Lemon-Rosemary Pork Tenderloin
Orange-Glazed Boneless Ribs
Grilled Fire Shrimp
Garlic Shrimp Stir-Fry
Soups, Stews and Chili
Granny's Special Chili
Spreads, Sauces and Salad Dressings
Spicy Mustard Spread
Hot Bacon Mustard Dressing
Sweet Pineapple Sausage Rolls
Bell Pepper Cheese Nachos
Pineapple Glaze Cheeseball
Cilantro Bean Dip
Sweet and Sour Meatballs
Mandarin Orange Kielbasa Slices
French Bread Roll-Up