The following craic family recipes, handed down from generation to generation along with sound advice for their preparation, presentation and consumption, have been graciously given to us at How's The Craic. However most of the following recipes are from the authors family.
Craic Advice - Do not skimp on your ingredients. Buy fresh foods and use fresh spices not bottled. Use prime meats for less grease and more flavor.
If anyone would like to submit a recipe our staff would be more than happy to attend a dinner party in order to taste test your recipe in order for it to be considered on our site. E-mail us with directions to the party.
Taste Ireland with Bobby Flay as featured on the Food Network.
Sean's Oysters Rockefeller (A Christmas Favorite)
Mix & Blend together the following to taste:
After being satisfied with your sauce, spoon a generous amount over each oyster then bake for ten minutes. Enjoy.!
Chop and saute:
Brown 2 pounds of ground beef (round or better), drain, and add to above mix.
Add: 30 ounce canned tomatoes
Add: 1.5 tsp of paprika
Cook a half hour longer, adding spices to taste.
Summertime Salad (served cold)
Mix together one envelope of onion soup mix with half a cup of
water, set aside.
When done these should resemble White Castle hamburgers.
3 1/2 lbs Lamb shoulder 1 tbsp orange juice
cut the lamb into large chunks. Heat the olive oil in a large heavy pan and add the meat. When the lamb is well browned on all sides add the stock. Bring it to a boil then lower the heat and simmer covered for 1 1/2 hours. Peel and slice the potatoes, chop the peppers and add the vegetables to the stock. Stir in the remaining ingredients except for the sherry. Simmer for another 1/2 hour. Remove the stew from the heat, stir in the sherry and serve.
Preparation time: 20 minutes
Abbie's Irish Scones
4 cups all-purpose flour ½ cup butter
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees
Sift dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. Cut in butter as
for pie crust. Add raisin, set aside.
John's famous Wings of Fire
Clean with water one large package of chicken wings.
We've been asked a lot: Where can I buy Irish Foods?
There are several Irish Import Stores in the Chicago area as well as
butchers, meat markets, etc., that sell many fine Irish Imported goods,
including foods. However, we have recently discovered that the Butera
Finer Foods located at 4761 N. Nagle Ave, Harwood Heights, IL, has several
Irish products, including beverages, at reasonable prices. Shop around
but be wary of shelf time, just like purchasing any food item.
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