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presentation food and drink in Ireland



The unmissable Irish stew

  • composed of lamb, potatoes, carrots and onions

  • mix between soup and stew

  • favorite dish of Irish


Shepherd's pie

  • typical Irish speciality

  • made from potatoes, beef, carrots and peas

  • to eat with green salade and pint of Irish beer

The Irish cuisine

Irish cuisine can be divided intro to distinct sets :

- Traditional cuisine, made of simple dishes
- Modern cuisine served in hotel and restaurants

typicals desserts


porter cake

  • Irish gastronomic specialty
  • made from raisins and spices
  • made from Guiness ( brown beer with a very strong flavour)
  • Irish like to taste them wich a good Irish tea

apple crumbel cake

  • A mixture of apples, nuts and cinnamon
  • Is a great classic of Irish cuisine
  • At tea times, it pairs perfectly with a little whipped cream, or vanilla ice cream


Recipe of apple crumble cake :

ingredients for the cake dough:
110 g soft butter
150 g brown sugar
3 eggs
210 g flour
1 tablespoon of baking powder
1 pinch salt
1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder
4 apples
ingredients for the crumble:
50 g powdered sugar
50 g flour
50g butter

preparation of the crumble:
In a bowl, combine the sugar, butter and flour by hand to make a sandy dough.
Sprinkle the crumble over the apples.
Bake for about 45 minutes until the top layer begins to brown.
Let it cool and then treat yourself!preparation of the dough:
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.
In a bowl, whisk the butter and brown sugar until smooth.
Add the eggs one by one, and mix between each addition until well incorporated.
Pour in the flour, baking powder and add the cinnamon and mix. you will get a relatively thick dough.
pour your dough into a pre-buttered mould. smooth the surface.
Peel and dice the apples. Place them on top of the dough and press them lightly.

Irish drinks



The potcheen

  • irish traditional drink

  • between 6o% and 95% alcohol

The whisky


  • generally 40 degrees

  • made of maltless barley, but usually and distilled three times

Irish coffee


  • mix of coffee and whiskey with a whipped cream

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