St Patrick’s day is upon us and if you fancy celebrating the day with some food why not opt for an Irish Stew?
This recipe fromJamie Oliver’s Food Tubechannel shows you how to quickly make a tasty Irish stew using lamb, potato and the classic combination of carrot, onion and celery for the base.
The video walks you through all the steps needed to make an Irish stew at home but traditionalists be warned, the stew is finished with a potato top that’s curated in the oven rather than adding the potatoes to stew in the pot with the rest of the ingredients.
If you really want to celebrate in style then why not also make some traditional Irish soda bread to go with the stew? Nothing beats soaking up the juices of a stew with a healthy chunk of bread. This video will show you how it’s done and here you can read about the true history of Irish soda bread.
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