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Thread: Looking for St. Patrick Day favorite recipes...from bread, biscuits...to

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    Super Member QuiltingNinaSue's Avatar
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    Looking for St. Patrick Day favorite recipes...from bread, biscuits...to

    Main courses and dessert. Planning on Corn Beef and Cabbage with Irish Soda Bread with Green Velvet Cake from www.foodnetwork.com but would like to other recipes that you use and like.

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    Super Member Elisabrat's Avatar
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    For my kids I always do a traditional boil method they love that. But my man, is another story.

    So for him I bake a corned beef and this is what I do:
    BAKED CORNED BEEF

    Removed corned beef brisket from package. DO Not use the added spice package. Take brisket coat in oil, then add onion powder, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Place in a foil lined, sprayed pan. Cover tightly with foil. Bake for 2 hours unopened. Take out of oven drain off any oil and juices in pan. Coat with bbq sauce of choice foil cover agan, bake 1 hour. remove foil. Bake 20 minutes or so longer til slightly crispy on the top. You have such a tender piece of meat, tastes like bbq and yet its corned beef so its a win!!! (for those who don't eat corned beef).

    Cabbage: slice fine like for shredded cabbage. 1/2 sliced onion. set aside.
    in frying pan cook bacon 4 slices diced til crisp. remove bacon set aside for later use.
    Cook cabbage, onion, salt and pepper to taste 1/4 cup water, cover cook 15 minutes. drain water.
    ADD 1/2 of diced apple to mix cook uncovered til all is tender. Toss in bacon, cook til heated through and serve. Makes a slightly sweet cabbage but not traditional with the corned beef. Also salt and pepper before serving to taste we like a lot so not much help there do know that kids who wont eat cabbage will eat this one. Think its the apples and bacon myself not the cabbage. perhaps it hids it enough??
    Linda
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    Junior Member marsharini's Avatar
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    Best Soda Bread Recipe. Tried and true. I make it every St Pat's Day and take it to work for my coworkers to enjoy.


    3 C. Flour
    C. Sugar
    1 T. Baking powder
    1 tsp. Salt
    tsp. Baking soda
    1 C. Raisins
    1 T. Caraway seeds (optional)
    1 C. Buttermilk
    4 T. Butter, melted

    Preheat to 350 degrees. Grease a two quart round casserole dish. In a
    bowl combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and baking soda. Stir
    in raisins (and caraway seed). With a fork, blend in buttermilk and
    melted butter until evenly moist. Turn the mixture into the casserole
    dish and cut an "X" across the top. Bake approximately 1 hr 10 min or
    until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

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    Both recipes sound so goooood!! Thanks, ladies.

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