Irish cuisine

Irish cuisine
 The most original cuisine of the British Isles - is Irish cuisine. Most likely, this is due to the specific climate and landscape of North and South of Ireland, but I suppose that it is in the character of the Irish people is the secret. Irish chefs he has never differed vanity. And now they are preparing meat customs of their ancestors: directly over an open fire. Irish cuisine is very diverse: from seafood to meat dishes, from potato dishes to gourmet pastries.

Basis Irish cuisine - this is a common peasant food, which does not differ to any delights. In the coastal area of ​​Ireland residents menu consists of fish dishes, and in other areas - from meat dishes, and most often it is lamb or pork. The whole country eats potatoes. Most of the dishes prepared on the basis of vegetables, potatoes and meat, with a variety of spices and seasonings.

Now and get exactly what originally was part of the recipe for Irish stew. Today the cause is anything that can be found in the kitchen. The most important requirement - the dish should be thick and nutritious. Classic stew recipe: potatoes, onions, turnips or carrots with cumin, thyme, salt and pepper and, of course, lamb neck.

Irish chefs love to mix everything. For example, in one dish can be prepared and bacon, and potatoes, and sausage, and other ingredients. Grill mix very popular: roasting lamb, pork and Irish sausages. Most of the dishes prepared with different types of meat, baked in pies, which are particularly revered in Ireland. Fish dishes favored foods from salmon and cod. Connoisseurs of fine dining will appreciate oysters, served with seaweed. Irish eat red algae, and often mix them with mashed potatoes.

Potatoes - the main crop in the country. It is he who comes in almost all Irish soups, pies, muffins, pies and cakes. Colcannon - the most famous national dish of the popular vegetable, which is made of mashed potatoes, chopped cabbage, onions and spices.

Boxty - this Irish pancakes of grated potatoes. Herring - "star" Irish cooking. Eat it pickled or her put in potato casseroles.

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