Carrageen Citrus Pudding

Orange and Lemon Carrageen Pudding - Carrageen is a seaweed, after it's been processed, the carrageen retains only the slightest taste or scent of the sea. It adds a unique flavor to a dessert, an edgy, slightly spicy quality. This taste works particularly well with citrus flavors, and treatments including orange, or lemon, or both -- as in this pudding

Orange and Lemon Carrageen Pudding - Carrageen is a seaweed, after it's been processed, the carrageen retains only the slightest taste or scent of the sea. It adds a unique flavor to a dessert, an edgy, slightly spicy quality. This taste works particularly well with citrus flavors, and treatments including orange, or lemon, or both -- as in this pudding

Carrageen Citrus Puddings — The Flourishing Pantry

Carrageen Citrus Puddings

Carrageen Citrus Puddings — The Flourishing Pantry

Family-friendly recipes and snippets of family life from an Irish kitchen.

Family-friendly recipes and snippets of family life from an Irish kitchen.

Irish Butter-Poached Scallops with Leeks and Sweet Garden Peas

Irish Butter-Poached Scallops with Leeks and Sweet Garden Peas

Irish Butter-Poached Scallops with Leeks and Sweet Garden Peas from Cindy's Supper Club by Cindy Pawlcyn via Andrews Andrews Fine Cooking

Colcannon Soup - Bring a bit of the Irish to your soup bowl! Inspired by Irish Colcannon (mashed potatoes and cabbage), this soup feature cabbage, leeks and red potatoes, for a hearty bowl any time.

Irish Colcannon Soup

Colcannon Soup - Bring a bit of the Irish to your soup bowl! Inspired by Irish Colcannon (mashed potatoes and cabbage), this soup feature cabbage, leeks and red potatoes, for a hearty bowl any time.

Irish Pub Pasties--a perfect easy recipe for St. Patrick's Day that the whole family will love!

Irish Pub Pasties

Irish Pub Pasties--a perfect easy recipe for St. Patrick's Day that the whole family will love!

Great A traditional Irish solution to post-pub hunger: Dublin Coddle

Great A traditional Irish solution to post-pub hunger: Dublin Coddle

Colcannon: mashed potatoes with kale, leeks, cream, and lots of butter!

Colcannon: mashed potatoes with kale, leeks, cream, and lots of butter!

Fried mackerel fillets with oatmeal - Oatmeal is historically an important ingredient in the Irish store cupboard - we cook it with water or milk and call it porridge and ate it for breakfast. Here the raw oatmeal is used to cook mackerel fillets to give a crunchy topping..... from RECIPES::Irish Food

Fried mackerel fillets with oatmeal - Oatmeal is historically an important ingredient in the Irish store cupboard - we cook it with water or milk and call it porridge and ate it for breakfast. Here the raw oatmeal is used to cook mackerel fillets to give a crunchy topping..... from RECIPES::Irish Food

Irish Shepherd's Pie.  If you like lamb, this is really tasty.  (It took me about 3 hours to make tonight, but I am a noob.)

Irish Shepherd's Pie. If you like lamb, this is really tasty. (It took me about 3 hours to make tonight, but I am a noob.)

Corned beef and cabbage is not actually real #Irish food. The traditional dish is #Ireland's version of bacon with cabbage.

Is Traditional Irish Food in America Accurate

Corned beef and cabbage is not actually real #Irish food. The traditional dish is #Ireland's version of bacon with cabbage.

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