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St Patrick’s Day Appetizers

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While Corned Beef or Irish Stew might be the main feast… try some of these favorite St Patrick’s Day Appetizers to get the party started.

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More Americans identify as Irish than the population of Ireland itself. Second, only to Germany, Irish heritage is strong in America with Northeastern states ranking highest. In fact, 21% of the population in Massachusetts claim Irish heritage.

St Patrick’s Day Appetizers

Find your Green, make some Irish Coffee, or No-Churn Irish Coffee Ice Cream, stream your favorite Irish music, and let’s celebrate with St Patrick’s Day Appetizers, comfort food, and more!

For heartier fare, you may want to check out our Irish Pub Recipes or Classic Irish Recipes: Emerald Isle Comfort Food.

Or classic Irish recipes like Easy One Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage or make it in a pressure cooker with the Instant Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe.

For dessert ideas, Green St Patrick’s Day Treats that are Mostly Easy or the perennial favorite Cast Iron Irish Apple Cake.

And please, don’t skip the soda bread!

How to Make An Irish Cheeseboard

Cheeseboard or charcuterie boards are always a good idea. If you want to make one for St. Patrick’s Day, here are a few ingredient tips for making one at home.

Begin with the cheeses.

Irish Central says, “The number one rule for putting together a cheese board is variety – you want to make sure there’s a range of flavors, textures, and colors. Aim for one hard cheese, such as an Irish cheddar; a strong cheese such as an Irish blue; a semi-soft cheese like a Farmhouse Cheese such as Gubbeen; and a soft cheese such as Irish goat cheese.”

Add the accompaniments.

For non-dairy options, choose fresh fruits, like apple slices, strawberries, and grapes are perfect. Dried fruit is also nice like figs, cranberries, apricots, raisins, or dates.

Then add nuts like almonds, walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts, and Brazil nuts for lovely texture contrast.

Finally, include slices of Irish brown bread, cream crackers, or oat crackers. 

St Patricks Day Appetizers to Kickstart the Party

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