If you think you’ve tried everything in Irish cuisine, and tasted it all, then it’s high time to bring out the essential Irish family dishes! Away from the Irish Stew, or Colcannon, you’ll have to try Guinness Pie, an Irish meat and beer pie often served in Dublin’s old pubs… A simple but convivial dish, to be enjoyed mainly on cold Irish winter days!
A pie drizzled with beer or Irish cider!
Irish grandmothers have passed down the recipe for Irish Pie for generations!
Some make it with turkey, chicken, cider, but the real traditional recipe is with beef, onions, and the inevitable Guinness, that Irish brown beer famous for its smooth bitterness!
This meat pie is mainly cooked in autumn and winter, and is usually accompanied by a good pint of stout. It’s a great way to warm up and enjoy!