Irish stew is a famous Irish speciality made from lamb stew (in the absence of lamb, sheep or beef will fit the bill) served with potatoes and carrots. Usually served in Irish Pubs with a pint of Irish stout Irish stew is an as simple as tasty course.
If there is one Irish course to taste absolutely this is Irish stew ! Nowadays this is a very popular traditional dish served in most of pubs and restaurants in Ireland (An Irish Pub wich does not have it on the menu is probably hard to find !).
It is served often for less than 10€ per person wich made it a course as gustatory as reasonable for limited budgets! All of this would thrill students looking for simple and effective meals without forgetting quality of the dish!
As well as being an economical course it is above all a course offering a wealth of flavours and taste. Lamb perfectly matches potatoes and onions and the resulting sauce is delicious when added to Brown Bread… Add it a great pint of Irish beer and you will reach Even!
Prefer eating this course on a rainy day : indeed Irish stew is far from a summer dish and it could warm you up overmuch ! Choose an Irish pud both serving it and offering traditional Irish music shows : you cannot find better as authenticity is concerned!
Here are basic ingredients of this Irish stew : 1,5kg of lamb neck and ribs 1kg of potatoes 5 carrots 500g of onions 25g of parsley thyme salt pepper