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Looking for some Irish soup recipes to make for your St. Patrick's Day party? Here are a few themed Irish soup recipes for you to enjoy!
Luck of the Irish Kettle Soup
Corned beef was originally substituted by the Irish Americans for bacon in the late 1800's. Many believe that eating corned beef with cabbage on St. Patrick's Day brings good luck throughout the year.
Easy Irish Coddle
Coddle is a traditional Irish dish. It is considered a comfort food in Ireland and is typically eaten during the winter months. Coddle is steamed not boiled so a tight fitting lid on the soup pot is essential.
End of the Rainbow Golden Soup
By reserving some of the carrots and placing it in the soup when ready to serve everyone can find the gold at the end of the rainbow.
Irish Brew Potato Soup
If your soup is not as thick as you like add a little arrow root to the boiling broth. Be sure to stir it well and only add a little at time until you have reached the desired thickness.