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St. Patrick's Day Side Dishes

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Easy Colcannon

This tasty and traditional Irish recipe for buttery potatoes and cabbage is good any time of year. —Pam Kennedy, Lubbock, Texas
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Mashed Potato Spinach Bake

Mashed Potato Spinach Bake

Mashed Potato Spinach Bake

I LIKE this potato recipe because it’s a make-ahead dish and when the company rings the bell, it can be placed in the oven. Of Swedish origin, it was first served to my husband and me when we visited our daughter in Michigan and this was part of her Easter meal. She had received it from a friend.

Mashed Potatoes 'n' Brussels Sprouts

Mashed Potatoes 'n' Brussels Sprouts

Mashed Potatoes 'n' Brussels Sprouts

Tired of eating the same old mashed white potatoes? Try this tasty recipe. These potatoes are fluffy and delicious.

New England Boiled Dinner

New England Boiled Dinner

New England Boiled Dinner

I enjoy fixing this dish on chilly days. I also use this recipe on St. Patrick's Day since all the ingredients are appropriate for that traditional meal.
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Dilled New Potatoes

Dilled New Potatoes

Dilled New Potatoes

With six kids at home, I try to grow as much of our own food as possible, and our big potato patch means easy and affordable meals for much of the year. For this fresh and tasty side dish, I season red potatoes with homegrown dill. —Jennifer Ferris, Bronson, Michigan

Supreme Green Vegetable Bake

Supreme Green Vegetable Bake

Supreme Green Vegetable Bake

My paternal grandmother passed this recipe down to me. She also offered comments on different ways to prepare this dish, "so as not to become bored with the same old dish over and over." She was a great inspiration for my love of baking and cooking.—Priscilla Gilbert, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida

Shredded Potato Cakes

Shredded Potato Cakes

Shredded Potato Cakes

Preparing traditional potato pancakes can be a time-consuming process...so you'll really relish this recipe. By using frozen hash browns, these "spudtacular" hot-off-the-griddle pancakes are ready in a hurry!

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Even though Connie Lou Bommers can't lay claim to Irish ancestry, this Pella, Iowa subscriber calls St. Patrick's Day one of her favorite holidays. "Everything about it is so festive," she enthuses, "especially the food." Connie shares the dinner she prepares, starting with this succulent corned beef recipe. "Aside from Christmas, it's the meal we most enjoy," she affirms.—Connie Lou Blommers, Pella, Iowa

Beans with Parsley Sauce

Beans with Parsley Sauce

Beans with Parsley Sauce

You'll likely find the main ingredient for this dish right in your garden. For a bit of extra color, try mixing wax beans with green beans. The flavor is worth definitely worth the preparation time.—Veronica Teipel, Manchester, Missouri

Irish Herbed Potatoes

Irish Herbed Potatoes

Irish Herbed Potatoes

It wouldn't be St. Patrick's Day without potatoes. The herbs make these extra tasty. —Connie Lou Blommers, Pella, Iowa

Chunky Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Chunky Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Chunky Garlic Mashed Potatoes

I like to dress up these mashed spuds with a whole bulb of roasted garlic. It may seem like overkill, but once cooked, any harshness mellows out and you're left with sweet and delicate garlic flavor. —Mrs. Jackie Gregston, Hallsville, Texas

Easy Corned Beef and Cabbage

Easy Corned Beef and Cabbage

Easy Corned Beef and Cabbage

"I first tried this fuss-free way to cook traditional corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day a few years ago. Now it's a regular in my menu planning. This is terrific with Dijon mustard and crusty bread."—Karen Waters, Laurel, Maryland
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