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The New Irish Breakfast

The New Irish Breakfast


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Start early this St. Patrick’s Day with this early morning cocktail

Every day should start with a nice, cold glass of orange juice, right? This St. Patrick’s Day, start your day off right with this simple two-ingredient cocktail that’s super fruity and just a little naughty.

This recipe is courtesy of Drizly.

Ingredients

  • 2 Ounces banana-infused whiskey, preferably Jameson Irish Whiskey
  • 2 Ounces fresh-squeezed orange juice
  • Black sugar sprinkles, for garnish

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving167

Folate equivalent (total)17µg4%


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


Traditional Irish Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a taste of St. Patrick's Day? Well Anna Rossi and Brian Buckley are in The Chef's Pantry making a traditional Irish breakfast. Recipe Below!

INGREDIENTS:
1 lb Irish Bangers
1/2 lb Irish Rashers
1 lb Black Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
1 lb White Pudding, sliced into 1/2” medallions
6 eggs
Irish Soda Bread
Kerrigold Butter

PREPARATION:
Over medium heat, begin by melting a tablespoon of butter in a large sauté pan. Add the bangers and begin to brown, rotating occasionally for even color.
When the bangers are almost cooked through, add the rashers to the same pan. Add more butter, if necessary.
In a separate pan over medium heat, melt a TBS of butter and add the black and white pudding. Sear until they are cooked through and have a golden buttered color on both sides.
Plate the meat and just before serving, cook your eggs sunny side up.
Serve with a hearty slice of Irish Soda Bread smothered in Kerrigold butter!
Pairings:
“Irish Coffee” or and “Irish Tea Party” both make a delicious way to start the day with this classic breakfast


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