Dine in True Irish Fashion

Irish Lamb stew

As St. Patrick’s Day is quickly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about your Irish-inspired dishes (if you haven’t already). Whether you are hosting an annual get-together with friends or enjoying a cozy night-in with the family; these Irish-inspired New Zealand Spring Lamb recipes will surely take your celebrations to the next level AND you won’t need the luck of the Irish to make them!

Irish Stew

This classic stew features tender New Zealand Spring Lamb, hearty carrots and potatoes, all topped off with some herbs, spices, and of course some Irish stout. Our boneless and tender lamb shoulder is a great source of protein and adds a delicious flavor to this comforting Irish stew.

Shanks with Peas, Mint and Lime

Braised for two hours at 350°F, slow-roasted lamb shanks are worth the wait! This desirable meat is so tender that it practically falls off the bone. For the ultimate festive comfort food, consider serving this dish alongside a helping of creamy garlic mashed potatoes or your other favorite pot of gold.

Lamb and Potato Bake

It wouldn’t be St. Patrick’s Day without a dish with more potatoes! Our New Zealand Spring Lamb and Potato Bake is perfect for any type of gathering because you can make it ahead of time and put it in the oven to cook when your guests arrive. This dish features our naturally lean ground lamb as it is a delightful and easy alternative to using fattier proteins.

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with these carefully crafted, tasty and traditional Irish recipes made with the most delicious New Zealand Spring Lamb. These hearty & divine dishes are so good, that you might not be able to wait until St. Patrick’s Day to dig in – and that’s okay!