Looking for some delicious ways to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day? Check out this Saint Patrick’s Day Menu with THE BEST fondue recipe you’ll ever have!
Are you doing anything fun for Saint Patrick’s Day 2021? Today, I’m celebrating Saint Patty’s Day with my best blogging friends in our monthly virtual supper club.
For this month’s theme, we are celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day with an amazing menu and gorgeous table decor ideas.
And this month, I’m making an appetizer.
For Saint Patrick’s Day, we shared some green and white table decor ideas.
And today, each of us is preparing a recipe or beverage for the dinner menu.
So come join us and see what we’re having!
If you are coming from my good friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs, welcome to my home! Doesn’t that drink sound amazing? I am a huge fan of white sangria so I can’t wait to try it!!!
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What’s on the Saint Patrick’s Day Menu
(Recipes can be found at the end of this post. Just click the links!)
- Irish Cheddar and Beer Fondue Recipe
- Baked Chicken Reuben
- Garlic and Chive Roasted Baby Potatoes
- The Ultimate Double Chocolate Irish Whiskey Cheesecake Cups
Doesn’t that dinner menu sound amazing?
To do my part, I’m making the best appetizer ever…an Irish Cheddar and Beer Fondue Recipe.
It is SO GOOD and is super easy to make.
Have you ever had fondue before?
Gah! It’s my favorite.
And my kids love it too!
We used to do fondue parties with a groovy 70’s theme for their birthdays and served pizza fondue.
And of course, some chocolate fondues.
It was so fun!
But I digress.
This Irish cheddar and beer fondue recipe is so creamy and delicious.
Plus it is super simple to make.
While you can make it with whatever beer you want, stout makes it better.
Irish Cheddar and Beer Fondue Recipe
- Fondue Pot
- Cutting Board
- Sharp Knives
- Cheese Grater
- Large Mixing Bowl
- Large Sauce Pan
- 2 cups Small Red Potatoes (about 1-1.5 inches)
- 2 cups Broccoli Florets
- 2 cups Cauliflower Florets
- 3 Apples, Cored and Cut Into Wedges
- 1 loaf Italian bread (long and skinny with hard exterior)
- 1 lb Irish Cheddar Cheese, Grated
- 2.5 tbsp All Purpose Flour
- 3/4 – 1 cup Beer (Irish Stout is best)
- 6 tbsp Frozen Apple Juice Concentrate, Thawed
- 1 tbsp Dijon Mustard
- Steam all veggies until tender for about 15 minutes.
- Arrange vegetables and apples around edge of large platter.
- Cut up bread into 1 – 1/5" pieces so it's easy to dip in the fondue.
- Toss cheese with flour in large bowl.
- Bring 3/4 cup beer, juice concentrate and mustard to simmer in large saucepan over medium heat.
- Gradually add cheese.
- Stir constantly until cheese is smooth and melted. Add more stout to thin out if needed.
- Season to taste with salt and pepper.
- Transfer to fondue pot. Serve and enjoy!
I love this recipe because it tastes amazing, but you can use whatever you want to dip in the fondue. You are not limited to what I’ve suggested in this recipe.
Feel free to substitute breads, crackers and other yummy vegetables.
And that’s it! I hope you have an awesome St. Paddy’s Day!
Next up on the Saint Patrick’s Recipe Tour is Jen’s at Midwest Life and Style. She makes the best dishes and those roasted baby potatoes sound like my jam!
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Enjoy the Rest of the Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner Menu!
Now that you’ve seen the appetizer, wait until you check out the rest of the menu.
Michele from Vintage Home Designs
by Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse
by Jen from Midwest Life and Style
By Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms
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