by Lee Wyatt
(last updated March 8, 2010)
Irish stew is a wonderful dish that has a long and colorful history originating in the Emerald Isle. Simple to make and wonderful to taste, this stew will definitely fill you up. Whether you are looking for a new stew to try out, want something to tryout when you have your family over for St. Patrick's Day, or you simply would like to have a dish that will warm you up on a cold winter's day then look no further.
Once the potatoes have become tender enough to slice with a little gentle pressure from a fork, it is ready to serve. Serve the stew while it is still hot, with some soda bread and a little apple mash on the side. This recipe will serve 12 people, so please feel free to add or reduce the amount as needed to meet your needs.
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