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Falafels

Falafels

Although these are obviously not a traditional Irish dish they are definitely popular here. I believe the key to an excellence falafel is in the spices. In this recipe, I am liberal with the use of cumin and coriander and although they are not hot they add wonderful richness. Feel free to add chopped chile if you want extra heat.

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Smoked Salmon and Gubbeen Cheddar Quiche

Smoked Salmon and Gubbeen Cheddar Quiche

This is a special treat and is lovely for a weekend treat when you have a little bit more time on your hands for baking. The pastry can always be doubled and the second dough placed in the freezer. Take it out the night before you wish to use it and begin from step five.

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Breadcrumbed Mussels

Breadcrumbed Mussels

This is a quick treat that can be a starter or placed on a plate and everyone can help themselves. These are incredibly moreish, so the serving size is generous. The mussels can be boiled and breadcrumbed in advance and can even be frozen at this stage to take out whenever you fancy.

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Kerry Apple Cake

Kerry Apple Cake

This traditional Irish cake has become very popular in the last few years. This is an incredibly light and moist cake with a crisp, moreish topping. It is best served with warm custard or natural yoghurt.

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