Chicken is coaxed to tenderness in beer in this braised chicken with root vegetables. Simple to make, complex in taste, prepare for kudos.
It’s truly a shame that the pan sauce calls for just a half cup of Guinness. What, oh what, to do with the rest of that bottle of stout?!
Essentially Irish stew with some lovely store-bought puff pastry plopped on top. Easy peasy. It may even make us think corned beef on March 17th.
Slow cooker roast beef au jus. Perhaps the first slow cooker recipe yet that’ll keep everyone at the table uber satisfied—including the person making and cleaning up after the meal.
This simple summer crowd-pleaser has “easy entertaining” scrawled all over it. Just don’t forget the bottle opener.
This sandwich is chicken’s answer to the pulled pork sandwich thanks to its ethereally crisp, airy beer batter and sassy slaw.
A whole hen plunked unceremoniously on a can and cooked on the grill or in the oven. A tailgating classic that’s simple and perfect—even when you’re not tailgating.
We like to imagine the smoke from these brats on the grill shape-shifting into a come-hither motion like in those old-time cartoons.
Tastes just like the terrific pollo a la brasa with the insane green sauce at the local Peruvian joint—minus the long wait in line.
Easy and shatteringly crisp and light and perfect. That’s what folks are saying about this delicate beer-battered asparagus tempura.
This is one besotted bird. As in blotto. Blitzed. Buzzed. Boozy. Not that we’re complaining. Nope. Not at all.
Beer bread just got fancy. Well, sorta. It’s still quick and easy and awesomely difficult to stop noshing. This one just seems a little more lovely than most. And we betcha already have everything you need to make it.
Slightly sweet, subtly complex, and insanely easy homemade beer nuts. Unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Beer sipped on the side not optional.
A marvie blend of bitter stout and sweet ice cream, this inspired rendition of an old-fashioned float just may take you by surprise.
The bitter, coffee-like flavor of stout melds spectacularly with dark chocolate in this not-too-sweet, not-too-earthy Irish classic.
Source | Foodbase.fun