The world knows that Ireland is always the go-to country for potatoes and has accepted Irish potatoes into their menus. Records show that Irish people consumed up to 7 million tonnes of potatoes before 1845 and currently still eat an astonishing number at present. This staple food holds a lot of value because it is a cultural and nutritious option for many families.

Potato Irish recipes are perfect ways to prepare these dishes, significantly when several seasonings to improve the taste and nutritional elements. There is good reason Maggie’s Seasonings are a popular pick for these recipes, such as their ability to add just the right flavor and swagger to a dull and plain potato. Here are some prime examples of how you can use these flavors to encourage and amplify a hot and flavorful meal.

Recipes that will work great with the Irish potato seasonings

Irish Boxty

The Boxty is a traditional Irish meal with several catchy phrases from the Irish people. Read on for more ways to prepare the Irish potato Boxty with our seasonings.


  • Grated potatoes
  • All-purpose flour
  • Mashed potatoes
  • Eggs
  • Skimmed milk
  • Olive oil
  • Salt and Maggie’s seasoning

Preparation steps

  1. Mix the mashed potatoes, flour, and grated potatoes in one bowl, and eggs, skimmed milk, salt, and seasoning. Add the mixture from the second bowl to the first one and mix until all ingredients are spread out.
  2. Put the olive oil in a pan and drop servings of the mixture into it to deep fry. The fried potato should form at least two inches of patties on the sides and turn golden brown before you can take them out. Place the potatoes on a paper towel and let them sit for a while until the oil drains out.


The recipe is a favorite for the Halloween season and a tradition of Mayo county.


  • Cabbage
  • Potatoes
  • Leeks
  • A cup of milk
  • Salt and seasoning
  • Butter
  • Ground mace

Preparation instructions

  1. Boil the cabbage until the leaves are tender, then cut or blend it into a smooth mixture. Boil the potatoes until they are soft, then drain the water and let them cool.
  2. Cut the leeks and simmer them in milk until they are soft
  3. Mash the potatoes and add seasoning until it blends out well. Add cabbage and blend it out, then pour in the butter. Serve when warm.

Irish champ

The Irish Champ is a traditional meal from the North of Ireland and has an almost similar recipe to the Colcannon. Here is how to make it for a more prosperous and spicier taste with excellent nutrition.


  • Peeled or halved potatoes
  • A cup of milk
  • Thinly sliced green onions
  • Salt and seasoning
  • A quarter cup of butter

Preparation instructions

  1. Add the potatoes into a large bowl and fill them up with water until they are covered, then bring them to a boil for about 20 minutes.
  2. Drain the potatoes of all the water and heat until they are dry. You can place paper towels on the potatoes after turning off the heat to absorb the extra moisture.
  3. Heat the mixture of onions and milk in a pan until it is warm
  4. Mash the potatoes, seasoning, and salt in one bowl until it is all smooth, then add the second bowl with onions and milk.

These are only a few of the recipes you can make with Maggie’s Irish potato seasoning, but feel free to explore more to get your Irish potato meal or Irish herbed potatoes and check out our store to make your orders.

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