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Green Food on St. Patrick's Day Recipe

Green Food on St. Patrick's Day

03.17.14 by Jackie

The one hour season finale of How I Met Your Mother is slated to air on CBS in less than 2 weeks. Have you watched the TV show? Have you followed the one where Barney Stinson wears a green suit on St. Patrick's Day? Today is officially the day we celebrate Ireland's patron Saint and if you don't wear a specific color you get pinched.

Put on your green clothes (to avoid unnecessary pinches) and celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Here are a few examples of green food. Enjoy!


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St. Patrick's Day Recipe Ideas Recipe

St. Patrick's Day Recipe Ideas

03.16.13 by Jackie

I've heard that dressin up in green color brings you good luck when worn on St. Patrick's day. Cooking green food might bring you luck too! I gathered a few dishes that are the perfect color to be part of your St. Patrick's Day celebration. They would make a leprechaun “green” with envy (I think that's a recycled joke). Sorry but I couldn’t resist... Enjoy!

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Happy St. Patrick's Day! Recipe

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

03.17.12 by Jackie

A few sweet treats that would make a leprechaun “green” with envy. Sorry, couldn’t resist. Happy St. Paddy’s Day everyone!


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St. Patrick's Day Greenies (Green Brownies Recipe) Recipe

Is there a better ingredient than pandan paste to create a dessert symbolizing St. Patrick's Day? This evening, I used it to make "greenies". Instead of the semi-sweet or dark chocolate brownies traditionally call for, I used white chocolate and flavored the gooey dessert with pecans and a generous amount of pandan, which creates a beautiful green color.

It’s a sweet treat that would make a leprechaun “green” with envy. Sorry, couldn’t resist.  Happy St. Paddy’s Day everyone!


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Pandan Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe Recipe

Pandan cookies always intrigue the guests who come to our house. The green color from the pandan paste makes the cookies very original, and after the first bite, our guests are amazed at how great they taste. Daddy's friend, who lives in Minnesota, loved them so much that I decided to send a basket of two dozen cookies to him as a care package.

When I was a child, Maman would use pandan leaves to flavor steamed jasmine rice. It's also used in many Vietnamese desserts, such a rau câu. That inspired me to try using pandan in Western dessert recipes.

I often fuse the ingredients of one cooking tradition with the recipes of another. It’s a great way to create new dishes. In fact, the very first recipe posted on PhamFatale.com was for pandan cookies. In that recipe, I used pistachios and white chocolate chips. Both are great, but I think the cocoa in semi-sweet chocolate pairs especially well with pandan. Changing ingredients and coming up with new dishes is a big part of the culinary journey I've been sharing with you for a year and a half. After all, that's what cooking is all about. The history of cooking is really the history of the migration of people from one place to another. As they traveled, they adopted and adapted the local cuisine, creating many of the classic dishes we enjoy today. I hope you enjoy my small contribution to this tradition.


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