Colcannon is a classic Irish side dish that combines creamy mashed potatoes with sautéed greens. We’ve got two versions here for you to choose from – one made with kale, the other with leeks.
Leeks are a sweeter, more delicate choice to onions. Look through our leek recipes and see how these flavorful vegetables add to dishes from breakfast to bread pudding!
This easy chicken and noodles recipe features a delicious sauce made with tomatoes, sautéed leeks, sour cream and fresh herbs like dill, chives or parsley.
Our version of this classic, one-dish dinner combines ground lamb with leeks, carrots, fresh thyme and a bit of Guinness stout for added flavor.
Good for brunch, lunch or a light weeknight dinner, this make-ahead strata combines toasted wheat English muffins, eggs, bacon, leeks and Gruyere cheese.
To make this thick and hearty soup we’ve puréed cabbage, potato and a little cream together, then stirred in crumbled bacon and leeks sautéed in butter.
Dress up egg noodles with a mild, creamy sauce of onion, shallot, leek and chives.
A puff pastry-topped pot pie filled with chicken, parsnips, carrots, leeks and baby peas in a white wine and thyme flavored cream sauce.
This easy ground lamb ragu, flavored with red wine, tomatoes and leek makes a nice change from ordinary pasta with meatballs.