One of our local restaurants has a delicious pub-style Irish nachos recipe. We decided to try our hand at them ourselves for St. Patrick’s Day.

What are Irish Nachos?

You don’t have to be Irish and it doesn’t have to be St. Patricks Day to enjoy these wonder nachos. Truth be told, Irish nachos are not really nachos at all. Technically they’re kind of like if a potato chip married a potato skin.

It doesn’t matter, their classic bar and grill food only this Irish nachos recipe is homemade and cooking them is so much fun.

You’ll be stuffing your face and scooping in as much melty cheese and bacon that you can stand. Best of all, it won’t cost you a small fortune to purchase the ingredients.

There’s Just Something About Homemade Irish Nachos

I’m a pretty healthy minded person and I do run a health-oriented blog. If you’re like me, it’s hard to resist fantastically greasy sports bar food.

I’m also a firm believer that even people who are in shape should indulge in cheat foods from time to time and Irish nachos can be a great cheat day snack. Like all things, practice moderation.

Cooking this Irish appetizer is also fun- it’s a simple yet filling appetizer which is meant to snack on while drinking your favorite pint or watching the big game. The ingredients are easy to purchase.

Irish nachos are an excellent suggestion to any tailgating party or other social occasions. Finger foods like this one are perfect for making mass quantities for feeding large crowds.

Serve these at your next get together and you will make lots of new friends and stir up some great conversations.

The best pubs serve Irish recipes that are indulgent and can be perfect for sharing with a friend. These gooey Irish nachos are perfect for almost any occasion whether it be St. Patrick’s Day, your next party or sporting event. They can be made in large quantities.

Do Not Make These Homemade Irish Nachos If You’re Trying To Lose Weight

The previous occasions when I had Irish nachos, they were deep fried. There is no way to make this nacho dish healthy but baking these Irish nachos will help.

The key to making this nacho recipe work is cooking the potatoes to a crispy consistency.  By coating these with oil and spices, baking them until they are golden brown, a crispy bed of potatoes will support the rest of the fresh gooey ingredients.

The homemade ingredients for Irish nachos are surprisingly basic but are right off the bar food menu. We covered ours with Velveeta cheese, cheddar, bacon, green onion, pork sausage, sour cream, and chives.

You can also add shredded pull pork, ground beef or whatever meat you like. Did I mention the Guinness beer? Now we couldn’t call them Irish without the addition of Guinness!

Irish Nachos are Perfect for Any Occasion

Irish cuisine is often overlooked but seems to be making a comeback. St. Patricks Day can be a lot of fun and making and eating some great Irish food can be a joy.

Irish nachos are a delicious appetizer would be a perfect addition to any summer event, barbeque, informal wedding, graduation party, or birthday party.

These Irish Nachos will fit easily into a large disposable aluminum casserole dish which makes transporting easy.

Cooking Irish nachos doesn’t have to be complicated. You will be enjoying the delicious nachos in no time.

Our Finished Irish Nachos Recipe

If you liked this Irish nachos recipe, perhaps you might also like these other wonderful nacho recipes…

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Like the Irish nacho recipe, this chili cheese dip is perfect pub style food that goes great with an ice cold beer.  Dip a chip into this dip and you’ll soon discover you’ve developed a new addiction.

LOW CARB KETO PRESSURE COOKER HOT ONION DIP

I love to eat junk food as much as the next person but I also try to eat healthy when I can.

This mini round-up section combines healthy eating with powerful flavors that can be shared with others. Stopping yourself from eating a whole bag of nachos will be challenging.

EASY TACO DIP | KETO APPETIZER

If you love junk food that can be shared, this is perfect for you.  This low carb, keto friendly recipe is a perfect dish to prepare for an office potluck, birthday parties, graduation parties, or tailgating parties.

HEALTHY COWBOY CAVIAR

This is nacho dipping bliss using a wide range of ingredients.  Unlike the Irish nacho recipe, this one is healthy and good for you.

GUACAMOLE

This is a healthier option over Irish nachos. I absolutely adore guacamole. I’ll eat guacamole on almost anything.

Don’t waste your time on inferior premade grocery store guacamole. This recipe uses just 5 simple ingredients so you’ll be snacking in no time.

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If you’re like me, you love Mexican or Tex Mex spice. You’ll soon discover a new addiction with this tasty recipe. Cooking this dish is a joy!

JALAPENO POPPER DIP

As the title implies, this jalapeno popper dip takes its name from the classic bar and grill appetizer. Like the Irish nacho recipe, this one is perfect with an ice cold pint.

CHEESY HOT BEAN DIP RECIPE

This nacho recipe uses few ingredients to produce a flavor profile that is out of this world.  If you love Mexican food, this one is for you.

BLACK BEAN AND CORN SALSA

Like the Irish nachos recipe, this one is perfect pub style food. This classic nacho recipe is also perfect for office parties, family get-togethers, birthdays, or tailgating parties.

7-LAYER MEXICAN HUMMUS DIP

As the title implies, this recipe uses multiple layered ingredients. Best of all this recipe uses healthy organic ingredients but the flavors won’t disappoint.

Wrapping Up The Nacho Recipes

You will find yourself digging in again and again. This mouthwatering Irish nacho recipe may not be the healthiest thing to eat, but they make for great conversation and a tasty treat that is one of the easiest things you will ever cook. We hope you experience the luck of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day.

We hope you have enjoyed this post for Irish Nachos, and that you’ll experience the luck of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. I love how food changes with distance, I’ve been in many an Irish pub but never seen anything like this and I love it… They sound absolutely delicious do you deliver? 😀

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