A New Twist On An Old Dram Recipes To Bring Out The Irish In All

A New Twist on​ An Old Dram-Recipes to​ Bring Out the​ Irish In All
There's nothing better than hearty foods to​ chase away winter chills, and​ as​ a​ young man in​ Northern Ireland, Colum Egan relished the​ warming effect of​ his Mother's homemade soup .​
Today, as​ the​ master distiller of​ Old Bushmills Distillery in​ County Antrim-the world's oldest Irish whiskey-Egan still enjoys heating his bones with a​ big bowl of​ soup.
I think soup was bred into me by my mother .​
She says that there is​ both eating and​ drinking in​ it, says Egan.
Another of​ Egan's favorite dishes is​ salmon .​
I​ love the​ thought of​ eating wild salmon from the​ very river that is​ the​ source of​ water for​ our Irish whiskey.
Chefs around the​ globe have long turned to​ spirits to​ add levels of​ complexity and​ flavor to​ their favorite recipes, so it​ should come as​ no surprise that Irish whiskey has a​ place in​ modern recipes that will delight the​ palate long after St .​
Patrick's Day .​
But for​ those seeking tradition, Egan shares his favorite recipe for​ Irish coffee .​
Pour 11/2 ounces of​ Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey into a​ warm glass .​
Fill with strong black coffee and​ top with whipped cream .​
Bushmills Wild
Mushroom Soup
1 oz .​
dried porcini mushrooms soaked in​ warm water and​ finely chopped
1 cup warm water
olive oil
2 leeks-finely sliced
2 shallots-chopped
1 clove garlic-chopped
8 ozs .​
fresh wild mushrooms -chopped
4 cups beef stock
1/2 tsp .​
dried thyme
1/2 cup double cream
Salt & freshly ground black pepper
Sprigs of​ fresh thyme to​ garnish
3 capfuls Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey
Serves four
In large saucepan, sauté leeks, shallots and​ garlic in​ butter and​ oil until soft, stirring frequently about 5 minutes.
Add wild mushrooms and​ stir over a​ medium heat until they begin to​ soften .​
Add beef stock and​ bring to​ a​ boil .​
Add the​ porcini, soaking liquid, thyme and​ salt and​ pepper .​
Lower the​ heat, half cover the​ pan and​ simmer gently for​ 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Pour about 3/4 of​ the​ soup into a​ food processor and​ blend until smooth .​
Combine with remaining soup, add heavy cream and​ heat through .​
Check the​ consistency, adding more stock or​ water if​ the​ soup is​ too thick .​
Add 3 caps of​ Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey .​
Season to​ taste .​
Serve hot, garnished with sprigs of​ fresh thyme .​
Peppered River Bush Salmon With Bushmills Whiskey Cream Sauce
1 Tablespoon black peppercorns, crushed
1/2 Tablespoon white peppercorns, crushed
2 6-oz .​
salmon steaks
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
freshly ground sea salt
1 Tablespoon Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey
1/2 cup heavy cream
1 tablespoon chopped fresh chives, plus extra to​ garnish
Serves two
Combine crushed peppercorns .​
Cover salmon steaks with mustard and​ press peppercorns into the​ cut sides of​ the​ salmon to​ form thin coating .​
Season with salt.
Melt butter in​ a​ hot pan .​
Add salmon steaks .​
Reduce the​ heat to​ medium and​ cook on​ one side, until browned, about 3 minutes .​
Increase heat to​ medium high, turn over salmon .​
Add whiskey .​
Cook rapidly until the​ whiskey has been reduced .​
Add the​ cream and​ stir quickly, scraping up any bits that are sticking to​ the​ bottom of​ the​ pan .​
Bring to​ a​ boil.
Cook until the​ sauce starts to​ thicken 1-2 minutes, then season to​ taste with salt and​ pepper .​
Stir in​ the​ chopped chives and​ serve immediately, garnished with the​ extra chives.
A New Twist On An Old Dram Recipes To Bring Out The Irish In All A New Twist On An Old Dram Recipes To Bring Out The Irish In All Reviewed by Henda Yesti on January 25, 2018 Rating: 5

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