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Breakfast Frittata

Breakfast Frittata

The perfect late Sunday morning breakfast served with top quality coffee and buttery toast! Ingredients 1 tbsp oil1 tbsp butter4 bacon rashers (diced)2 jumbo sausages1/2 onion (diced)5 eggs1 tbsp milk5 hash browns1 tbsp garlic granules50g Cahills Chives Cheese...
Chilli Beef Nachos

Chilli Beef Nachos

This dish is the perfect serving when a group of friends call over to your house. The dish can easily serve five or six people. It is very easy to make and is ready very quickly. Everyone looks beef nachos and we think everyone will love this recipe! Ingredients 1...
West Limerick Lamb Burger Kit

West Limerick Lamb Burger Kit

Cahill’s Cheese are proud to announce that we will be a part of the newly launched West Limerick Burger Kit released by the Dunraven Arms this Spring. The burger must be cooked by the customer but it is very straight forward. The click and collect West Limerick...
Carbonara with an Irish Twist (With Cahills Chives Cheddar)

Carbonara with an Irish Twist (With Cahills Chives Cheddar)

This week we are going to add a little bit of Irish heritage into a classic Italian dish. This is most certainly a dish for Italian food lovers!! Ingredients 200g Spaghetti or PastaCooked Shredded Ham3 Free Range EggsHalf a block of Cahills Chives Cheddar2 Cloves of...
Cahill’s Cheese Product Recall

Cahill’s Cheese Product Recall

As a precautionary measure, we at Cahillโ€™s Farm Cheese are recalling a number of batches of our specialty cheddar cheese due to possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes. The cheeses affected are as follows: Cahills Irish Whiskey Cheese, Cahills Irish...
Cheese & Onion Potato Pie

Cheese & Onion Potato Pie

Ingredients – Pastry 450g plain flour 2 tsp baking powderHalf tsp salt120g butter1 egg yolk50g grated parmesan cheese120ml water1 egg beaten Ingredients (Filling) 1 Potato (cut into cubes)2 onions (finely chopped)1 tbsp plain flour50 ml whole milk50ml double...
The Importance Of Dairy In Our Diet

The Importance Of Dairy In Our Diet

Dairy products are very important for growth, building healthy bones and maintaining a healthy weight. Dairy products are extremely high in calcium, vitamin D, vitamin A, magnesium, zinc and protein. All of these nutrients are essential for growth, building muscle,...
Farmhouse Cheese and Craft Beer Tasting

Farmhouse Cheese and Craft Beer Tasting

About Irish Farmhouse Cheese Ireland has always had a strong history of cheesemaking as the monastic records suggest. Many people say the Irish monks brought their cheesemaking skills to certain parts of Europe. The quality of Irish milk and the land on which the...
Cahill’s Smoked Cheddar with Crispy Bacon and Leek Risotto

Cahill’s Smoked Cheddar with Crispy Bacon and Leek Risotto

When Italy collides with Ireland to create an Irish version Risotto. Cahill’s Smoked Irish cheddar and Irish bacon is added to this creamy Italian dish to give it an extra kick. It is a hearty, warming dish, rich with the flavours of the broth used in its...
Irish Porter Cheesy Pizza

Irish Porter Cheesy Pizza

Ingredients Pizza base (purchased in Aldi)2 x 400g cans plumed tomatoes 2 tbsp virgin olive oil1 tsp dried oreganoMozzarella torn into chunksCahill’s Irish Porter CheeseBunch of basil leavesMeats of your own choice (pepperoni, chorizo, etc) Method Place the...
Ireland – Milk Production

Ireland – Milk Production

Ireland is one of the World leaders when it comes to dairy production. Ireland is well-known for its excellent land quality and our wet humid weather conditions. In Ireland we have over 18,500 dairy farmers and produce 5,400 billion litres of milk annually. The main...
Spring Onion & Garlic Cheese Scones

Spring Onion & Garlic Cheese Scones

Ingredients 350g self raising flour25g caster sugarVanilla essence175ml buttermilk50g grated garlic & spring onion Cahill’s cheddar50g ButterMilk Method Turn your oven to 200 degreesSieve 350g self raising flour and 25g of caster sugarDrop in 50g of real...
Grass-Fed Cows vs Corn Fed Cows

Grass-Fed Cows vs Corn Fed Cows

In Ireland the vast majority of our cattle spend 9/10 months of the year outside grazing on fresh grass. The main reason for this is Irelands climate and its ability to grow top quality high yielding grass. In other countries where climates are extreme doesn’t...