Cookbook:Cuisine of Isle of Man
Introduction[edit | edit source]
Manx Cuisine or Cuisine of the Isle of Man relates to the traditional meals and cooking of the Isle of Man, a small autonomous island located between the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Typically dishes consisted of a lot of fish (especially kippers and queenies), vegetables and tough pieces of meat. Today the Manx cuisine is as rich as anywhere in Europe because of increasing immigration but old recipes have not been forgotten.
Manx Recipes[edit | edit source]
- Manx Smoked Salmon and Kippers
- Manx Chips, Cheese and Gravy
- Sollaghan - an ancient St. Stephen's Day (Boxing Day) meal
- Manx Broth
- Claare Dyn Jishig - also known as Fatherless Pie, eaten on Good Friday
Manx Drinks[edit | edit source]
External Links[edit | edit source]
Traditional Manx recipes in English and Manx languages