Nouveau Irish Soda Bread
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judy March 8, 2017
This sounds amazing but....oNe of the point of Irish soda bread is it's simplicity. Jut made some tonight to go with an Irish stew recipe I got from a British Isles website..:flou, baking soda, buttermilk and a dash of sugar. I added caraway seeds and raisins. mixed up in less than 10 minutes, into the oven and ready when everything else was heated up. Simple quick easy and delightful.
Devangi R. March 15, 2012
I am simply J!Fantastic...bread guru...
Pegeen March 15, 2012
This sounds completely delicious! I plan to have the day after with a slice or two of lean, leftover corned beef painted with a dab of mustard.
em-i-lis March 15, 2012
i will definitely be trying this, b! it's beautiful too!
cookinginvictoria March 15, 2012
Wow, this looks and sounds utterly delicious. Love the use of celery, mashed potatoes, and especially the beer in this bread. I am so making this for our St. Patrick's Day dinner!
Thank you, civ. It comes together so quickly, and with the potatoes, it's a good keeper. I had a slice toasted this morning, and it was almost better the second day.
krusher March 15, 2012
Well my Irish ancestry is coming out loud and strong after reading your recipe. Like many from that gene pool, flour is not my friend gastronomically speaking BUT I am going to make an exception. It looks, sounds and I know it will taste great. I'm out tonight but tomorrow night I have a date with your recipe, my two pooches hanging around the kitchen as the magic begins. Turn up the Arvo Part, chill the Faro Hill pinot gris, I'm making bread. Who would have thought!
I cook with a couple of good dogs, too. If you can't have flour (gluten), hang on because today I'm working on a gluten-free version.
mrslarkin March 14, 2012
absolutely stunning. Well done, boulangere.
meganvt01 March 14, 2012
This looks perfect for this weekend. Yum"
sexyLAMBCHOPx March 14, 2012
Ooh, if I could bake I would try this - looks delish!
Hey, now, sLx, this is a quick bread, a one-bowl bread, a really easy bread. There is nothing, repeat, nothing tricky or difficult about it. I know you can do this!
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