Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Irish Soda Bread

I blogged this morning about making food for St. Patrick's Day. I couldn't wait to make the Irish Soda Bread so I made it this morning. I got the recipe from HERE.

Here are some pics from the process:

Mixing together the wet ingredients and setting them aside to thicken.

Mixing the dry ingredients with bits of butter to make a coarse meal. This part was fun. I felt like I was six.

Stir wet and dry together to form a lump (I used my hands).

Knead a couple of times on a floured surface. Form a dome shaped loaf.

Place on parchment-lined baking sheet, sprinkle with flour, and cut a cross into it.

Bake at 350 for an hour.


Lunch? Why not?

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  1. i made this last year for the first time. soooo good - and even better if you baste w/ sugar and butter a few times. try that!

  2. That IS a good idea. I may make more tomorrow...we shall see.

  3. yum! is that butter and jam on top? looks yummy!


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