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    Default Irish Soda Bread

    Sieve flour, baking soda, salt and sugar in a large bowl, (once will do, but I do it a couple of times for a better mix). Make a well in centre and add most of buttermilk then mix into a raggy dough. You can add some flour if its too wet or some more buttermilk if it seems too dry. Once its together, knead briefly (30 seconds) on a floured surface, then flatten into a 6? disc on a floured baking tray. using a sharp knife cut a cross halfway through the dough and ***** (pr1ck) a hole in each quarter. 45 mins in oven and it should should hollow on the bottom when you tap it. wrap it for a while with a teatowel to cool if you like crust softer and dont wrap if you like it crisp.
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    Brings back the memories, my mum used to make soda bread all the time when i was a kid, Used to and still do love it toasted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manxspud View Post
    Brings back the memories, my mum used to make soda bread all the time when i was a kid, Used to and still do love it toasted.

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    yup, grans kitchen for me.Try it, once you've a couple knocked out, you'll throw one on everytime the oven is being used for something else.

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    Thanks for the recipe, have one in the oven, can't wait to see how it turns out! (never done one b4)

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    Cmon Ruthiechad, put me out of my misery, how did it turn out?
    i tried a wholemeal version this eve , looked great but didnt taste as nice.

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    Its informative recipe

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    Default good enough

    now that's an easy enough recipe for even me to have a go at making! Thanks

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    the recipe sounds nice

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    I've only ever made this bread from mixes before, but I've got to say, if it is as easy as it sounds, I'm going to have to try to make it myself. Thanks for the recipe, I'll let you know how it turns out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vanessaski View Post
    I've only ever made this bread from mixes before, but I've got to say, if it is as easy as it sounds, I'm going to have to try to make it myself. Thanks for the recipe, I'll let you know how it turns out!
    please do, i made one this morning and polished off most of it during the day, .

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    I'm off tomorrow Grizz - gunna give it a go. Cheers.

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    Like the looks of this. Will give it a go at the weekend. Cheers.

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    it only replaces your hangover by a bellyache ?

    i'll try it tomorrow and let you know how efficient it is.

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    Has to be done on the griddle for it to be done right. As soon as it comes out cut in two and put some butter and jam on it.

    Hard to beat

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    the griddle version is from the North i think. i'd be interested in trying it if you add the details how and any changes needed to basic recipe.

 

 
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