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Traditional Irish Soda Bread.

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Ingredients

450 gram / 1 lb Plain Flour
1 Tbsp. Cream of Tartar
1 Tbsp. Salt
300 ml (10 fl oz) Skimmed Milk
½ Tbsp. Baking Soda

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Traditional Irish Soda Bread.

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      Ready to bake some traditional Irish soda bread? 🍞 Here is a recipe that will make you go crazy over Irish soda bread!

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      Firstly, I want to let you all know that even though it is called ‘Irish Soda Bread’. It had originated from the Native Americans long before European colonization. 

      They used to make it with ash instead of the traditional yeast, though.

      Sometimes simple is the best. That’s what makes Irish Soda Bread so unique. Irish Soda bread with its dense texture and a little bit sour taste. It’s easy to make and is amazingly delicious when served warm. It tastes absolutely divine when you have a hearty stew to dip it in!

      Let’s get started!

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      Start by preheating the oven to 220°C or 425°F

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      Lightly grease a large baking tray.

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      Putting the flour, salt, baking soda and cream of tartar in a large bowl.

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      Stir the mixture with a fork and gradually add the milk until it's thoroughly combined. Please note that we are not using buttermilk here but skimmed milk!

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      Start kneading the mixture with hands and add more milk if/when required. By now, the dough should be easy to handle but it should still feel a little soft.

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      Next, let's form the dough into a disc that is 2-3 cm or/and 1” thick.

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      Mark it in 8 wedges and let’s bake it for 30 minutes

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      Next, let’s put the load on a wire rack for it to cool down.

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      It’s done! You can now serve your traditional Irish soda bread to your friends & family!

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      Note.

      Brown flour can also be used if that is your preference. You may need a little bit more of the milk and another 3-5 minutes of cooking time.

      Tania Munir

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