Traditional Irish Soda Bread Recipe

This common Irish Soda Bread recipe is a scrumptious no-yeast bread that takes advantage of buttermilk and baking soda for leavening. An effortless addition to an Irish supper menu for a St. Patrick’s Working day celebration!

Try out just one of these enjoyable St. Patrick’s Working day breakfast tips, then have this effortless Irish soda bread with corned beef (and mustard sauce) for supper.

What is Irish soda bread?

As its name would suggest, Irish soda bread is a easy no-yeast bread which originated in Eire. The dense chewy bread manufactured with easy elements turned an Irish staple for the duration of the potato famine in Eire in the late 1800’s.  This rustic bread recipe takes advantage of soda (baking soda) and buttermilk for leavening as an alternative of yeast.

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What does common Irish soda bread taste like?

This common soda bread won’t taste like most selfmade breads, considering the

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