Fourth post with the group,
and this week’s recipe is Irish Soda Bread.
This recipe is from the book,
The contributing baker for this recipe is Marion Cunningham.
Bread…what’s not to love…
This is such a simple recipe, even a child can make it. It’s that simple.
I like to shake things up a bit in my recipes. Added chopped craisins and chopped roasted walnuts.
Slight snafu while baking…after mixing the dough and forming it, I noticed the craisins and walnuts were left behind. Oh no! I wanted these additions. So, I sprinkled both items on the dough, folded the dough over once. Mission accomplished. Smiles all around.
Proceeded to cut an ‘X’ in the middle of the dough, then placed in a greased glass pie dish. Finally, off to the oven to bake.
Happy with the results…recipe is a keeper.
Note: I wrapped the bread in plastic wrap. Next day, it was still soft…not hard at all…
Whenever I bake bread, I love to dip it in herbed oil…so delish!
The Irish Soda Bread recipe can be found on page 214.
The host bakers (where recipe can be found) are:
Host baker: Carla
Blog: Chocolate Moosey
Host baker: Cathleen
Blog: My CulinaryMission
Also, check out the other bakers’ blogs.
Next up, is Pizza Rustica, a recipe by Nick Malgieri. Stop back on April 3rd.
Peace in Baking,
Baking is my Zen…sweet nibbles for the soul
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