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Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread recipe
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The luck o’ the Irish will undoubtedly be on your side when you bake this mouthwatering quick bread studded with currants. And if you’re really lucky, there will be more
15 min
1 hr 15 min
16 servings
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This was an EASY recipe! I don't care for raisins or currants, but I did add the caraway seeds as suggested. I also used 2 1/2 cups of white flour and 3/4 cups whole wheat flour. It is a very dense artisan style bread. You could do a lot with the basic recipe such as using roasted garlic and/or rosemary. I especially like it since it isn't time consuming - no waiting for it to rise first. This is a keeper!
This is an excellent recipe. I did take the recommendation of other reviewers and used 1 cup instead of 1/2 of raisins. Also used 1/2 cup regular raisins and 1/2 golden. It was delicious.
I made the Soda Bread for St. Patrick's Day Dinner. It was excellent good crust and great texture. I will make it again this year
Recipe is a good, basic irish soda bread. Try greasing a round cake pan, press your dough so it reaches all ends, cut an "X" in the top, middle. Much easier, and prettier end result over trying to form a round loaf by hand.
very good easy to make I omitted the raisins though as I do not think they belong in soda bread if being used with a meat dish. Use the raisins for a sweet bread with tea.
I made this soda bread for St. Patrick's Day and my family loved it. I put in the raisins and also some dried cranberries. I will definitely make again. This was very easy. Thank you Kraft.
I decided to make this bread for my Irish boyfriend instead of buying it like I normally do. I will never buy it again. This was way better than store bought. We were all surprised how much we liked it. I added twice the amount of raisins and it turned out delicious. It wasn't dry but rather moist.
MMMMM sooooo goooood.....and this is the one i thought was going to mess up, being it my 1st irish soda bread......but it wasnt it was fact im changing my 4 star rating and giving it 5!!
I have made this bread the last four years for St.Patrick's Day dinner. What does not get eaten during dinner goes at breakfast time. I bake it in an iron skillet and it turns out GREAT each time! My family request it every year. P.S. I double the amount of raisins and soak them for 1/2 hour in hot water before adding them to the batter.
you can also make this with sour cream and itis wonderful and light
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