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Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread recipe
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Studded with currants and baked until golden brown, this Irish quick bread has a way of making everyone feel lucky—that they got a slice!
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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