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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!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
6/11/2008
It was a nice change and the recipe was very easy. I used dried cranberries and added double what the recipe called for, but I should have added even more. Definitely not enough!
posted:
5/29/2008
Best soda bread I've ever had. Very easy recipe.
posted:
3/28/2008
I made this recipe twice, because my family loved it, and also to use up the buttermilk I had bought. I find that real buttermilk makes a much better bread than the milk+lemon juice I use in a pinch.
posted:
3/17/2008
This was pretty good. I made this the night before and baked it the next day and it still came out great. I would maybe add more raisin next time but everyone at it and it was gone in no time!
posted:
3/17/2008
I made this recipe with my kids. It was easy, yummy and a fun way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
posted:
3/3/2008
Not a bad recipe. Not quite the consistency I was expecting. I usually make the recipe that has been handed down from my relatives living in Ireland. I decided to try this one. This was more like a scone than a soda bread. But overall a pretty good recipe.
posted:
1/3/2008
I am a dunce in the kitchen, but this recipe makes me feel skilled. I've made it 3 times, and I'm about to make it again right now. It makes my irish family actually kinda proud of me that I can contribute something worthwhile. Instead of just bringing a bottle of irish whiskey and calling it a holiday. :-D
posted:
12/27/2007
I made this and my family loved it. I was told it is an old recipe, so thank you Kraft Foods for bringing it back, I love the taste of the past. And will keep making it. We are having a watch night service at our church to bring in the New Year, and we will have a meal. I am taking this one for sure. Thanks again.
posted:
4/10/2007
I've made this twice already. I would agree that it is only good for a few days...and be careful not to cook too long. The first time I made it, it was perfect..the second time I probably left it in the oven just a minute too long. But this does taste so good warm!
posted:
4/10/2007
Great if you eat right after it's done, or within the next day. It's starts to taste different after any longer.
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