Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Traditional Irish Soda Bread

Friday, March 15, 2019

Traditional Irish Soda Bread

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Over the past few weeks I have been sharing some great recipes from Golden Blossom Honey to help you get ready for the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday. To wrap up your holiday feast, today I've got a Traditional Irish Soda Bread recipe for you to check out.  

Traditional Irish Soda Bread
 

There's nothing quite like ending your savory meal with a little sweetness. After you've had your fill of corned beef and cabbage, you'll want to tuck into a homemade Irish Soda Bread for a satisfying end to a hearty St. Patrick's Day dinner. I think it's best warm right out of the oven slathered in a lot of Kerrygold Irish butter (seriously, buy the Kerrygold, you won't regret it!) and drizzled with Golden Blossom Honey. You won't need any other dessert offerings as this recipe is a real treat in itself! You could make it ahead of time and store it in an airtight container, then just pop it back into the oven to warm up if you are short on time. I like to cook these types of breads in a cast iron skillet, but you could use a pie plate or cake pan if you don't have one on hand. Additionally, I always buy the Sunmaid baking raisins because they are more juicy than the other raisins and won't dry out as much in the oven. They do cost a little more, but it's so worth the upgrade when you have a baking recipe that calls for raisins.

Ingredients
Bread:
1 1/2 cups flour
2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup old-fashioned oats
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup raisins
3/4 tablespoon caraway seeds
3/4 cup milk
1 (8-ounce) container plain yogurt (low-fat is fine)
2 tablespoons GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
Topping:
1 tablespoon milk
1 tablespoon old-fashioned oats

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Traditional Irish Soda Bread

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The Mahoney Family wishes you all a Happy St. Patrick's Day! 



23 comments:

  1. I can't decide if all them oats and wheat flour would clog or unclog one's digestive freeways especially with raisins and caraway :)))
    The photos do look lovely as ever, dear.

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    1. I think the digestive tract will be fine unless you decide to eat huge chunks at a time lol. Though, I do have that problem when I break out the butter. I love me some Irish butter and will find any excuse to eat it.

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  2. Can you believe I've never had Irish Soda Bread? I should make some for sure. Although I do have 2 beers downstairs that no one in my house can drink - I may make Beer Bread to go with our meal to use them up. Someday I will make Irish Soda Bread I promise. It looks tasty!

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    1. I had it for the first time about 3 years ago. For me, I am not a huge fan of caraway seeds, so if you don't like them, I would suggest leaving them out. I can tolerate them in this recipe though because the honey overpowers their flavor a bit.

      I like to make coconut beer shrimp when we have leftover beer, but your beer bread sounds good too, especially if you have a beer cheese dip to dip it in. Yum!

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  3. I've never made this but it sounds easy enough to make.

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  4. Soda bread is my favorite bread! I love the texture, and I love to eat it hot with just as much butter on top as it will hold. LOL

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  5. I have never had this before but it is wonderful that you shared the recipe! Thanks so much!

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  6. O yes I would love to have this at the end of my dinner.You know I can't survive without a little sweety delights before going to bed. These days I go for sugarless options.But would love to try this one instead 😊

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  7. Woah, this is another version of soda bread. I just read and copied the recipe of another soda bread recently.

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  8. Never had soda bread before, so I will have to try that recipe. It looks delicious and I am positive I am going to like it with lots of butter!

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  9. Kristine Nicole AlessandraMarch 16, 2019 at 10:21 AM

    I will have to try this recipe. It looks easy to follow. I will be busy in the kitchen this weekend making this soda bread. :)

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  10. Tomorrow is the day! This would be perfect! Gotta give it a go!

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  11. The perfect recipe for a perfect holiday. 'tis the season to be Irish. :)

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  12. This recipe sounds perfect for our St. Patrick's Day potluck tomorrow! Can't wait to serve this to our guests!

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  13. I love that you use honey in your recipe! I've never tried that before; I bet it's delicious!

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  14. I've always wanted to try this. I've always wanted to make it as well and haven't gotten around to either!

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  15. This soda bread looks delicious! I've never tried it before. Worth checking it out.

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  16. My husband makes a delicious Irish Soda Bread. This one looks quite similar.

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  17. Sure perfect for the day and a snack after and before I bet.

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  18. I do love Kerrygold butter! oh my..I have to get more later when I come to NYC again ..looks like a great recipe as always, Theresa. eat it warm and it's just perfect

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  19. Wow- just wow. Thanks for sharing!

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  20. We have Irish communities in my city. I love many Irish foods, one of them is Irish Soda Bread...yummy.
    Have a great day

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