Welcome me darlins – Failte roat

To be sure, a wee dram of Irish Whiskey me darlin’s

And a wee bit of the Soda bread with fresh butter.

Ingredients:

1 lb of White flour.

1 teaspoon of bicarbonate soda.

2 pinches of salt. 12 to 14 fl.oz of milk, or preferable butter milk or sour milk.

First step to a great Irish Soda bread.

Three minutes and yer dun with only a wee thirty minutes to the baking of it.

Heat oven to F450 C or C230  – standard settings.

Pour in sieved flour in a bowl and make a well in the middle.

Pour in the milk or desired liquid.

Mix by hand or wooden spoon to a soft dough.

At this time, ye may wish to be adding raisins, olives or sundried tomatoes.

Wash off any trace of dough then using a rolling pin press into a round half an inch in thickness.

Mark with a palette knife into four sections.

Now pop into the oven and bake for 30 minutes. Test if it needs cooking a little more by pushing the knife gently through a section. If there is a sticky residue on the knife, you need to cook it a little more.

Well done.  Now have plenty of fresh butter as a spread and enjoy.

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Katy Walters

Katy lives on the South coast with her husband and a loving hyper friendly dog who likes to greet and lick everyone on sight. She has a BA Hons (Psych) BA Eng.Lit. MA in Religion and Mysticism and a Hon Dr. Science for research into pain control.
She was a psychologist and hypnotherapist before changing direction for full time creative writing, Her main genres are historical romance, crime and science fiction.

Katy Walters

About Katy Walters

Katy lives on the South coast with her husband and a loving hyper friendly dog who likes to greet and lick everyone on sight. She has a BA Hons (Psych) BA Eng.Lit. MA in Religion and Mysticism and a Hon Dr. Science for research into pain control. She was a psychologist and hypnotherapist before changing direction for full time creative writing, Her main genres are historical romance, crime and science fiction.

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