Irish soda bread is such an easy bread to bake, not very many ingredients and it takes no time, as there is no time spend kneading the dough or waiting for it to rise. It is best eaten the same day, however, leftover is nice toasted with butter and jam.
- 450 g flour
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp salt
- 350-425 ml buttermilk
Combin the dry ingredients in a bowl
Start by adding 350 ml of the buttermilk
Mix together with your hand shaped like a claw. The dough should not be kneaded
When the dough starts to come together, add more milk if it is to dry, pour the dough out on the table sprinkled with a bit of flour
Sharp the dough into a ball and flatten it a bit, so it's about 2 inch tall
Place on a baking sheet and scratch an x on the top with a knife
Bake for 15 min a 230 ℃ and the lower the heat to 200 ℃ (180 ℃ convection oven) and bake for a further 25-30 minutes.
Place on cooling rack to cool a bit
Enjoy when it's still warm with butter and jam