Irish Soda Bread

Took advantage of our snow day today to make an early St. Patty’s day dinner. The kids immediately asked if I would make some Irish soda bread.

No better time to bake than on a cold, windy and snowy day!

My youngest daughter helped me and we decided on a recipe without the currants in it. I didn’t have buttermilk on hand so I showed her how to make a substitute for it using vinegar in the milk.

The loaf turned out really nice.

It was the perfect accompaniment to our corned beef, cabbage and potatoes!


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7 thoughts on “Irish Soda Bread

  1. Haha I am looking at these comments and laughing out loud at all the people making this same thing at the same time. I just got done blogging mine a second ago and looked at your post and thought I was looking at my own post for a second. HAHA! So funny. Happy St. Pat’s all!

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  3. I used raisins in mine, a mixture of regular and golden πŸ™‚ I like that they add a little sweetness to the bread since I usually eat it for breakfast slathered in butter. Some corned beef and cabbage would have been yummy too though!

  4. So funny! I used the snow day to make an Irish soda bread too, and I also had to DIY the buttermilk (but I used lemon juice instead of vinegar). Still have to manage to get the blog post about it up though… Yours looks great! πŸ˜€

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