Quick and easy to make. However the result is a too dense bread to be eaten at breakfast for exemple. I would suggest to cut it into squares and then display some smoked salmon and creme fraiche with dill, it would give a great amuse-bouche.
Rest Time: 30 Minutes
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- 2 cup(s) Plain wholemeal flour
- 2 cup(s) Plain white flour
- 1 teaspoon(s) Bicarbonate of Soda
- 1 teaspoon(s) Salt
- 1.77 cup(s) Buttermilk
- Put both flours, bicorbonate of soda and salt in a large bowl and mix together well.
- Slowly add in buttermilk and mix with a wodden spoon until all liquid is absorbed and a sticky dough forms
- Flour a working surface, tip the dough onto it and roll and fold the dough to bring it together, withouth kneading it. Then make the dough into a ball by gently rotating it with your hands cupped. Flatten it gently with your hand
- Place the loaf on a baking tray (use parchment paper if needed) and dust with white flour. Use a sharp knife to carve into the loaf deeply, almost dividing it into 4 quarters (it will rejoin as it rises in oven)
- Set loaf aside for 30 minutes whilst you heat oven to 200 Celcius.
- Bake loaf for 30 minutes or until brown/golden. Set aside to cool down completely before cutting in.
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Soda Bread Recipe at a Glance
- COURSE: Breads