Soda bread calzone - done in thirty minutes, or so
Made a couple of these, today - one using self-raising white flour for my daughter, and one with wholemeal bread flour and baking powder for myself.
It's a simple matter of knocking up a quick soda bread, rolling it out flat, covering it with the filling of your choice, folding it over and frying both sides in a dry frying pan (covered).
And versatile, too. I made one to serve as a picnic lunch on a walking weekend a few weeks ago - but, in the event, we finished up having a pub lunch, so I brought it back home with me. A week later I found it in the back of the fridge in a plastic bag - I thought it would have gone off, but not a bit of it. Refreshed, again in the frying pan, for a few minutes, I had it for lunch - it was absolutely fine.
IMO, it's the moist ingredients contained in the loaf that keeps it fresh. Mushrooms are perfect for this.
Here's the recipe and a couple of pics on my blog: