This is a loaf I made with Add Garlic, Cheese, Parsley & Chillies
Hi, Mr. le boulanger86! Comment allez-vous? :-)
Sorry for my ignorance, but ... what is a non-Irish soda bread?
How would it differ from an Irish soda bread?
Nice baking !
Hi brunski Tres bien merci,
Non Irish because I do not use buttermilk it's hard to find here in France, I use yogurt and milk. I don't think the Irish would use flavourings either especially chillies
Hi dabrownman thanks for you kind comment, it's very tasty......
That looks fantastic. Can you share your recipe?
My Soda Bread...........
125g wholemeal flour
125g plain white flour
1/2 tsp Baking Soda
1/2 tsp Salt
1-2 tbsp plain yogurt
In a bowl mix the dry ingredients then add yogurt and say 1/2 a cup of milk I tend to start mixing with a table knife once it's all coming together I oil my hand and mix the dough adding more milk as needed you are looking for a dry'ish dough (do NOT over mix the bread will go hard) form into a ball place on a baking tray flatten slightly and cut a cross 3/4 the way through the dough (this is to let the devil out) place in a pre-heated oven at 220°C / 425°F cook for 35 Minutes, slide loaf off tray onto rack and cook for 5 minutes more, place on cooling rack till just warm cut off a slice put on lashings of Butter and enjoy, NOTE Please do not use yellow axle grease from a tub..... Butter only :)
OK now you know how the loaf is made you can add your extra's I like, Fresh black Pepper, Garlic, Herbs, Chillies & Cheese but you can add whatever you like ............
Enjoy & happy baking
the oozing cheese made the bread so delactable! a picture of the crumb would be wonderful ..
too late all gone :) I'll try and remember on the next one I do