Recipe by Katie O'
"Authentic Irish soda bread does not contain raisins, but I like mine with raisins so I include them. This is a very easy and delicious recipe."
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1 1/2 cups
butter, melted - divided
The raisins make it very sweet. It's like a giant biscuit. Perfect with corned beef and cabbage.
Sorry, didn't care for it. Having two Irish parents, I grew up on soda bread, but I did not care for this version.
This recipe was easy to put together and the bread was delicious!!!!!! I did leave out the raisins though. Thank you for posting it!!!
2 THUMBS UP ON THIS RECIPE! It's going to be Marvelous with my Corn Beef and cabbage cooked unauthenically in a CROCK POT for dinner tonight! THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO POST
Wonderful St. Patty's Day treat! I made no changes to this recipe and it came out great. Although, I baked my soda bread for 55 minutes in the oven and the bottom was a little burnt. I would recommend cooking it for, maybe, 45-50 minutes.
I left out the golden raisins but otherwise made no modifications. Excellent, I really enjoyed this. Thanks for sharing!
This is delicious! At first I thought I did something wrong because it was my first time making it and the dough was a little crumbly. It tastes so sweet and perfect. I will definitely be using this recipe again.
This is exactly how my Grannie made soda bread for me!! I don't like raisins, so she always made a "plain" cake for me..lol…love it!! Tastes just like it did in Barroe:)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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