Recipe by G-KNEE
"I served this bread at last year's Christmas dinner and it was the topic of conversation at the table. Everyone loved it! Delicious with any meal or on its own."
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1 3/4 cups
Wonderful! It's hard to believe it's a quick bread instead of a yeast bread. Versatile enough for almost any dish. I used nonfat buttermilk and I couldn't imagine how it could have tasted better.
When I saw the fennel in this I was intrigued and decided to make half the recipe in an 8" cake pan. This baked up beautifully. The taste was good, the fennel was subtle and I liked it the first day. The second day the crust had lost some of it's crispness and wasn't nearly as good. To salvage it, I decided to toast it which did improve it somewhat. I doubt that I'll be making this one again, but it was fun to try.
I took this soda bread to a St Patrick's Day party - it got rave reviews, and several people asked for the recipe.
Very good bread. So sweet and moist. I served it with a German meal of dumplings and Sauerbraten for my Grandmother and other relatives and everyone raved about it.
Very good bread. Smoother crumb than I usually find in soda breads, so it's a nice change of pace. I think it got a little dry by the next day, so eat it right out of the oven for best results. Loved the sweetness.
Absolutely wonderful. More like a yeast bread than most quick breads I've made.
Seriously amazing, and seriously easy to make. I love the flavour of fennel - but even if you don't particularly like fennel, it's subtle and adds a nice punch to the bread. Almost everyone I've served this to has asked for the recipe!
Wonderful! Great with savory foods or as a breakfast treat.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fennel Soda Bread
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 46
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