18 March 2012

Irish soda bread







Always Im searching new bread recipes and find this in a old magazine (revista Paula cocina 2002)
and was awesome!
Is a good bread to serve like appetizers (with mashed avocado, ricotta,cheese, smoked salmon  or other)
or in your breakfast

Ingredients

1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 cup whole oats
1/4 cup of wheat germ
1 1/2 teaspoon of Baking soda
1 teaspoon of salt
100 grs. unsalted butter
1 cup  more 4 tablespoon of natural yogurt
sesame seeds to sprinkle

Method


Preheat oven to 180 ° c.
In a bowl mix flour, oats, baking soda and salt, add 90 grams of cold butter into pieces and work with fingertips until coarse crumbs form.
Add the yogurt and mix until a moist dough.
On a floured surface knead and and place the dough 3 minutes adding more flour if necessary (should be a soft dough)
Form a ball with the dough.
 Place in a loaf mold make some cuts on the bread and sprinkle with sesame seeds
Bake in oven for 30 to 35 minutes until golden and dry  on the surface.
Remove from oven and let cool for about two hours before cutting the slices.


Im sharing with


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Our Delightful Home

EN ESPAÑOL

Pan Irlandés







Me encanta hacer pan y siempre pruebo recetas y está la encontré super buena es de una revista Paula cocina antigua (2002) que siempre sus recetas son excelentes.
Es un pan que puede servir para el aperitivo (con ricotta,palta,queso o salmón ahumado) o para el desayuno.


Ingredientes

1 taza de harina sin polvos de hornear
1 taza de harina integral
1/2 taza de avena natural
174 taza de germen de trigo
1 1/2 cucharadita bicarbonato de soda
1 cucharadita de sal
100 grs. de mantequilla sin sal
1 taza más cuatro cucharadas de yogurt natural


Preparación

Precalentar el horno a 180° c



94 comments:

  1. Gloria, por las dudas, no veo la traducción completa al español. Ayer leía la receta en otro blog y además le ponían baking powder. Yo no lo hice nunca, pero ya me tentaste! Besos,

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    1. Ya la completé Myriam, es que a veces me falta terminarla pero ya está lista.
      Esta receta es muy buena y sólo con baking soda queda muy bien.cariños

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  2. Qué rico!! me encanta como te ha quedado. Un abrazo, Clara.

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  3. mmm...se ve rico y ad-hoc para las fechas de celebraciones Irlandesas =)
    gracias por la receta Glorita =)
    pd: tengo calooooooooooorr!

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    1. es muy bueno Emma, encuentro que hoy dia hace un poco menos fíjate, ojalá, besos amiga

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  4. Te quedo delicioso Gloria, casi que se puede sentir el aroma hasta acá!!

    Mil besos.

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  5. That bread looks really good! The last time I made soda bread, it was awful, like a rock! Oops! :)

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  6. Tasty looking loaf of bread, Gloria! Have a great week. xo

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  7. I just heard of this the other day and now here it is at your bay, hmm think someone is trying to tell me something?

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    1. maybe dear :)something like : Pat try this bread (lol)

      Ha! have a good Sunday!

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    2. Pat...you need to try it toasted with butter. So yummy!!!

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    3. True jax! really true!lol

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    4. haha ganging up on me I see, hmmm maybe

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  8. yummy bread.......awesome dear...

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  9. Perfect soup dunking bread that ;0)

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  10. I have been thinking of making a traditional Irish Soda Bread, this looks amazing!

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    1. Thanks dear, is really nice:)

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  11. This looks really good, Gloria...and is so pretty, to! I bet the whole wheat and the oats give it a good flavor! I have everything to make this...even the sesame seeds! :)

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    1. Go ahead dear, take someone for dinner (lol) I really love this Irish bread (lol)

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  12. This is one of my favorite things this time of year. Mine has raisins in it, but either way is good. Looks so yummy!! :)

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    1. Thanks Jax with raisins is nice but this was so fine! Yo think maybe Pat make bread? or the cat? lol

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    2. LOL I hope Pat!! That silly cat would mess it all up...but shh, don't tell the cat I said that :) hahaha

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  13. My mouth is watering!!
    Un beso

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  14. Ya me imagino unas tostadas con ese pan mañana. ¡Qué bueno! Besos.

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  15. I never tried bread made with yogurt, yours looks delicious.

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  16. Yum, I like bread made with yogurt!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  17. Nice! I'm loving all the soda breads I've seen this week. Yours looks great. Have a blessed day!

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  18. Toasted and heavy on the butter please Gloria.

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    1. LOL Valli like I love too!:))

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  19. it looks like the bread has good body as well...i love bread....

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  20. One of my favorite breads. Of course, I'm Irish...

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    1. Im glad you like, is one of my favorites too!

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  21. I have used this nice recipe from the Southern Lady, maybe you would like to try it Gloria
    http://thesouthernladycooks.com/2012/03/13/irish-soda-bread/

    yours looks delicious.

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  22. I don't think I've ever had soda bread before. It looks delicious, and easy to make. Nice pictures dear!

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    1. thanks dear cause still i used mu cel tp take the pics,is easy rebecca!:)

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  23. Dear Gloria, I never tried to make Irish soda bread, but I do like it very much. This looks very good. Blessings my dear friend, Catherine xo

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  24. Looks wonderful! I have always wanted to try making one! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. I have been looking at soda bread recipes and still can't decide which one to use....I'll bookmark this too! Your loaf looks moist and soft!

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  26. I've never made Irish soda bread. It looks really tasty!

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  27. Se ve delicioao....hace tiempo que no hago.....me encanta!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  28. Your soda bread looks the BEST Gloria! You did a wonderful job there! Love you! xxoo

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  29. Love homemade bread! Looks tasty & I'm sure it goes well with all your homemade jam too! :)

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  30. I love a good soft soda bread and yours looks like heaven :D
    Wow I want some with jam...

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
    Latest: Mini Berry Yoghurt Bundts + Lemon Polenta Raisin Cookies

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  31. Good for those post St Patrick day mornings.

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  32. Ah perfect for St Patrick's Day, you know Gloria I have never had soda bread...even though heard so much about it....maybe will try your recipe...your bread looks yum :-)

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  33. That would be perfect for my breakfast this morning. Making Toast..............andi

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  34. Great job, Gloria. It's not my favorite bread of all time, but perfect for St. Patrick's Day. Toasted with some Irish butter, it's delicious.

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  35. Most soda bread I've encountered is really dry but this looks delicious!

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    1. Thanks so mucha Joanne this is really moist!

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    1. HA! thanks is really nice special home made bread!

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  37. What a beautiful bread Gloria; still have never made Soda Bread.
    Rita

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    1. really Rita? you have to do this dear, you will enjoy!

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  38. Delicious looking soda bread Gloria!
    Mary x

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  39. Looks fantastic and nicely baked!!
    Take care,

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  40. Lovely recipe and very healthy too!

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  41. I've never tried soda bread, but it looks delicous! I'm a new follower and would love to have you stop by my brand new blog and follow, too:)

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  42. Ummm!!! I know this was delicious, Gloria! I've never tried to make it but am bookmarking your recipe. By your header, I think you're addicted to cherries also! tee hee! Thanks for the recipe!

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  43. Gloria igualmente me encanta hacer pan Lo que me gusta es los diferentes olores Uno la levadura y luego cuando sale recien del horno mmm Este pan DELICIOSOS
    besos

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  44. favoloso questo pane!!!! buona settimana

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  45. me gusta mucho por que se ve suave! me encantaria probarlo

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  46. Gloria....what an absolutely beautiful bread you have made here! I have a feeling you have the touch for bread making! (And I love your plate!) : )

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    1. Thanks Anne your look amazing too love your recipes:)

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  47. I like this brown soda bread much better than the white one with currants...yours looks so moist and perfect!!!!

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  48. Soda bread is one of my favorite quite breads (although I always try to make it when I have guests because otherwise it goes stale before I can finish it) - I love the addition of oats and wheat germ and I will have to try that the next time I make this bread...

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  49. Qué hay otra cosa mejor para el día de San Patricio?, jeje

    Que buen pan, Gloria... quiero una rebanada, saludos

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  50. I love bread...just can't bake them.

    You left a link to Pablo Neruda's house but when I tried to copy, the link doesn't show up :-( Thanks anyway~

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  51. I am like you I love making homemade bread and finding new recipes. This one looks delicious.
    Gloria, please stop by my blog, I have an award for you.

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  52. hm.very deliciously done......yumm
    Maha

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  53. A wonderful bread! I love this Irish speciality.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  54. Tiene una pinta estupenda, debe estar delicioso! Besos

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  55. Your soda bread looks great! Lovely and delicious.

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  56. I've always wanted to make soda bread, this is a good opportunity for me to give it a go, thanks for the recipe :)

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  57. OH delicious! I adore soda bread! I am going to try this recipe TODAY! Thank you!

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    1. Thanks Jill and thanks for stopping by!

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  58. This looks delish - I am imagining it toasted with butter and marmalade, YUM!

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  59. You made such a lovely Irish Soda Bread Gloria. I was going to bake one up for Marion but I was afraid she would break one of her teeth (and she still has them all at 93:) if I did. The last time I made one it was as hard as a hockey puck!!!

    Thanks for sharing...

    P.S. Maybe I should try again:)

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  60. that's a beautiful loaf, some smoked salmon and guacomole would be taste heavenly for me!!

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  61. It turned out beautiful and I bet delicious! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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