Friday, November 26, 2010

A Bread A Month: November's Irish Soda Bread

It's that time again, for a new bread adventure.

A simple bread that needs no rising, and the few simple ingredients: Flour, Salt, Bicarbonate of Soda, Milk, and Butter. Sounded real easy, but look what I got.


It was dry, flat, and gave us a major salt attack.It's all chemistry; something must have gone wrong, somewhere. Do I also need to mention ugly?

I'm afraid this recipe gets a 'Fail' stamp on it.


5 comments:

  1. I don't know how it should look, but indeed not very tastefull

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  2. Why don't you cut it in small slices and put into the oven?! (until golden and crispy)
    You can have it on veggies soups, or with soft/cream cheese, etc

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  3. Ciao my lovely friend!
    Long time I do not leave you a comment, eh?!
    So you didn't serve any bread to Dr.Pin last evening eh?!
    What's the green thing in your dish?! Leeks?! Eeeeeeek! :D

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  4. Bummer - but I like Green Thumb's idea. Or bake it longer for some croutons.Better luck next time!

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  5. Thats the first failure, yes? I have never had Irish soda bread before, but the ingredients sounded nice. What a shame it didn't turn out how you hoped it would.

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