Irish Soda Bread Recipe – Great Crusty Loaf Made Quick and Easy

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This Irish Soda Bread Recipe is a great quick and easy crusty loaf that you can whip up with no yeast! This Irish Soda Bread is perfect every time!

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Irish Soda Bread – Great Crusty Loaf Made Quick & Easy

No yeast? No problem? Never made homemade bread before? I got your back with this one! Irish Soda Bread is a simple, quick way to enjoy and nice crusty loaf of homemade bread! It’s perfect for dunking in soups and stews. Better yet, try it with a nice compound butter smear! Don’t fear trying your hand at homemade bread ever again. Let’s get to baking!

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Irish Soda Bread Recipe

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Irish Soda Bread Recipe
 
Irish Soda Bread Recipe This Is A Great Crusty Loaf Made Quick & Easy No Yeast? No Problem! This Irish Soda Bread Is Perfect Every Time
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Recipe type: Bread
Serves: 1 Loaf
Ingredients
  • 2 cups All Purpose Flour
  • 3½ TSP Baking Powder
  • 1 TSP Baking Soda
  • 1 TSP Salt
  • 1 ¼ - 1 ½ cups Yogurt (plain unsweetened)
  • 1 TBS Olive Oil (vegetable oil works fine as well)
  • 1 TBS Honey
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt until well combined.
  2. Add the yogurt, oil, and honey to the bowl and mix well. You may need to use your hands to get all of the ingredient incorporated completely.
  3. Flour a clean counter-top and knead the Irish Soda Bread dough slightly for about 30 seconds. Form into a nice round shape. Grease a cake pan and place the round dough into the center of pan. Cut a shallow X shape on the top of the round dough using a sharp knife or bread knife. Bake the bread at 350 degrees for 40 to 45 minutes.
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  5. Serve warm! Top with butter once you remove from the oven or your favorite jam.

**Fun Facts! –  Irish Soda Bread began popping up in the mid-19th century when baking soda first became available for use as a raising agent. Easier and cheaper than traditional yeast. Also, traditional recipes call for buttermilk. However, in some recipes, the buttermilk is replaced by live yogurt (as I did here) or even stout. Which is on my to-do list!

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Happy Baking!

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Comments

  1. Julie Wood says

    I love making Irish Soda bread every year during St. Patrick’s Day and this recipe is easy to make and I will have to make this! It looks delicious!

  2. nicole dz says

    Yum, fresh Irish Soda bread is so yummy with butter, now I am going to have to gather the ingredients and make some.

  3. shelly peterson says

    I have never made bread before and have never tried Irish Soda Bread but it looks yummy. I like how easy this is to make, perfect for some one who has never made bread before.

  4. kymi a says

    I’m a lover of fresh bread you can do so much with it and make many different meals and I can’t wait to try this recipe looks so yummy and perfect for St. Patty’s day too. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Kassia says

    I am making this bread right now. Is the dough supposed to be like cake batter consistency? Because that is how mine is and I followed the ingredients. I’ve never made soda bread I am used to making yeast bread.

  6. Strobeguy says

    I just made this..It was excellent!
    The only change was I subbed 1 cup domestic beer for the yogurt.

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