With this Soda Bread Recipe, I wanted to create something a bit different, Guinness bread although great had been done, and since we sell a lot of craft beer this was the obvious thing to do.
The ale come from a brewery in Howth, so in our believe of supporting local this too was an easy choice. We picked this one after some trails with the recipe, and the team agreed that Handsome Jack was the right ale to give that subtle back ground flavour. I particularly like textures in food, so we added pumpkin seeds and or sunflower seeds, but the choice is really yours.
– 500g of wholemeal flour
– 125g of White flour
– 150g of brown sugar
– 25g of soda
– 10g of baking powder
– 6g of salt
– 30g of Pin head oats
– 125g of porridge oats
– 50g of mixed seeds (Sunflower, pumpkin, pine nuts, or pistachio)
– 10g of seaweed powder
– 125ml of pale ale
– 450ml of buttermilk
– 100g of melted butter..
1. Mix all ingredients well, and place in a buttered and floured mould.
2. Spread evenly.
3. Place in a pre-heated oven at160c for about 1 hour.
4. Remove from mould and place back in the oven at 140c for about another 30 mins until cooked and crisp on the outside.
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