Martha Stewart’s Irish Soda Bread | Martha Bakes Recipes | Martha Stewart

reveals you how to make Irish just in time for St. Patrick's Day. This Irish dish is easy to make and beyond delicious to , specifically when newly warm (or toasted) and spread out with a little butter. It produces the perfect grab-and-go breakfast in addition to a delicious treat to during the day– so tasty, in truth, that you'll wish to make it all year long. Plus, this dish requires no rising or proofing time, so you can make fresh homemade bread at home in a fraction of the time.

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0:00 Introduction
0:09 How to Make Buttermilk
0:31 Mix Dry Ingredients
1:43 Cut in the Butter
3:46 Add Buttermilk
4:11 Knead Dough & Bake
4:58 Completed Irish

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  1. Martha really came for me without even knowing it. I had to go out and purchase fresh baking soda and baking powder this morning. Because I made a batch of cookies and they did not spread like they usually do. And I didn’t realize that my baking soda and bacon powder had expired.

  2. Noooo caraway seeds for me lol I don’t like them in sausage or doughs 😅

  3. I make this bread on a regular basis and I would never consider using two and a half spoons of salt. I wouldn’t use that much salt in a month. Very often I omit the salt. Whether it is Kosher, Sea or Himalayan it is still salt and at the rate you use it it is suicidal. Also why not just use buttermilk?

  4. Beautiful presentation of the preparation method! Congratulations! 😊

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