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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Irish Soda Farl

A quick and easy bread that would really fill you up in no time. This recipe is based on my own rendition of a soda bread, but instead of baking the dough, it is griddled in an oil-less heavy pan and served with lashings of Kerrygold. "Farl" is from the Gaelic word "fardel" meaning "four parts".

1 cup wholewheat flour
1/4 cup plain flour
1 tsp baking soda
pinch of salt
buttermilk (around 1 cup)

Mix dry ingredients together, then pour buttermilk and mix until dough comes together into a smooth mass.
Pat into a circle around 1 cm thick.



Cut dough into 4 portions, and dry fry in a non stick pan (or sprinkle some flour in the pan to prevent from sticking). Each side would take approximately 4-6 minutes. Cook till its nice and golden brown.



Serve while hot.. (although it's quite good the day after as well!)


butter or jam... and some coffee would be best accompaniments!


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