Second Road Test Recipe Posted

Well now that things are back on track I’m ready to ‘Bake It and Rate It ‘

the second recipes in The Great Soda Bread Road Test.
To get the recipe so you can trial it yourself you will find it in the Easy Bread Recipes
section and now all I have to do is get some of the stuff not in my pantry and tomorrow
I’ll be baking myself happy.
YUM!

Homemade Bread Recipes: Bake It and Rate It

The first loaf in The Great Soda Bread Road Test is cooked (and eaten).

For a full rundown of how the loaf ranked in our Road Test take a look at this post.
If you need any more encouragement just check out this picture… Gotta love this job.
5cfcada9fadc845 The Great Soda Bread Road Test Loaf 1

Road Test?

Am considering doing a road test of Soda Bread recipes.

I have a couple already but really, really  need lots of different ones from all over the world.
Imagine having so any different kinds of homemade bread recipes.
International Soda Bread Road Test… hmm sounds interesting.  Want to play?

Ever wondered about Soda Bread?

This is the first of our Homemade Bread Recipes because it’s absolutely fail safe!
That’s right, I challenge you to get it wrong.
Now if you ever wondered about Soda Bread here is what Wiki says.

Soda bread dates back to approximately 1840, when bicarbonate of soda was introduced to Ireland. Various forms of soda bread are popular throughout Ireland. Soda breads are made using either wholemeal or white flour. In Ulster the wholemeal variety is usually known as wheaten bread and normally sweetened, while the term “soda bread” is restricted to the white savoury form. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soda_bread

And now, before you begin, why not take a look at the YouTube below to get the lowdown on how it all comes together.

Keeping checking back for variations and suggestions to help you make
easy bread recipes that are as much fun to bake as they are to eat!