White pan fried soda bread

White pan fried soda bread

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A dinner in a restaurant is not complete without a nice piece of bread, right? Together with Martijn Kajuiter (Michelin star chef) I made a delicious Christmas menu at my home this year. Martijn lived in Ireland for years and managed the kitchen of a one-star Michelin restaurant there. The menu we are going to make with him also partly has influences from Irish cuisine. And this white pan baked soda bread is a delicious starter. The following recipe is the one you put on it... but you'll have to wait a little longer for that. First this bread, we baked it in a pan, but the oven is also allowed! A recipe for Irish soda bread

White pan fried soda bread

White pan fried soda bread

For me, what's great about Irish Soda Bread is that it doesn't have to rise. We just get right to work and bake. Baking in the pan does take some time, but because we let it cook on a very low fire, you can make the rest of the recipes in the meantime. The crust becomes nice and firm and crispy, and the inside is nicely cooked, and of course you serve it nice and warm.

White pan fried soda bread

Oh and even though Martijn is an experienced star chef, this festive and versatile menu is undoubtedly accessible to everyone! We have carefully searched for delicious dishes, such as this delicious bread, that you will enjoy enjoying at the table with your loved ones.

Moreover, you can prepare this dish in advance, so you don't have to spend too long in the kitchen during the Christmas holidays. So, let's get started and enjoy these delicious culinary creations!

Here you will find the complete recipe with all the ingredients you need. I hope you have fun preparing the dish below.

White pan fried soda bread

White pan fried soda bread

A dinner without bread is of course not possible! We make this delicious Irish Soda Bread.

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Hallway: Side dish
Kitchen: Irish
Keyword: baking soda, flour, buttermilk
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Preparation time: 40 minutes
Total time: 45 minutes
Servings: 6 people
calories: 310kcal
Author: Francine
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And this is how you make it:

  • Mix all ingredients and knead into a ball, dusting occasionally with flour.
  • Place a heavy-bottomed pan on a low heat, dust the bottom of it with flour and wait until the flour turns golden yellow. Then press the dough ball slightly flat in the pan and wait until the mass has risen.
  • Check whether the underside is nicely browned and turn the bread after ten to fifteen minutes. Brown the other side. The bread should be cooked by then. 
  • The bread is done when you insert a skewer into the center of the bread and it comes out clean. 
  • Point of attention: Because we bake with an open pan on an open fire, it is not possible to give exact temperatures. Too hot is disastrous anyway, so make sure you bake on low heat and if it takes a little longer, that's no problem.
  • You can let the bread cool down a bit and then serve immediately.
  • Delicious bites!
Tip from Martin: Super easy is to bake the bread on both sides and then let it cook in an oven. This way, the bread does have the beautiful brown baked-on sides and you have more space on your hob. 
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