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Honestly, folks, even if you aren’t Irish, you can still make this very easy soda bread.
I have to say, this German girl loves her some Irish soda bread! It is the perfect bread for eating with soups, stews, and casseroles. why? because its rustic texture is wonderful for dipping. When you dip bread into a soup or stew you don’t want it getting too terribly soggy. that simply does not happen with Irish soda bread. This bread is super delicious and very easy to make. You definitely do not have to be Irish to make it.
I am going to make a full-fledged Irish meal this year for St. Patrick’s day and you cna bet your Blarney stone that this Irish soda bread will be on the menu.
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Quick Tip: Serve this Irish soda bread with lots of Irish Kerrygold butter.