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Recipes of Ireland

Recipes of Ireland

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Posted Fri 13 Nov 2020 6:48 AM
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Nothing brings people together like good food! Personally I’m a huge bread lover, so I thought why not celebrate Ireland by baking your own bread!
  • 4 cups flour (sieved)
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 and half or 2 cups of buttermilk
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First thing, you’ll like to preheat your oven to about 230°C for later use.

Then, put all the flour, salt and baking soda into a large container and gently whisk together.  Now, add about 1 ¼ cups of the buttermilk to the mixture, and use clean heads to work it into a sticky dough.  Add more buttermilk if the dough is too dry. Finally, knead the dough a few times (not more than 30 secs) and place it on a sheet of baking paper. Keep the thickness at around 1 and a half inches, and do a cross cut with a floured knife.

Now the dough is done, then onto the baking part!

Place the soda bread in your preheated oven and start baking it for 15 minutes at 230°C. Then, bring the temperature down to 200°C and bake for another 25 minutes. As a final touch, turn the bread upside down and continue to bake at 200°C for an extra 5 minutes.

Mmmmmmm! The easy-peezy 4 ingredient Irish Soda Bread is ready to serve. I’d pair it with butter and a cuppa! Remember to enjoy it while it’s fresh and hot!

Do you have any secret Irish recipes to share with us, leave yours below!

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Traditional Irish Christmas Cake (vegan-friendly)

Ingredients:

4 cups mixed raisins
Sultanas and currants.
¼ cup chopped glazed cherries
¼ cup mixed peel
2 cups all-purpose flour
½ tsp salt
¼ tsp freshly grated nutmeg
½ tsp allspice
½ tsp cinnamon1 cup vegan margarine spread
1⅛ cup soft brown sugar
1 cup of coconut milk
2 tsp black treacle
1 lemon rind, grated
1 orange rind, grated
½ cup almonds, chopped
4 tbs of your favourite Irish Whiskey

Directions:
  • Mix all of the fruit in a bowl, add whiskey and leave to soak overnight. Preheat the oven to 180°C/350°F.In a bowl cream, the light brown sugar, and vegan margarine spread.
  • Whisk the coconut milk to get some air into it. Add coconut milk to the creamed mixture and mix well. Fold in the flour and spices.
  • Mix in the rest of the ingredients (fruit, peel, rind, nuts soaked in whiskey). Pour the mixture into a cake tin. Wrap the sides of the tin and cake with tin foil, leaving a 1inch gap at the top of the cake.
  • Bake for 4.5 hours. Allow the cake to cool before putting it in an airtight container if you'd like to add icing. I like to leave it a few days and top it up with whiskey occasionally.
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Irish Whiskey Truffles

What you'll need:
- 2 tablespoons Irish whiskey
- 5 oz (150 g) dark chocolate (75% cocoa solids)
- 5 fl oz (150 ml) thick double cream
- 1 oz (25 g) unsalted butter
- 1 level tablespoon Greek yogurt
- 1 oz (25 g) cocoa powder

Extremely easy recipe:
  • First, break all the chocolate into small pieces and place it in a large bowl. Use a food processor to grind the chocolate for a smoother texture.
  • Place thick double cream, butter and Irish whiskey in a saucepan and bring them to simmering point.
  • After being ground, slowly pour the chocolate into the mixture in the saucepan. Continue to stir until you get a smoothly blended mixture, then add the yoghurt and blend.
  • Once well blended, set and chill in the fridge for a few hours.
  • Lastly, use a cookie/ice cream scoop to scoop little balls, roll them nice and round with your cold hands. Sift cocoa powder on top for the truffle texture.
Super easy to make, very lovely and sweet to gift! Don't forget to decorate for your Valentine and loved ones! ❤️

Do our Community members have an Irish dessert recipe to share?☘️

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