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IRISH BROWN BREAD


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Ingredients

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  • 500 grams S/R wholemeal flour
  • 1 teaspoon bicarb soda
  • 1 tablespoon oats
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon Evoo
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 400 grams buttermilk
  • 6
    1h 4min
    Preparation 4min
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  • 7
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  1. 1. Place all ingredients into TM

    2. Knead for 1 1/2 minutes

    3. Place into greased loaf tin

    4. glaze top of bread with buttermilk

    5. Sprinkle oats on top

    6. bake for 1 hour at 160 degrees

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Enjoy!  Happy Saint Patricks Day.


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  • Thanks for recipe, this has been my go to for some...

    Submitted by Naidebg on 23. December 2018 - 13:14.

    Thanks for recipe, this has been my go to for some time but forgot to rate. Lovely texture and taste and I'm Irish...so fussy. 😁🙂

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  • Very soft and flavoursome.

    Submitted by JENNIGRANDMA on 11. April 2016 - 11:52.

    Very soft and flavoursome. You are concous of the smell and tast of soda, but we ate it nearly out of the pan so the butter melted and it was delicious. It was still moist and soft the next day. The mixture is very stiff and was hard to get out of the thermomix and into the pan. I did not put the oats on the top as children often do not like this. It is hard to get a bread like loaf without yeast, but this was very good. Not heavy either and not too sweet. We ate it with a chicken casserole as savoury. The person who ate the most was one with irish forebears!!

    GrandmaB

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