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  1. thefirecrackerd

    Perfect soda bread recipe! I baked this following all instructions, save for omitting the raisins and caraway seeds and having to sub lemon juice and milk for the buttermilk, and it came out perfectly, even at higher elevation. I baked this for my child’s preschool luncheon and the kids loved it, some even asking for second and thirds! And I forgot to bring butter to butter the bread. I will definitely bake this again and will try the unadulterated recipe for home. A++


  2. Bernadette

    I always wrap the bread in a damp tea towel when it comes out of the oven, for about a half hour, this keeps the crust From getting too hard. Then wrap in a dry tea towel and let cool.

  3. Bernadette

    you know, it reallly annoys me , all these comments telling you how to bake your
    bread! I have been making this soda bread for fifty years at 425 degrees and it
    Comes out perfect every time! This is how my mother made it also and always worked! So I don’t know what they are doing wrong but it is not the fault of the recipe!

  4. Niki

    I did what others said and set the temp to 375. I used 4 cups and 4 tablespoons flour. After 20mins I covered it with foil. Took 55-60mins to cook. Outside got pretty crispy, but the inside was very soft. My daughter and I like it a lot! Thanks for the recipe!


  5. Joann

    Good recipe however the temperature was way too high so I lowered to 375 about 15 minutes in since it was browning way too fast. I did covered loosely with foil and it worked out fine.


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