Cheesy Tear and Share Soda Bread Recipe

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Soda bread is one of the simplest and quickest breads you could make.

And you do not have to compromise on flavour or texture either. While this kind of bread will not keep for long, it is not intended to do so. You whisk it up, you bake it, and you eat it. Flavour is provided by all the things you add to it. In this case lots of cheese and green onions. The resulting tear and share loaf is soft and fluffy and super cheesy. It is a perfect accompaniment to your favourite soup or stew.

Make sure your oven is hot and ready before you even start making the dough. It is important to bake bread in a well preheated oven. 

This recipe is for a 25cm (10in) square pan. Enough for 9 generous pieces.

Watch the video down below for detailed instructions.

Ingredients

125g (4.4oz) white flour

125g (4.4oz) wholemeal flour

4g (0.14oz) baking powder

4g (0.14oz) baking soda

5g (0.17oz) salt

50g (1.75oz) cold butter, cubed

200g (7oz) strong cheddar or any other mature cheese

60g (2.1oz) chopped spring onions

220g (7.75oz) buttermilk *you can use yogurt mixed with milk at a 1:1 ratio

1 whole egg

Method

  1. Preheat your oven to 190C (375F) no fan.
  2. Whisk together the egg and buttermilk.
  3. In a separate bowl combine the wholemeal & white flour. Add the salt, baking powder and baking soda. Mix well to distribute the ingredients evenly.
  4. Crumble in the butter. Add the cheese and spring onions. Mix well.
  5. Add the buttermilk & egg mix to the rest of the ingredients and mix until no dry flour left.
  6. Spread the mix out on a piece of parchment paper. Place in your baking tray and shape to fit.
  7. Sprinkle the top with wholemeal flour and using your dough scraper cut the bread into sections.
  8. Bake for 25 – 30 minutes or until the internal temperature reads above 94C (200F).
  9. Let it set for 10 minutes before removing from the tray.

Enjoy whilst warm fresh 🙂

Watch the video here

Understanding the principles of bread making will let you be in complete control every time you make bread. It will reduce the failure rate and turn you into an even more confident home baker.

I highly recommend you check out the Learning page where I have detailed, easy to understand explanations on each step of the bread baking process and the principles behind it. You can find all the equipment I use and recommend in the Shop (UK) & Shop (US) pages.

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