Soda bread is such an easy and satisfying bread to make – no vigorous kneading, no leaving it to prove and just a few minutes to mix it together.
I’ve used khorasan flour in this recipe, an old variety of wheat that is becoming more readily available in the supermarkets. I like it because it’s full of fibre and protein but has a much lighter feel than wholemeal flour. Substitute with regular plain wholemeal flour if you prefer.
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- Khorasan flour (or plain wholemeal flour) 250g
- Plain flour 250g, plus a little extra for dusting
- Bicarbonate of soda 1 tsp
- Salt 1 tsp
- Milk 100ml, (but more liquid may be needed if the dough seems too dry)
- Full fat yogurt 300ml
Recipe by Genevieve Taylor