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Cranberry Soda Bread

A very quick bread that has plenty of taste. The cranberries add a touch of tartness. The bread is fantastic toasted with Seville Orange marmalade.

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Ingredients

330g White Strong Bread Flour

55g Biodynamic Stoneground Wholemeal Flour

55g Irish Soda Coarse Brown Bread Flour

110g Soft Cake and Pastry White Flour

2tsp Bicarbonate Soda

7g Sea Salt

100g Cranberries (if using frozen, use from frozen; they keep their shape better)

380g  Sour Milk (sour with 2tsp lemon juice, leave for 30 minutes to sour). Can also Buttermilk instead.

Method

  1. Mix the dry ingredients.
  2. Add cranberries, mix lightly.
  3. Add soured milk (buttermilk) and quickly mix to form a dough . Do not knead.
  4. Form into a round and place on a baking stone / baking tray.
  5. Cut a cross on the top (if prefered lightly dust with white flour).
  6. Bake at 220c for 45 minutes. Check fully baked before resting to cool on a wire tray.

 

 

Added by: Stoat Dough


Tags: Bread fruit Soda Bread

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