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This is a supper-saver! We enjoy this using only white flour and I've used blended cottage cheese in place of the buttermilk (1 1/2 cups, no vinegar or lemon juice). I make this often. Thanks!

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Anemone September 09, 2009

I needed something in a hurry to serve with Stuffed Cabbage Soup (#51150) and with the cookbook search being down I couldn't find my usual go-to soda bread. I have to say that this isn't the best quick soda bread I've ever had (which could be partially my fault, as I used 1 1/2 cups each of whole wheat and white flour) but still it's pretty good, and worked a treat in a pinch!

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CassiaDawn April 16, 2013

Quick, easy and delicious! DH loved this bread. I added a 1/2 t. of kosher salt, used all white flour and Anemone's tip of using cottage cheese. I didn't blend it and only used a 1/2 C. and a cup of milk with the added vinegar. Worked like a charm. I was worried it might be too hard after taking it out of the oven so I brushed it with melted butter. So delicious with our chicken noodle soup. Thanks for posting the recipe, I'll be making this again for sure.

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Lucky in Bayview December 04, 2012

lacks salt

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mbuchignani October 18, 2012

Really great bread and super quick! Both hubby and I loved this! Couple small additions... I added about 1/2 cup of white sugar and about 2/3 of a cup or so of chopped dates. This turned out great! It went very nicely w/ our pot roast dinner tonight - a nice substantial bread that was quick to make w/ ingredients I usually have on hand - I love it!! Thanks so much!

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Heath*J November 01, 2009

I had to make 20 loaves of bread in a hurry. I chose to make soda bread because it's fast and this recipe is the one I picked. I made it in batches of 4 and ended up with the most beautiful looking loaves. i was absolutely thrilled with the outcome. I will be making this again and not just for crowds but for my family too. Thank you sooo much for posting it.

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Mysterygirl April 19, 2009

Here in Aus we call this damper ;-) But it is an awsome damper!!! YUM!

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djmastermum March 19, 2009

Hey Ladypit, I didn't realize this was your recipe until just now! It was great! I thawed spagetti sauce for a quick dinner and realized I had no bread (and no time). Found your recipe and had beautiful bread in no time. I did add a little salt, garlic and parmesian cheese (sorry) so not perfectly authentic, but it sure was good. I think it will be wonderful toasted in the morning! Thanks so much Cheri

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me & alex June 02, 2008

Easy. I made it with soy milk and vinegar. Of course, I have had better tasting bread. However, for the time it takes to make, this bread it definately worth making.

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lisa_tripp September 15, 2007

i made this today and the kids just loved it. I liked it and probably will make it again. I didnt use any whole weat flour though and i used milk with the viniger. it turned out pretty good.

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Chef smiley #2 April 28, 2007
Fast Fast Fast Soda Bread