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Wonderful, I was pleasantly surprised. I have never made or ate Irish soda bread before, however, I am sure to make it again. It%u2019s simple yet delicious!
I'd never made or tasted Irish Soda bread until this weekend. It is amazing! I left out the raisins and caraway seeds but might add the seeds next time if I remember to buy some. I also did not have a spring form pan so I made it in a regular loaf pan. My husband and I ate the bread with two different meals and it went well with both. Amazing by itself with a bit of butter. Great recipe and easy to make!
This is fantastic, I always get complements on it! I like to play around with the amount of Sour Cream (sometimes more and sometimes less - it really creates different flavors/textures).
Really, really good! Made it for Sunday dinner tonite, everyone loved it. Mom had a second piece of this instead of dessert! Didn't change a thing, even used the spring form pan! Perfect!
Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
I was looking for a great Irish soda bread recipe ever since I first tried soda bread and I found it in your recipe. It's wonderful and something I really look forward to making for St. Patrick's Day (although I like it enough to make year round). Thank you so much!!
Superb! A delightful change to my morning routine and great accompaniment with my coffee.
Everyone loved it! Thank you!!
Absolutely delicious! I've made this several times, usually after getting pestered by my kids repeatedly :-) I follow the recipe exactly as written and it turns out beautifully every time. Thanks for posting!
This recipe was wonderful! Thank you for sharing it. I've made various other Irish soda bread recipes but this one is my absolute favorite. Some others recipes are either too dense or just taste like a form of buttermilk bisquit shaped like bread. The texture is perfect.
This recipe is a keeper for my family recipe box.
A slice was so delicious spread with butter. Thank you again!
PERFECT! For years, I have suffered through countless loafs of dry yucky irish soda bread. That is a thing of the past. I did use splenda (I'm diabetic) and dried cranberries (hubby can't eat raisins) but otherwise made as written and couldn't have asked for anything better. 19 yo son nearly devoured half of eat before the rest of us sat at the table! Will make this anytime, not just for St. P's Day now.
Thank you for sharing.