This recipe is sugar-free because it uses brown rice syrup instead of sugar. Using brown rice syrup also reduces the amount of calories. For another variation, try using brown rice flour instead of wheat flour. Delicious! (Wild Oats recipe)
Enjoy this low fat, filling comfort food without the guilt of rich, cream-based soups. Best of all it’s easy to make and the perfect antidote to a cold winter evening. Enjoy with a slice of soda bread. (From the Wild Oats website).
There are no hard and fast rules to this soup. It's just a traditional Irish recipe. You can mess around with the ingredients such as the amount of leeks and potatoes you'd like to imput. This is found in Nuala Cullen's book Irish Soups and Breads.
A roll with a slightly soft crust and wonderful creamy crumb. It generally keeps for 2 or 3 days. It can be reheated and it also toasts very well. Eat it for breakfast or as part of your supper. This is a recipe created by Nuala Cullen from her book Irish Soups and Breads. It takes a long time to make, but it is most certainly worth it.
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