Dianne’s Irish Soda Bread Recipe!

Dianne celebrates the Irish aspect of her mom’s household with a particular recipe for St. Patrick’s Day – the soda bread that her grandfather Barney Dooley used to make… Right here’s the best way to make Papa Dooley’s Irish Soda Bread, and a really Blissful St. Patrick’s Day to you!
4 cups flour½ cup sugar1 t salt1 t baking powder1 t baking soda2 T caraway seeds½ cup butter (1 dice)2 cups raisins1 egg1 ½ cup buttermilk

Sift collectively flour, sugar, salt and baking powder.
Combine within the caraway seeds.
Reduce within the butter.
Add the raisins and put aside.
Combine one crushed egg with the buttermilk and the baking soda.
Pour over the flour combination and stir with a fork till moistened.
Knead the ensuing dough briefly on a floured board (or marble) till easy.
Form right into a ball and place in a buttered iron skillet.
Make a 4-inch cross throughout the middle of the dough. (To maintain the satan away!)

Bake at 375 levels for 45 minutes to an hour.
(For a pleasant shiny prime crust, brush with 2 egg yolks crushed with a little bit of cream)
And there you’ve gotten it!
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