Why is Soda Bread synonymous with the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day? In the 1800s, bread in Ireland was made at home rather than in bakeries. The flour the Irish used was from soft wheat which is naturally low in gluten and does not interact well with yeast, using baking soda instead.
Our version of Soda Bread adds butter and Raisins which make this treat so much more delicious. Traditionally these more indulgent additions were only used for special occasions. We think you should eat this special occasion bread every day this March!
What makes our Irish Soda Bread Unique?:
• Baked in-house & fresh everyday
• Plentiful of plump raisins
*Try some of our delicious Irish Soda Bread, sliced and toasted with some Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter.