These soda bread rolls are deliciously malty, slightly sweet tasting rolls that honestly will disappear quickly from any plate at the table so luckily the recipe makes at least 12 rolls or one decently sized loaf.
This has been my first time baking Irish soda bread and believe me it’s not going to be the last. I have plans for baking lots of different types of soda breads soon.
I find the texture and flavour of this kind of roll, totally delicious, not only that but extremely easy to make. Unlike baking with yeast there’s no waiting time for dough to rise, or kneading process.
These soda bread oaten rolls can be put together quickly and only take a mere 15 minutes to bake in the oven. When you scan through the ingredients you may think, oh buttermilk, I don’t have that in my fridge, where can I buy that ingredient.
Never fear, you can make your own buttermilk by adding a little lemon juice to semi skimmed milk, which gives a buttermilk you can use in this recipe.
Alternatively, just use a runny plain yogurt instead, as I did. St Patrick’s day is on the 17th of March so I thought I would make use of a can of draught Guinness since a good rich stout or a flat beer if that’s all you have available, is often used in an Irish soda bread, depending upon the variation.
Calories: 331kcal | Carbohydrates: 57g | Protein: 10g | Fat: 8g | Saturated fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 628mg | Potassium: 282mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 25IU | Calcium: 43mg | Iron: 2.8mg
Can’t wait to try this recipe. I’ve been using a simpler recipe to make Irish soda farls on top of the stove (they are great tasting too).
I hope you enjoy making the Irish soda bread rolls recipe. Irish Farls sounds delicious, I must try those some time too.
Love this! Do you have US conversions for quantity?
Thank you! Can’t wait to make…!
This has become a favourite recipe in my home. I expect you’ll enjoy it too.
This is a conversation from Grams to cups and ounces.
128 g equals 1 cup or 4.5 oz
I hope this helps you to convert the recipe.