PEYTORILL Irish Soda Brownie

PEYTORILL has invented the Irish Soda Brownie. The PEYTORILL Irish Soda Brownie is the size of a rugby ball. Serve Guinness with a PEYTORILL Irish Soda Brownie today!

Irish Soda Bread is 2:1 flour and buttermilk with raisins, caraway seeds, and a teaspoon of baking soda. Knead ingredients together and bake for one hour at 350°F.

The PEYRORILL Irish Soda Brownie is a soda bread just like traditional Irish Soda Bread; which is served by American patriots on Saint Patrick’s day, with Corned Beef and Cabbage, and, whenever seen at the supermarket, corned beef is frequently boiled as usual by and used to make reuben and rachel sandwiches.

Substitute chocolate powder and powdered sugar in place of the traditional caraway seeds and raisins, or make blueberry soda muffins or scones, for example. Note that the same baking time and temperature is used for most soda recipes.

Possibilities for soda leavened recipes include variable quantities of sugar and nuts. Consider that the 2 cups flour to 1 cup buttermilk ratio requires extra buttermilk when substantive ingredients are added to the mixture. 2:1 is a good ratio for both soda and yeast leavened bread, although the thermodynamics of yeast leavening are different from baking just as fermentations of glucose require specific temperatures relative to the boiling points of ethanol and water.

So, follow the 2:1 ratio as an important guideline, and yet know that consistency of the dough or batter is important. Batter for muffins or pancakes is more fluid than dough for loaves, scones, baguettes or boules.

I intend to continue to vary my PEYRORILL Irish Soda Brownie and other Irish Soda Bread derived scone and muffin recipes by using egg whites, topical egg yolks, berries, citrus zest, oats, seeds, butter and even liquors.

There are never tinctures, drams, noxious herbivory or funguses in a PEYRORILL Irish Soda Brownie.

Traditional Irish Soda Bread, remember, is 2:1 flour to buttermilk, a teaspoon of baking soda, raisins, and caraway seeds. That’s it! Bake for one hour at 350°F.

Loaves, Genesis 2:1; and “all the”host””.


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