Step 6: Add Liquid Ingredients

After the butter is fully incorporated, pour in the milk and add the molasses. Begin stirring with a spoon to incorporate. At a certain point, it becomes necessary to mix - or almost knead in the bowl - by hand to fully incorporate the ingredients. This dough is somewhat dry and takes a bit of working to fully mix.
I normally make 1 soda bread each week, so this week I decided to try your recipe (it's only slightly different, but there's a bazillion different recipes/concepts out there), here it is: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jrossetti/5641932682/<br><br>Tastes great. I'd never thought of using molasses, but I like it! I hope you'll agree with me in that soda bread makes THE BEST toast, hands down, period.<br><br>Thanks for sharing!
Awesome. glad to know it turned out well for ya and that you like it! Thanks for the photo! <br><br>Most soda bread recipes really are a derivative of the same recipe, but slight variations can make a pretty significant difference in flavor... which is part of the reason I like it so much.<br><br>And hands down, the best toast in the world. I agree 100%!
Looks very easy indeed.
This looks fantastic! I think I might try it today, looks very easy. :D
Thanks! <br><br>It really is as easy as it looks... and it always comes out good no matter how much I mess it up! Let me know what you think if you try it.
Thank you for sharing mate, much appreciated. <br> <br>Tell me. I do put a bowl of water in the oven to give it a damp warmth. is this necessary here as well? <br> <br>Again thank you :)
Thanks! I've tried this recipe both with and without water in the oven and I havent't noticed any significant difference. Lately, I've just been skipping it. Although I never open the oven door until the bake time is up.

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