Information for our
HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY
07 March 2014
Scofa soda bread, available from Wright's mail order, is just the "Wright" accompaniment for St. Patrick's Day. Mix one up on the day! Simply make a scone, dome shape of Scofa soda bread dough and place it on a baking tray. Cut the dough into 4 or 8, so the knife just touches the baking tray itself, enabling the dough to thoroughly cook through.
Scofa requires no rising so you can decorate each cut piece with a different array of seeds or score in a name or initial with a chopstick and just place it in a preheated oven 220°C, 430°F, Gas Mark 6 for 30 - 35 minutes.
Use this as a centrepiece for your St. Patrick's Day celebration, warmed the next day or see our recipe ideas below:
This is a sweet pastry style dessert that we call Apple Dappy easily created with Scofa and enhanced only by a pour of cream over the top!
I love making these quick and easy Celtic Rock Cakes with Scofa.
Scofa creates superb Tea Scones too.
Tasty Stilton & Apricot Bites can be made with our Scofa.
These Treacle Scones are a treat to eat.
If you prefer something savoury then this Spinach & Cheese Soda Bread is definitely for you!
You can see now that Scofa soda bread is so versatile as a mix – it lends itself to making so many recipes. My favourite recipe is the Stilton & Apricot Bites along with plain Scofa – simply made with water but served with smoked salmon – it takes me right back to lunches I enjoyed on the West Coast of Ireland. Deb the Bread.