Insomniac Kitchen: Irish Soda Bread

ABC News' Marci Gonzalez visits Amy's Bread to learn how to make a St. Patrick's Day staple.
3:00 | 03/17/14

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All right since the wee hours of the morning let -- be the first to wish you happy Saint Patrick's Day as we review our. And this holiday when everyone is a little iris and we're gonna get a lesson in how to make Irish soda bread from one of New York's favorite Baker's. It is just think how do you -- addition. -- -- -- We're here at Amy's bread -- Easter currently own parenting you so much for having him here -- -- And we are making what is safe and happy today people in my family and so many others. -- photographic and -- little bit about the history have. Well it's actually based on it hasn't diet I -- it was actually a cheap thing you could make it started out when and so that became popular available only 1840s. OK so where -- we begin -- backtracking in a public -- -- -- to get an economic educational. -- -- Again -- instances into that this is butternut red in here ready and -- I'm -- -- -- the -- in -- -- baking soda. So I just listed together and then it'll just sort of bubble up on the site but what -- the rest of the recipe found evidence that. -- -- -- -- -- -- Just take the dry ingredients -- -- -- of a beautiful. Site that was some flour and just hope for this hour. -- sugar would like to have to show. Just a little different seriously -- -- moderate this is a little bit of the results you have. Town flavor. And then we have baking powder recipe as well and finally paranoid -- Seems innocent he had a lot of flavor to it and then I'll just mixes up. Together. We have about fifty grams of voters really quite small also but it just gives. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Now we just ahead in our lives so you can put that in over the top. The six that I wanted to mix until it comes to. -- take a little bit of -- -- from the bottom it's just provide enough. I like to -- a little -- so you can keep the oven to heat and ice pilots get a 400 benefits of celebrated like twenty minutes of management -- -- 75 so it just takes all of the middle. It takes about fifteen more minutes so this is Claudette crashed Saturday. -- and it's very. -- right. Really really good. -- -- I'm -- yes I love it depend on the -- from the -- Little bit of -- a happy. -- it is here it is this is what we have been waiting for our morning. And normally they traditionally cut it and crops and they would yet that it kept the devil out but any -- exit she puts five blindness and -- to. Oxford again at and I know you like it with butter better believe I think it's still good that you can eat it with it just makes. I had -- much of that much better. My mom makes this every year but there's also -- today you people missed at the top of the -- that your quarter your quarters I am a quarter -- selling isn't something that's not usually my my favorite of the tree experts predict Patrick's day but this. In these -- -- is really good actually from and we thank. -- so good so the recipe came from one of Amy's friends and coworkers who called her grandmother in Ireland's. Copy. -- chip recipe and this is the real deal also -- we. -- -- --

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