These wonderfully light biscuits are perfect with soups, stews and much, much more.


Sprouted Spelt Irish Soda Bread

I wanted a way to showcase sprouted spelt, so I created this recipe by putting the favorite aspects from my other soda bread recipes together into one loaf. The egg and the baking soda help the loaf rise a lot, so make sure you put it in a big enough pan.

3 cups sprouted spelt

tsp. salt                                                                                                                          

1 tsp. baking soda

cup butter

1 cup raisins                                                                                                        

1 egg                                                                                                                                    Visit A celebration of Irish soda bread

1 cup yogurt + 2 Tbsp. or enough to moisten

Add the salt and baking soda to the sprouted spelt and mix together. Cut the butter into the spelt with a pastry cutter until grainy. Add the raisins and stir to coat.  Add the egg to 1 cup yogurt and stir with a fork or whish to incorporate. Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and pour in the wet ingredients. With a circular motion, stir and fold the ingredients together, but do not over stir. Quickly shape into a small round loaf and cut a cross (about -inch deep) in the top of the loaf. Place in the center of 10-inch pie tin and bake at 375F for 45 minutes during which time the loaf will double in size. Cool on a rack overnight before cutting.


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