Print Recipe Vegetable soup Servings Servings Share this Recipe
Month: November 2017
I just love Soda farls and they’re so cheap to make. They’re great to serve up with soups and stews. Fabulous for breakfast sliced in half and stuffed with crispy bacon and lashings of HP sauce.
They are unbelievably quick and simple to make. Most recipes call for them to be made with buttermilk but this can be substituted for ‘regular’ milk (full fat, semi skimmed) with a couple of spoonfuls of either vinegar or lemon juice.
No special equipment is needed, you don’t even need a rolling pin. Just make up the dough and use your hands to shape it into a rough circle about the depth of your finger. Cut the circle into four and you have your soda farls ready to be cooked! It really is that simple.
If you’ve never tried them before, you really must give them a go. They’re absolutely delicious, even better straight out of the pan cut in half and slathered in butter!
When I started thinking about this blog I thought it might be helpful to make up a list of essential kitchen items you need to start cooking from scratch. A lot of the items I have in my kitchen are second hand. I’ve picked them […]