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Amanda
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Posted From: 65.31.37.116
Posted on Friday, March 18, 2005 - 07:54 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

could someone please translate the recipes found on this site?!

Arán Sóide

2 cupán phlúr 3 spúnóg boird siúcra
1/4 taespúnóg salann 1/2 cupán rísíní
1/4 taespúnóg sóid aráin 1 cupán bláthach
1 1/2 taespúnóg púdar aráin 2 spúnóg boird im

Leáigh an t-im.
Criathraigh na cómhábhair thirime agus na rísíní i mbabhla mór.
Déan log sa lár agus cúir dóthain bláthaí agus an t-im leis le taos bog a dhéanamh.
Oibrigh go sciobtha agus fuin an taos go héadrom le do lámha ar losaid plúraithe.
Déan cáca cruinn agus cuir ar leathán bácála é a bhfuil croitheadh beag plúir air.
Gearr cros ar a bharr le scian phlúraithe.
Cuir isteach é san oigheann téite (350 ).
Fág ansin é 30 - 45 nóiméad.
Nuair a bheidh sé bruite, beidh fuaim tholl leis má bhuaileann tú an bun le do mhéar.


Císte Pórtair

1 1/4 cupán pórtair 4 cupán phlúir
8 onsa ime 1/2 taespúnóg sóid aráin
3 ubh 1 1/2 cupán siúcra donn
2 taespúnóg spíosraí measctha 1 cupán rísíní
1 cupán sabhdánaigh 1 cupán cuiríní
1/2 cupán silíní craiceann grátáilte 1 oráistí

Leáigh an t-im agus an siúcra sa phórtar i sáspan.
Cuir na torthaí agus suanbhruith ar feadh 5 nóiméad, ag corraigh go minic.
Lig dó fuarú an meascán.
Criathraigh an plúr, an tsóid aráin, na spíosraí agus an craiceann oráistí i mbabhla mór.
Cuir an meascán toraidh leis sin.
Buail na huibheacha agus measc isteach iad le spúnóg adhmaid.
Doirt an meascán isteach i stán 9 orlach cruinn.
Bácáil ar sheilf láir oighinn théite (350 ) ar feadh 1 1/2 uair.
Nuair a bheidh sé réidh, sáigh bior isteach cúpla am agus doirt 4 spúnóg bóird ar bharr.


i have a friend from Ireland here in town and i'm sure he'd be thrilled if he could have some good Irish food.

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Seanog
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Username: Seanog

Post Number: 15
Registered: 03-2005
Posted on Friday, March 18, 2005 - 08:00 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Just give him 24 Guinness and he'll forget all about the soda bread lol

- Seán Ó Treasaigh

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'dj@ks
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Posted From: 159.134.221.198
Posted on Friday, March 18, 2005 - 09:07 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Soda Bread

2 cups flour, 3 tablespoons sugar.
1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup raisins
1/4 teaspoon bread soda 1 cup buttermilk
1 1/2 taespúnóg púdar aráin 2 wee spoons of butter

Melt the butter
Sift the dry elements and the reasins in big bowl.
Make a pit in the centre and put enough buttermilk and butter to make soft dough.
Work fast and kneed the dough lightly with your hands in a floured kneeding trough.
To this toroughly and put into a wide baking tray and throw some flour over it.
Cut crosses with the tip of a floured knife.
Put inside a heated oven (350 ).
Leave there for 30 - 45 minutes.
When it is cooked, there will be a hollow sound when hit with your finger.

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Amanda
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Posted From: 65.31.37.116
Posted on Friday, March 18, 2005 - 09:11 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

lol funny... he's an on-call doctor and as much as he wants Guinness he can't have it.

anyway if someone could please translate these recipes i'd greatly appreciate it.

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Amanda
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Posted on Friday, March 18, 2005 - 09:13 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

'dj@ks thanks! any clue as to the other one?

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Rath
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Username: Rath

Post Number: 17
Registered: 01-2004


Posted on Friday, March 18, 2005 - 09:50 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Soda Bread

2c flour / 3T sugar
1/4t salt / 1/2c raisins
1/4t baking soda / 1c buttermilk
1 1/2t baking powder / 2T butter

Melt the butter.
Sift the dry ingredients and the raisins in a large bowl.
Form a hollow in the middle and pour in enough buttermilk and (melted) butter to make a soft dough.
Working quickly, knead the dough lightly with your hands on a floured breadboard.
Form a round cake and place it on a lightly floured baking sheet.
Cut a cross in the top with a floured knife.
Place it into the oven at 350 degrees.
Leave it there for 30 - 45 minutes
When it is cooked, there will be a hollow sound when you tap it on the bottom with your finger.

Porter Cake

1 1/4c porter / 4c flour
8oz butter / 1/2t baking soda
3 eggs / 1 1/2c brown suger
2t mixed spice / 1c raisins
1 c sultanas / 1c currants
1/2c cherries / grated skin of an orange

Melt the butter, sugar and porter in a saucepan.
Add the fruit and simmer for 5 minutes, stirring often.
Let the mixture cool.
Sift the flour, baking soda, spices and the orange peel in a large bowl.
Add the fruit mixture.
Break the eggs and mix them in with a wooden spoon.
Pour the mixture into a 9" round pan.
Bake on the middle shelf in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes.
When it is ready, stick a skewer or knife in a few times
and pour 4T of porter on top.
(the word 'porter' is missing from Irish recipe)

Bain sult astu.
oops - níor thug mé faoi deara go raibh ceann acu aistrithe cheana.

(Message edited by rath on March 18, 2005)

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Amanda
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Posted From: 65.31.37.116
Posted on Friday, March 18, 2005 - 09:58 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

thanks Rath!

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Réaltán Ní L
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Posted From: 83.71.14.15
Posted on Friday, March 25, 2005 - 06:27 pm:   Edit Post Print Post

Amanda
soda bread has a habit of coming out like a rock. If it does, you can cook it in a casserole dish with the lid on and a little extra water in the recipe. take the lid off to cool when you take it out of the oven but leave in the casserole dish until cold.
Good luck. It's a divil to get right.
Porter cake is a no-fail.



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