Makes 1 loaf
Let your children know the history of soda bread making and that they should be very proud of their culture. There is a great science lesson in this – the bread soda reaction with sour milk or buttermilk creating exciting volcanoes!
450g plain white flour
Pinch of salt
1 level tsp Bread Soda (Baking Soda)
1 tbsp oil (a non scented oil i.e. no olive oil)
420ml sour milk or buttermilk
1 tbsp tomato paste
6 sundried tomatoes (If using sundried tomatoes in oil, omit oil from recipe and do not soak in water)
Recipes supplied by Catherine Fulvio of Ballyknocken House & Cookery School, herself a busy mother of two, she will be launching her second TV series and first cookery book later this year. Watch out for Head Chef Junior Chef Cookery Courses at Ballyknocken Cookery School later this summer, visit www.thecookeryschool.ie for more information. This is an innovative & novel cookery course for adults and children – guaranteed fun, learning and bonding in the kitchen.
Parents & children, aunts & nieces, godfathers and godchildren come together to learn the skill of patience and support to the budding chefs. This is a fun hands-on kids and adults cookery class and includes light supper and your own suite of recipes to take home. And hopefully once school starts your young chefs will be able to assist you in the kitchen!