Batch Loaf from Cully’s Arva, Co.Cavan @ballymaloecookeryschool

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Thank you past student Jennifer Cully for this lovely #batchloaf made by Cully’s Craft Bakery, Arvagh Co Cavan. Batch Bread: Four loaves of bread baked in one pan!

Traditional Irish Batch Bread is a white bread that is made in batches of two to four one pound loaves in one pan. The bread is dark (almost black) on the top, and browned on the bottom, and then torn into individual loaves after baking. Irish Batch Bread takes “pull-apart” bread to the next level. The individual loaves are simply wonderful sliced for sandwiches and toast, especially with jam and butter. @cullyscraftbakery Blas Nah hEireann Celebrating and rewarding the very best tasting Irish food and drink products, and the passionate, driven producers who make it.

Batch Loaf from Cully’s Arva, Co.Cavan @ballymaloecookeryschool

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Thank you past student Jennifer Cully for this lovely #batchloaf made by Cully’s Craft Bakery, Arvagh Co Cavan. Batch Bread: Four loaves of bread baked in one pan!

Traditional Irish Batch Bread is a white bread that is made in batches of two to four one pound loaves in one pan. The bread is dark (almost black) on the top, and browned on the bottom, and then torn into individual loaves after baking. Irish Batch Bread takes “pull-apart” bread to the next level. The individual loaves are simply wonderful sliced for sandwiches and toast, especially with jam and butter. @cullyscraftbakery Blas Nah hEireann Celebrating and rewarding the very best tasting Irish food and drink products, and the passionate, driven producers who make it.

Batch Loaf from Cully’s Arva, Co.Cavan @ballymaloecookeryschool

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ballymaloecookeryschool
Thank you past student Jennifer Cully for this lovely #batchloaf made by Cully’s Craft Bakery, Arvagh Co Cavan. Batch Bread: Four loaves of bread baked in one pan!

Traditional Irish Batch Bread is a white bread that is made in batches of two to four one pound loaves in one pan. The bread is dark (almost black) on the top, and browned on the bottom, and then torn into individual loaves after baking. Irish Batch Bread takes “pull-apart” bread to the next level. The individual loaves are simply wonderful sliced for sandwiches and toast, especially with jam and butter. @cullyscraftbakery Blas Nah hEireann Celebrating and rewarding the very best tasting Irish food and drink products, and the passionate, driven producers who make it.

Odlums Honey & Oat Quick Bread

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Honey & Oat Quick Bread

CategoryBreads

Cook Time40-45 mins

What you need:

  • 200g/7oz Odlums Coarse Wholemeal Flour
  • 175g/6oz Odlums Cream Plain Flour
  • 50g/2oz Odlums Porridge Oats, plus extra for dusting
  • 1 level teaspoon Odlums Bread Soda
  • 250g carton Yoghurt
  • 1 Egg
  • 2 tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 3 tablespoons Honey
  • 150ml/¼pt Milk

How to:

  1. Preheat oven to 190°C/375°F/Gas 5. Lightly grease a 900g/2lb loaf tin and sprinkle some oats inside the tin.
  2. Put the wholemeal flour, plain flour and oats into a large mixing bowl and mix well. Sieve in the bread soda and mix to combine.
  3. In a separate bowl beat together the yoghurt, egg, olive oil, honey and milk. Add to the dry ingredients and combine together gently until all dry ingredients are moistened.
  4. Transfer to the prepared tin and sprinkle the extras oats on top, then make a cut down the centre with a knife.
  5. Bake in a central position in the oven for 40-45 minutes until well risen and golden brown. Loaf is baked when tapping underneath produces a hollow sound.
  6. Turn onto a wire tray to cool. Delicious served warm with butter and a drizzle of honey.

Honey & Oat Quick Bread