Notice: Function add_theme_support( 'html5' ) was called incorrectly. You need to pass an array of types. Please see Debugging in WordPress for more information. (This message was added in version 3.6.1.) in /home/deborahl/Theveganhoneypot.ie/wp-includes/functions.php on line 5831 The Best Vegan Fruit Soda Bread Recipe - The Vegan Honey Pot
Preheat oven to 200 C. Next, make the buttermilk by adding soya milk to a measuring jug with 1 tbsp ACV. Leave it stand for ten minutes. In the meantime melt the butter, and add maple syrup to the butter and leave to one side.
Add all the dry ingredients into a large bowl. Ensure you whisk the baking soda well into the dry mix to ensure it is evenly distributed.
Add the melted butter and syrup to the curdled milk and hey presto it’s now vegan buttermilk. As soda bread doesn’t need yeast, it’s the acidic milk that activates baking soda which gives this bread its rise. See Notes*
Gradually pour the buttermilk into the dry ingredients, mixing it together with a wooden spoon.
Dust the slightly sticky dough with some flour and bring it together without kneading. Turn it out onto a dusted sheet of grease proof paper and shape into a round. Slash a cross in the middle of the soda bread.
Place the Soda Bread on a baking sheet in the middle of the oven and bake for approximately 50 minutes. You know its done when the cross is dry. Give it a toothpick test to be sure.
If you over knead soda bread it will end up chewy. Handle as little as possible and simply shape into a basic round.
Once butter and syrup added to curdled milk you should have about 400 ml liquid.
Keyword easy vegan baking, easy vegan recipes, fruit soda bread, Vegan fruit soda bread, vegan fruit soda bread recipe,