dining whats on Recipe: Cook Irish Food At Home Just Like From McGettigan's
Recipe: Cook Irish Food At Home Just Like From McGettigan's
Updated on 09 April 2020

We are back with a recipe from one of the top Irish bars in Dubai, and until you can visit one of your favourite McGettigan's outlets again, you can get a bit closer to the place by cooking some of their favourite dishes at home, with recipes straight from the chef's kitchen. 

Today's recipe is for Irish Soda Bread, and below is a 60-second video explaining how to bake it perfectly at home.

Recipe For Irish Brown Soda Bread:

Ingredients

Whole purpose flour: 250gm

Whole meal flour: 750gm

Butter milk: 150ml

Milk full fat: 700ml

Salt: 20gm

Baking soda: 20gm

Oats: 100gm

 

Description

  1. Take all dry ingredients in a bowl
  2. Add butter milk and milk in to it
  3. Mix it thoroughly
  4. Transfer to desired baking trays
  5. Bake at 210°c for about 45 minutes
  6. Cool it down before slicing

McGettigan's is posting delicious recipes on its YouTube channel every Sunday, with a recipe for roast potatoes on Sunday 12 April and sticky toffee pudding on Sunday 19 April.  

Share this page!
COMMENTS
Children today consume a lot of pre-packed foods. Their morning breakfast generally starts with cereals which are loaded with saturated fat and unwanted sugar, they usually snack on packed biscuits, protein bars or a glass of bottled juice
Reason to stay in bed longer.
Your post-dinner treat sorted.
Try out local cuisine
So much food, so little time.
Are you craving for some spicy and tangy food? A Kati Roll? Well now you can crave no more and get cooking our own with this fantastic recipe we have brought for Paneer Tikka.
Looking for somewhere to relax and chill out while enjoying delicious food? Here's our pick...
Chopsticks at the ready.
Celebrate every night of the week.
Here’s some of our favourites places to break the fast.
Deli by day, wine bar by night and whole lot more in between, Dusty’s has something exciting on offer everyday of the week. Developed as an extension of its owner, Dusty Tourani
Head down to The Collective and indulge in a culinary mix from the Levant Emporium, New Wave Grill Bar, Boutique Bakery and Bombay Café. Serving a range of menus from breakfast
The recently launched INDIE DIFC gives you several reasons to visit the city’s buzzing financial hub. From its urban menu, to its rustic chic décor and friendly atmosphere
Fusion fine dining restaurant Teatro at Towers Rotana Hotel opened its doors in 2001 and has earned its reputation as one of Dubai’s favourite restaurants
Growing up in Mexico City, Chef Richard Sandoval would join his grandmother in the kitchen and gather around her large table with family to enjoy lively Mexican feasts prepared from scratch
Fairmont The Palm invites you to the Ultimate Family Friday Brunch at Flow Kitchen. Choose from life’s Simple Pleasures, which includes the full breakfast brunch, fresh juices
The Act Dubai continues its acclaimed dinner show concept with Alice in Wonderland, but this time there’s a twist! As you follow Alice down the rabbit hole and into Wonderland, you can forget your
The restaurant has been extended over the beach, presumably to cope with diners wishing to eat in one of the most romantic restaurants in Dubai. Overlooking the sea lapping gently on the beach the restaurant specialises in seafood
La Parrilla, the authentic South American restaurant at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, has launched a family-style brunch with Latin flair. With a weekly rotating menu, you can enjoy a culinary tour
Ongoing promotions at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre include the Hops & BBQ Friday Drunch at Warehouse, priced at Dhs 239 with unlimited wine, beer and house
Vineet Bhatia was born into an educated middle class family in Bombay, India in 1967. His first passion in life was aeroplanes, closely followed by his mother's love of cooking
Fogueira Restaurant is a Churrascaria, Brazilian style all-you-can-eat barbeque restaurant, headed by Chef Rodolfo Pires. Enjoy unlimited meat cuts served straight to your
Arrive by an abra through the waterways of the Madinat Jumeirah and take a seat overlooking the serene waterways – the perfect accompaniment to Pai Thai's gourmet cuisine. The lavishly decorated terrace and contemporary
The name Wolfgang Puck is synonymous with the best in restaurant hospitality and the ultimate in culinary arts.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

It isn't half as stylish as most districts in Dubai, but Satwa is a fascinating area. Here you will find interesting souvenirs ranging from toy camels to models of Burj Khalifa.

Souk Madinat is a traditional Arabian souk.

It is the address for the Middle East’s first indoor ski resort and snow park.

This autumn, Emporio Armani presents a captivating jewellery collection of graphic statement pieces that display dynamic masculine style and edgy femininity

Located in the heart of Bur Dubai, be warned: Meena Bazaar isn't the easiest of locations to get to, but it is your go-to place for a traditional shopping experience.

Human+Kind is the one-stop shop for body moisturisers. Get into your skincare groove with Human+Kind's 2-1 Body Lotion (Dhs 55), formulated with a

Wafi delights in its unique architecture and affordable luxury.

It sits along the banks of the historic Dubai Creek.

FEATURED
Take a magic carpet ride across rolling red sand dunes, with an amazing bird's eye view of the untouched desert below.
Since its opening in December 1999, the Burj Al Arab has been one of the most photographed structures in the world. Sometimes referred to as "the world's most luxurious hotel
The Dubai Fountain was designed by California-based WET, the creators of the Bellagio Fountain in Las Vegas, and is 275 metres long with five circles and two central arcs. Over
The UAE is surrounded by two bodies of water, both offering different diving experiences. Dubai is good for shipwrecks, which are home to Barracuda, Snappers and Jacks, with common
Unveiled in February 2010, the Burj Khalifa stands 828 metres high - 320 metres taller than Taipei 101 which held the record since 2004. The Burj Khalifa currently holds seven records, including the highest occupied
A 'must do' when in Dubai.
HAPPENINGS
Your little ones will thank you.
Dubai stands in line with cities like Paris, Milan, London and New York, so you can never be bored of this city. There are a million of things to see, try, and taste!
Top things to do in Dubailand, Motor City, Sport City and Green Community
Top things to do in Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT), Emirates Living, Jebel Ali, Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR)
And you won't be disappointed.
Top things to do in Deira, Garhoud and Al Muteena.
Do you love food and more food? Then this is for you. Etisalat Beach Canteen, part of Dubai Food Festival, is back for daily from 8pm onwards until 14 March. The food carnival is on Jumeriah Beach
Top things to do in Downtown Dubai, DIFC, Business Bay, Al Meydan and Dubai Design District
If you are expecting a quiet month with not much else to do other than some me-time, then think again. The calendar this month is packed full of things for everyone to do. There are things for everyone from music lovers, fitness fans, foodies, art.
Top things to do in Al Barsha, Barsha Heights and Al Quoz
Top things to do in Sheikh Zayed Road, 2nd of December Street and Al Satwa
Top things to do in Jumeirah 1,2,3, Beach Road, Al Wasl Road, Umm Suqeim, Al Sufouh, Palm Jumeirah
Are you missing travelling and exploring new places? Even with us being confined to our homes, you can still keep discovering new places through complimentary virtual tours arranged by digital platform Google Arts and Culture.
Top things to do in Bur Dubai, Karama, Al Mankhool, Al Jaddaf and Oud Metha
INSTAGRAM
FOLLOW
Discover Dubai
Stay Connected - Drop us your email.