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Brown Bread Mix Odlums 1kg

Brand : Odlums / Country : Ireland / Reference: : 10088

Make your own brown bread. A perfect baking mix for a delicious homemade wholemeal bread.

3,20 € tax incl.

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Net Weight1 kg
BrandOdlums
CountryIreland
Reference:10088

Odlums has been producing flour in Ireland for more than 160 years.


The company was created by the Odlum family in 1845 when they opened their first mill in Portlaoise. The Odlums flour has been used in Irish homes for generations. Today, Odlums strives for innovation and the brand continues to provide Irish consumers with a wide range of flours and mixes of the highest quality. The Odlums range includes more than 120 different products.

Ingredients: wholemeal wheat flour, wheat flour, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phoasphate), salt, anti-caking agent (tri calcium phosphate).

Allergen advice: for allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.

Valeur nutritionnelle moyenne
Average nutrition value
100g
Valeur énergétique / Energy320kcal
1352kJ
Protéines / Protein10.4g
Glucides / Carbohydrate
dont sucres / of which sugars
61.4g
2.0g
Matières grasses / Fat
dont acides gras saturés / of which saturates
2.1g
0.3g
Sel / Salt2.7g
Fibre8.6g

Best before: see date on pack.

Store in a cool, dry place. Store in an airtight container once opened.

To make your traditional brown soda bread:

Ingredients: 500g/1lb approx brown bread mix, 350 ml - 400ml/ 12fl oz - 14 fl oz of cold milk, flat barking sheet or 18cm/7'' round cake tin.

1. Preheat oven to 400°F, 200°C, Gas 6.

2. Weigh out 500g/1lb approx. of mix and put into a bowl.

3. Add sufficient milk to form a soft dough.

4. Knead the dough a little on a floured surface and turn the smooth side up.

5. Cut a cross over the top and place in floured 18cm/7'' cake tin or place on a floured baking sheet.

6. Bake for 40 minutes approximately. When baked the bread will have a hollow sound if tapped on the base.

7. Cool on a wire tray. A tea towel wrapped over the bread at this stage helps to give a softer crust.

Top Tip: Milk other than cow's milk can be used but may produced a lighter crust colour when baked.