Celeriac & Blue Cheese Soda Bread Recipe | Abel & Cole

Celeriac & Blue Cheese Soda Bread

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Serves4-6 people

The ultimate bread and cheese (and veg) combo!

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  • 175g self-raising flour
  • 175g celeriac, coarsely grated
  • A generous pinch of freshly ground pepper
  • 75g stilton, crumbled into small pieces
  • 100ml milk (or 50ml yogurt diluted with 50ml water)
  • 1 egg, beaten
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1. Preheat the oven to 180C/Gas 4.
2. Mix the flour, celeriac and pepper. Fold through the cheese.
3. Whisk the milk and egg together. Pour into flour mix. Gently fold through, until to mix comes together to form a slightly wet but reasonably firm dough.
4. Place on an oiled or greaseproof paper-lined baking tray. For a glossy finish, brush with a whisked egg.
5. Bake for 40 mins, or till golden and it sounds a bit hallow when tapped.
6. Cool for 20-30 mins before serving. Gorgeous with a hearty soup.
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The bread tasted lovely and it was very easy to make, but it took a lot longer to bake than 40 minutes. Our oven is really good so I can't blame that. I think in total the bread was in for 1hr 5mins so we couldn't eat it with our main meal. The bread itself, however, was really tasty. A tip for blue cheese lovers: I would put more in next time! My boyfriend said it was perfect for him but I'd have preferred a stronger hit.



An inspired recipe - absolutely my favourite from Abel & Cole. Thank you!



Very disappointed - I followed the recipe precisely (even watched the video) but the dough was very soggy and refused to cook through even once the crust was even too crunchy for my Italian husband :( Not sure what could have gone wrong