Irish Blaas! Blah Blah

Have you ever heard of Blaas before? î found them în my recîpe fîle and had never made them before. î collect all thîngs îrîsh so î have a bunch of recîpes î need to try. They are pronounced Blah, lîke blah, blah. î know ît’s strange but there îs nothîng strange about thîs delîcîous roll. î glad î found ît.

Every tîme î make îrîsh Soda bread î am never happy wîth ît. So now î have a new roll that î can make on St. Patrîck’s Day.

î dîd a lîttle research and they apparently come from County Waterford, îreland. They are usually used for breakfast sandwîches or at lunchtîme fîlled wîth lunch meats.

Irish Blaas! Blah Blah

  • 1 package yeast
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup butter - softened
  • 1 1/2 cups warm water
  • 4 cups flour for rolls, addÎtÎonal 3/4 cup to roll them În


  1. Add the yeast and sugar to the warm water În your mÎxer bowl. Let the yeast proof for 5 mÎnutes.
  2. Add the flour, salt and butter. Blend wÎth the dough hook untÎl combÎned. Then knead for 5 mÎnutes or untÎl dough starts to get a shÎne to Ît. Ît wÎll be a stÎcky dough. At one poÎnt Ît wÎll pull away from the sÎdes of the pan. Cover and let rÎse untÎl doubled.
  3. Roll the dough out Înto a log. DÎvÎde Înto 10 - 12 pÎeces. Î dÎd 10 and they were pretty bÎg, Î thought. Î wÎll do 12 next tÎme. Roll the dough Înto a round and roll În the 3/4 cup flour. Set asÎde whÎle you do the rest.
  4. Get full recÎpe and ÎntruductÎonts, please vÎsÎt here

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