These sandwich rolls are based on a recipe from County Waterford, Ireland, where my grandmother grew up. They’re similar to the “snowflake rolls” we used to get from bakeries in northern NJ.
I like Irish Soda Bread as much as the next Irish girl, but the recipe I use makes a LOT of soda bread. This Irish Tea Brack makes a smaller loaf and goes great with (you guessed it) tea!
Everyone thinks they have THE BEST recipe for Irish soda bread. I’m here to tell you that THE BEST recipe is the one MY mom uses.
Less than 10 minutes of prep time is all you need to make these biscuits, which are excellent with a hot cup of Irish tea at any time of day.