Waterford Blaa is a local Irish specialty. It is a bun-like bun made from flour, butter and sugar. Ideal for breakfast or a simple snack, it’s a delicacy that uses the best of the region’s organic products!
Taste Waterford Blaa
A bread dating from the 18th century
Behind this strange name, the Blaa de Waterford has a history dating back to the 18th century, the time of the Huguenots. At that time, generations of bakers passed down the recipe for this unique bun, which was a great success.
Only to be found in Waterford in bakeries in the city, it is eaten hot, right out of the oven. It can be eaten for breakfast, plain or simply buttered, but can also be enjoyed with a savoury topping at any time of day, with fresh or toasted bacon, irish cheddar or any other Irish cheese.
- Bon Plan: Waterford’s M & D bakery is renowned throughout the region for its Blaa!
Waterford Blaa Recipe
- 500g flour
- 10g of butter
- 10g of salt
- 10g of sugar
- 20g of fresh baker’s yeast
- 275cl of water
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- Strain the dry ingredients through a sieve.
- Then add the softened butter to the mixture.
- Dissolve baker’s yeast and sugar in water.
- Pour the water, sugar and yeast into the dry mixture and knead until smooth and elastic.
- Let stand for 60 minutes.
- Divide the dough into 8 pieces and roll into a ball.
- Flour a baking tray and place the balls on it.
- Let it rest for another 50 minutes.
- Sprinkle the balls with flour, then bake for 20 minutes at 210°C.
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