If you are looking for something different for breakfast or even a quick and tasty lunch, then try out The Lamb Van’s lamb and spinach filled soda farl recipe.
There’s nothing beats a good home made soda farl and this recipe with added lamb and spinach filling won’t disappoint 😄
The whole family will love this recipe from The Lamb Van.
It’s quick, easy and super tasty as well as being highly nutritious! What’s not to like.
Did you know lamb is a not only delicious but is also highly nutritious as it is rich in protein and packed with nutrients including iron, zinc, vitamin B12, and selenium which help maintain healthy blood cells and support the immune system.
- 250ml buttermilk
- 500g plain flour
- 1 teaspoon of baking soda
- A pinch of salt
- 4 eggs
- 500g lamb sausage meat
- 100g baby spinach
- Tomato relish
- Mix flour, baking soda and pinch of salt.
- Slowly add buttermilk to form a dough.
- Knead dough and roll out to 1 cm thick.
- Cut into 4 farls and bake in a dry pan.
- When golden wrap in a tea towel.
- Divide sausage meat into 4 patties and shallow fry.
- Cook egg as preferred.
- Cut soda farl in half and fill with patty, egg, baby spinach and relish.
To get the freshest lamb, pick up The Lamb Van’s range of small, medium and large fresh and frozen lamb meat boxes available through local retail outlets in Co. Antrim and via The Lamb Van website click link to shop online shorturl.at/rtyDK
Look out for our Shepherdess Supper events happening throughout the year on our events page and social media – you don’t want to miss the chance to sample The Lamb Van’s delicious lamb cooked by a local chef and other tasty local dishes.
Check out The Farm Foodies’ range of fresh, local products sold @Ballykenver Farmshop & Kitchen in Armoy – open Thur – Sat 11am – 5pm – Click here for details
The Farm Foodies
We celebrate the extraordinary food that is available locally in the Causeway Coast and Glens – because we know it, grow it and produce it ourselves. Currently we are two enterprising women entrepreneurs living on local farms in County Antrim – Ballykenver Farmshop & Kitchen and The Lamb Van. We both share a deep understanding of what makes food from this part of the world so very special, and why everyone should share in it !
Slow Food Movement
The Farm Foodies are members of Slow Food Causeway, coordinated by Taste Causeway which is an accredited member of Slow Food UK, part of a global grassroots organisation that is committed to making good, clean and fair food. It’s a sign of genuinely sustainable food that is unique to the area, that doesn’t harm the environment in its growth or production, and that is for and available to everyone.