When my Grandmother came over from the old country (Ireland) she realized that a lot of people here didn't like caraway seeds and a drier bread. She set out to make a bread that everyone would like and I believe she did it. My partner Jim and our daughter Navillus absolutely love it. I hope you who try it enjoy it also.
Mix sour cream, egg and cooled melted butter in a mixer on low.
Sift all dry ingredients and mix in to wet ingredients 1 cup at a time on low.
Remove bowl from the mixer and gently fold in raisins or craisins with a rubber spatula. Grease and flour a tube pan and bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours or until tooth pick comes out clean. Serve warm or cold with tea or coffee.
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