Friday, December 4, 2020

Back to Basic Bakes

I won't bore you again after this, BUT I must tell you one more time that my little bread baker is going to be put to use on a very regular basis. That is because is I can bake a small loaf without fails and it not only looks good, it tastes wonderful. Take my word! The latest liquid used was beer and I have found out that we like the bread made with beer the best. We also like it less sweet. BUT! This is a BIG BUT - Adding grated sharp cheese was a killer!

Plain Recipe Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups self-rising flour

1T sugar

1T onion powder

1 tsp  paprica

1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese

6 oz. beer

Mix first then add beer

Do not over-mix! (I stir with spatula until flour is all absorbed then scoop into  greased baker.)


(Do NOT pre-heat oven)

Place in oven and heat to 350° F

Bake 50-60 minutes (start timing after temp in oven reaches 350°)

After resting on grate, turn out onto cutting board. Slice by holding loaf on side. Easy does it.

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Oh, the stew was plain and simple! We ate it all.
I can sliced white potatoes with liquid
1 can diced tomatoes with liquid
1/2 can peas strained
1 tsp. onion powder
1 T chicken boullion granules 
1 left-over chicken patty cut into small cubes

AND..... Pottery bowls to keep it warm when you slowly slurp.

1 comment:

  1. That is Bud's favorite bread!! And it all looks so delicious.