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July 1, 2012

Herb & Cheese Bread {mix & bake}


A year or two before my Dad passed away, I bought him a Bread Making Machine, which he loved to use. He actually picked different recipes and baked them ! I thought he'll just use it for normal whitebread.

He'll be gone 4 years this month, and I still haven't used it, as I now have it. Maybe I still miss him too much to use the machine or maybe I just don't have the guts to bake an actual yeast bread (even with the machine). 

I like baking bread, sweet and savory, but it must be like this recipe - mix & bake. 

This is from one of my favorite cookbooks, the pages are actually coming apart from all the use!

Serve this bread on it's own, warm with just butter, or as we normally do - with soup. It's also a nice variation on the standard types of bread used for sandwiches.

Herb & Cheese Bread {mix & bake}

recipe slightly adapted from this cookbook by Christelle Erasmus: Gesinskos available in English as Family Fare

500g Self-raising Flour
5ml Oregon
100ml Dried Parsley
5ml Salt
5ml Dried Garlic Flakes
Pinch Cayenne Pepper
500ml Buttermilk
1 Extra-Large Egg
Grated Cheddar Cheese and Paprika to sprinkle on top

1.) Pre-heat oven to 180 deg C (350 deg F) - Spray a loaf pan with Spray 'N Cook and line the bottom with baking paper.
2.) Combine the Flour, Oregon, Parsley, Garlic Flakes, Salt and Cayenne Pepper in a large bowl.
3.) Beat the Buttermilk and Egg together and add to the dry ingredients. - Mix until a dough has formed (it is quite sticky)
4.) Pour dough into the loaf pan, making it even on top. Sprinkle with the Cheddar Cheese (we like a lot, as you'll notice on the last photo - I used about 250ml) and some Paprika.
5.) Bake for 1 hour, remove from oven, cool in pan for 5 minutes, remove from pan and let cool at least 10 minutes before serving.


Very herby indeed!

Promise no more posts for today - I just get really behind some days {might be age related ... }

Bye-Bye for today
Have a great week!

Linda

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10 comments:

  1. You have really gone to town today!

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  2. The bread looks absolutely delicious! :)

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  3. This bread looks and sounds wonderful! I like that it is a quick bread with no rising time!

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  4. Really good looking bread!!! Nothing beats home made bread, especially piping hot with butter! Tanya @lemonsforlulu.com

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  5. Ooooh, I can smell this now! Yum!

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  6. Looks great. Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party.

    Holly

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  7. Its crazy how certain things are just kinda sacred when we lose a loved one. I love savory bread, I noticed you put cayenne pepper in it, now you are after my heart. Since I live and have grown up in the Southwest of the United States, we can't eat with out some kind of spicy pepper or salsa or.. Just by the way, I am posting an amazing little cupcake Monday. Chocolate Chipotle Bacon Cupcake or all those things in another order. Stay turned, its spicy and... Thank you for sharing at Freedom Fridays.

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  8. I love herb type breads! This sounds delicioius :)

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  9. This looks delicious! I love to bake homemade bread but a mix and bake is so much easier and quicker too. Thanks for sharing at Creative Thursday :)

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  10. We process and makes Herb extract in powder, oil and formula like:Aswagandha Churna

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