Home made bread

Who could resist?

A friend gave me her recipe for bread that does not have to be kneaded. The yeasty mixture is put into an oven on low temperature until the loaf increases in size, then the temperature is ramped up high to get a golden crust.

This must be the best bread ever. With heaps of sunflower and pumpkin seeds, it is not necessarily much cheaper than an artisan bread from the supermarket. However, you can make it in the time you would take to drive to the shops, so it is good value. The recipe makes two loaves or a dozen muffin-sized rolls – moist and delectable.

In the interests of science, I tested one of the rolls before taking the photo for this blog! Sorry! I just couldn’t wait.


6 thoughts on “Home made bread

  1. VJ says:

    Yum! Looks amazing! My mouth is watering thinking about that warmed with a bit of butter on it.

  2. It’s hard to beat – especially with butter on it :-)! This bread is easy to slice thinly so you end up eating less than you would of some of the supermarket breads which are so thickly sliced.

  3. Iggy says:

    The best bit is that I get to eat some in 30 minutes! With luck, there will be some left for a snack later, or how about a Friday Night Dinner – with poached eggs on top. Great!

  4. Ana says:

    There are two things I love most about home made bread. The way the house smells when it is cooking and eating it when it is so fresh and warm straight out of the oven!

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