Monday, 16 April 2018

2 Ingredient Beer Bread

Now I have seen this recipe with a few more ingredients, not many, but a few. However, in the interests of keeping everything simple, I decided that as long as it tasted nice, I wasn't going to add anything extra. It tastes great like this and is a quick filler/addition to rustle up when you need to pad something out...so long as you have the grog to make it.

So here it is:

2 ingredient beer bread

A bottle or a can of the cheapest beer you can find. The two times I have made this I used a 375ml can and a 333ml bottle, so exact precision doesn't seem to matter.

2 cups of SR flour

*Put the flour in a bowl, tip the beer on top and mix with a spatula.
*No kneading required.
*Scraps the lot into a greased (I used butter) loaf tin and cook.
*It should look messy, not smooth like kneaded bread.
*I cooked on 160 degrees C until a skewer came out clean.
*It has a crusty top and a bready, slightly cakey consistency.
*Perfect for mopping juices of any kind or toasting.
* It's not the cheapest bread you could make, but it is quite cheap.
*It is also very filling and does not generate any plastic bag waste

Let me know how you go, or if you have any other uber simple recipes to share with others.

2 comments:

  1. I make flatbreads/ wraps with just plain or SR flour, water and seasoning and dry fry. They're fine and extremely frugal and you can just make what you need.
    J x

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  2. It really couldn't be more simple could it? I'll definitely be trying this out some time. Thank you.

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