Beer bread. There are a few recipes for beer bread out there, but none as simple (and tasty!) as this one. You can even mix it in the baking pan for easy cleanup. This is sensational when served with soups or just as a snack, but don't expect it to be around very long when your family gets a taste of it!
In a large bowl, combine the flour, sugar, and beer and mix well. Pour into the loaf pan and bake. Thanks to a bottle of beer, this crazy-easy, one-bowl bread has the yeasty taste and texture of a traditional risen loaf but without any of the toil It is also tender and incredibly moist We like it served with a bowl of hearty winter stew or toasted, with butter, for breakfast. You produce grilling brew Beer bread practicing 7 prescription and 3 as well as. Here is how you achieve.
compound of Beer bread
- It's 400 g of flour.
- It's 200 ml of red beer room temperature.
- Prepare 7 g of active yeast.
- It's 7 g of salt.
- You need Teaspoon of baking powder.
- It's of Pot of water.
- It's of Sesame seeds.
Baking powder: To help the bread rise. Salt: I used fine sea salt. Honey: Which balances out the savory flavors here with the perfect hint of sweetness. Raise your hand if beer bread was the first type of bread you learned to bake!
Beer bread compound
- Add yeast to beer and mix, leave for 10 mins. Then gradually at beer to flour. Add the salt. Mix and bring together to form a dough. Knead well. Cover with cling film and leave to rise for 10 mins. After 10 mins, knead and cover again. Now leave for 3 hours.
- After 3 hours, divide into equal sized balls. Leave for 10 more mins. Meanwhile preheat oven to 200 and bring a pot of water to the boil and add a teaspoon of baking powder. Using a slotted spoon, lower each bread roll into the bubbling water for about 20 secs. Put on some parchment paper.
- Snip each one with scissors to make a pattern and sprinkle with sesame seeds, bake for about 25 mins. Leave to cool on a wire rack and enjoy!.
This classic recipe, with its four simple ingredients, requires nothing more than a bowl, spoon, pan, and oven in the way of tools. Beloved of busy bakers everywhere, the bread is moist, nicely dense and chewy, perfect for toast and sandwiches. The sky is the limit when it comes to making beer bread! Here is a video on how I made this Beer Bread. I used Coors for this version.