just a little something different. prep time doesn't include rising time. In the directions I didn't specify kneading. there are 2 schools of thought on this subject. I leave that up to your personal preference. I knead this type of bread but i've know people who don't. As long as the bread gets a good double in size rise you should have good results. You can either use dried herbs or fresh. I prefer fresh but have had good results with the dried. Just remember dried herbs tend to have a more concentrated flavor so you may what to cut back on the amount a bit if using dried herbs.
This is a great fill you up, stick to your ribs till lunch breakfast. Leftovers are great warmed up for late night snack. You need to make two crusts as this will be using a lid. crust recipe is from crisco. so much better than store bought in my opinion. Takes a little extra time, but hey who cares if the results are worth it.
just a fun variation on breakfast. I serve this with buttermilk gravy. any type sausage will do. I've used regular breakfast sausage as well as cajon, mexican, italian and german sausages. the recipe listed below is using plain, unseasoned pork sausage with no casing.
I found this in a box of very old recipes. It is listed as one of Mrs. Harry Truman's Favorites. can be served with whipped cream, ice cream or sherry sauce. The original recipe only says nuts but doesn't say what kind. Walnuts sound good in this.