This is a frequently requested bread in my household. Along with the request for me to make it always comes the comment, "You don't make that beer bread often enough. It is so....Good!" Hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Prep time does not include proofing of starter.Makes one 1 1/2 lb. loaf
This is one of my favorites. The recipe came from Eagle Mills. If you don't have buttermilk, you can substitute 1 cup milk plus 1 teaspoon cider vinegar, and let it sit about 10 minutes before using. You can also add 4 tbs. buttermilk powder to the dry ingredients and substitute water for the buttermilk. I have also used plain all-purpose flour with excellent results.
You can omit the jalapeno and or cheese. They have a nice kick to them. I am removing Trans fats from my recipes for better health. This originally had shortening and now replaced with a healthier choice of oil.
When I was growing up, my Grannie would make fried cornbread in the skillet on top of the stove to save time, instead of baking it in the oven. I always loved it...it didn't crumble and fall apart, and it was nice and crispy. Try regular cornbread that way...it is wonderful with some cabbage, pinto beans, fried apples and southern cooked pork chops! This recipe is a souped up version of what she used to make. To me its a meal in itself, but it really goes well with chili! Its also good dipped into homemade salsa. This is best cooked in a cast iron skillet, although you may use others.
These are made with refrigerated biscuits, all dressed up with some butter and seasoned with onion, garlic, basil/dillweed, poppy seeds and parmesan cheese. Not gourmet, but sometimes you need something quick and easy!
My mom has been using this dough recipe since I was 3 or 4 years old. I believe it came from a friend of hers from church who's name was Audrey Doherty. This recipe NEVER fails! You can adjust this to be a sweeter dough or a more savory dough by adding more or less sugar/salt. Recently I have started experimenting with adding different herbs for different flavors. Last night I added 1 tsp of garlic powder and 1 tsp of italian seasoning and we had them with spaghetti and Kittencal's meatballs :D Also, as you will see the recipe as posted calls for shortening, but most of the time I use butter instead. I think it makes them fluffier.
Really really good bread right out of you bread machine.Crunchy!!!
I have been using the bread machine and baking it in the oven with great success. Try 1/2 white and 1/2 whole wheat flour for and even better flavour.
I'm submitting this because my kids and my elders love this....I tend to like my broccoli fresh and steamed! I also usually like to use crushed ritz crackers instead of bread crumbs with this, or just leave them off altogether. This recipe came to me through a school cookbook, which was a collection of recipes other people had gathered together....have no idea who Penny is! But the recipe was submitted by Laura Harms. That is all the credit I can give!!!
These are the softest and most delicious rolls I've ever had. There's NOT a bit of pumpkin flavor....the pumpkin just seems to add moistness and color. My father and brother (who don't eat pumpkin) love these rolls when I make them at holiday dinners. I have to make a double batch because some people just sit and fill up on these rolls instead of dinner. They stay soft for days if wrapped.
Prep time includes the waiting time for rising.