Another one of my savoury "cake" recipes from France. This recipe is slightly more substantial than my Recipe #316039, as this recipe contains ham with white wine and port! Serve this as alternative sandwich bread or as a light snack spread with cream cheese or butter. This cake recipe will also make fantastic little appetisers if the loaf is cut into small cubes and served with olives, cubes of cheese and savoury spreads. Please note that the texture of this savoury cake is NOT like a sweet dessert cake - it will be slightly holey with a robust and slightly chewy texture, almost like sourdough.
The base recipe for this is Recipe #129975, but my Lady is diabetic, and the sugar was a bit high. I did this so I could see the sugar content for OUR version of it, and thought it was worth sharing because this bread by Marsha D is FANTASTIC!
Cheaper than and just about as easy as the Texas Toast in the freezer section. Great accompaniment to any meal and positively wonderful with pasta. The kids really like this bread! Make a double batch and freeze the rest for next time.
This was the main kind of quick bread my mother made. She gave it as a gift frequently because it was so well loved. We ate it cold like cake or toasted with butter on it. If you don't have orange juice on hand, you can simply use another 1/2 c milk, but it's definitely better with the orange juice. She never included nuts, nor do I, but I suppose there's no reason not to if that's what you prefer.
These are so soft and yummy! They remind me of some I had as a child that a neighbor made all the time. I am so glad to have found this recipe. For convenience I use instant potatoes a lot and it works fine. These are even better the next day which to me with bread is rare, so I plan to make them for Thanksgiving this year.
From a Favorite Brand Name Recipes book. I've made too many yeast roll recipes to count but these are my hands down favorite. I make them for all holiday meals and whenever bringing dinner to someone. It's really easy with the bread machine and everyone loves them. It's a lot of butter but don't scrimp, they're well worth it! I've doubled the recipe and either baked in two pans or in a 13x9 pan. If you do this, just watch the baking time and make sure the middle rolls are cooked through.
This is another of our breakfast favorites with reasonable sugar and low fat. It was adapted from Elswet's mother's Tried and True's. We use Altern [Walmart Brand] sweetener and plain [non-instant and non-quick] oatmeal. I'm so sorry people seem to be having bad experiences with this recipe. We use it all the time and love it. :] PLEASE NOTE: There is NOTHING wrong with this recipe! I make it all the time, and just made it again, using these directions. The recipe calls for 1 1/4 cups warm water PLUS 1 tablespoon warm water. Apparently, people are missing the 1 1/4 cups warm water, and only using 1 tablespoon, so DUH it won't work that way!