This is a very easy and fast to make snack or appetizer which can be served with your favorite dip, spread, salsa or sauce. But it is also delicious on its own. The beer in it adds a fantastic flavor and is the cause of the crispy bubbles which are formed during baking. The recipe is for one baking tray, but you can easily make it for a large number of guests. Men will (probably) like it with a glass of beer and a "hot" or "spicy" dip. And be prepared for a second or third serving, because this flat bread will gone fast. I have seen the making of this bread in a German TV show, but can't remember who make it. But whoever invented this bread, thank you for this fantastic flat bread.
This Irish soda bread recipe was passed on to me by a dear friend of my mother's who was born and raised in Ireland. It's the best Irish soda bread I have ever had. It is much higher, lighter and softer than most other recipes I have seen. It has an excellent flavor and texture, as well.
Marge Pahmahmie was well know for her fry bread in Horton Kansas.
She use to make dishpan's of dough for many of the Indian functions!
This is a smaller version of her recipe, for 5 or 6 rounds of bread.
I have to give the credit for this recipe to a wonderful lady at Ft Stewart GA. I learned it from her when we were stationed there and my family has loved it every since. Although I can't remember hers exactly this my version.
These homemade dinner rolls, with a choice of 3 different toppings, compliment any holiday dinner and may even steal the show. Can't decide on just one topping? Try them all! Find more recipes at http://www.Bakerette.com
I got this recipe from a friend. I make these often and take them to many potlucks, office parties, the cottage, picnics, children's lunch and the list goes on. Recipe from the cookbook "Just The Best."
I was going to make blueberry muffins when I realized that the kids had eaten all my blueberries, so I used mango pulp instead. This fork tender muffin will be very moist. It would be more appropriate at the breakfast table than trying to toss it into a lunch box. I want to thank JeannineMarie in MN for the two most recent pictures that she sent me to include with this recipe.
Prepare Banana Dressing about 2 hours in advance and refrigerate. A very pretty presentation that can be served as a side salad, light lunch, or snack. Feel free to sub fruits if one listed is not available or not to your liking.
These muffins are made with oil instead of butter, but still taste great. My children love them, and it’s great as they think they are getting a treat and I know they are eating some goodness! They freeze up really well too. This mix will make about 24 mini muffins or 12 large ones.
I will warn you, most adults will not like these cookies because of the finished texture, which is spongy, but if you are looking for something super healthy for younger kids, this is the recipe for you. You can't get much healthier than these, and the young ones will eat them up!
For a request from Southern Living, January edition. Submitted by Willie Monroe, Homewood, Alabama. Prep time does not include making toppings. The nutrition facts includes all of the topping ingredients.
Adapted from a recipe on Bon Appetit, that basically said just add Sriracha sauce to butter and slather on bread. I've put in some measurements. Add or subtract to taste. I posted ingredients for about 6 slices of bread.