3 Reviews

Yummy! Loved the herbs and cheese baked into this wonder easy to make bread. And don't leave out the mustard as it just seems to pull it all together. Made as written using fat free cheese and for the herbs used chives, thyme and parsley. Also made Mustard and Honey Butter ( for Damper ) which is the perfect spread for this wonderful bread. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl April 27, 2010

This is an AWESOME DAMPER RECIPE!!! It is so very easy to put together and can be made even in a hurry, cause its so quick! The taste is very herby and cheesy with just the right amount of spice from the mustard. It bakes up beautifully and is very soft inside with just a light crunch outside. PERFECT! I used basil and a mix of french herbs. Mmmmm! This would also be great with some garlic in the dough, I think or brushed with garlic butter just before baking. I dont have a food processor, so I just mixed everything using a spoon (the dry ingredients) and then using my hands to work it into a dough. That was no bother at all! THANKS SO MUCH for sharing this wonderful, wonderful recipe with us, Tisme! Ill surely make it again! Made and reviewed for Edn#8-Make My Recipe Tag Game July 09.

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Lalaloula July 28, 2009

We just had this for dinner with the Mustard and Honey Butter ( for Damper ) and they compliment one another very well. I cut this back to a 3 serve as there was only three of us making a smaller circle and it still took 30 minutes to cook at 175 degree C in a fan forced oven but I think I could have easily served 4 with this. I used garlic chives, rosemary with a little sweet basil and oregano fresh from the garden. Thank you Tisme for a lovely damper. Made for Edition 4 - Make My Recipe - a game of tag.

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I'mPat March 27, 2008
Cheese and Herb Damper