7 Reviews

I liked this. It was more dense than I thought it would be but I like the flavor. I used a honey brown lager and could taste it in the bread. I will fix this again. It went well with potato soup.

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Jacq November 13, 2002

Quick, easy & with a unique falvor of onions & cheese & a faint hint of beer. Hod some warm from the oven & then served it buttered & broiled with a chicken supper. Nice change of pace.

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Iron Bloomers April 01, 2002

This is a really good bread. I like it toasted, spread with butter, and dipped in marinara sauce...mmm, great snack! Didn't have green onions, so I substituted regular onion, and I don't think it made much of a difference. I liked it because it was quick; don't have to knead or wait for it to rise.

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Manda January 27, 2002

Very good and fairly easy to make. Served it with manda's polish delight casserole and they went together beautifully.

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Caz February 06, 2003

This is excellent. I was worried about the altitude at first, but I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out perfect. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

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SashasMommy October 05, 2003

Very tasty. It was a little on the dense side -- but I guess that's a characteristic of beer breads. I served it with dinner and it went very well with our steak, baked potato and fresh corn. I did cut back a little on the basil. And I wondering what the purpose is of dipping the onions that go on top in the flour? I did that step, but I think the next time I make this I will try and "bury" the onion rings into the batter a little. I liked the idea of adding the cheese to the batter. This was very easy to make -- and went together very quickly. Thank you for posting it.

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Bobbie July 01, 2007

Made this with .5% red beer. Nice textured bread, similar to a yeast bread. I was interested in how it would turn out with no fat in the recipe except for the cheese. I think I'll delete the basil all together because even 1 tsp seemed to interfere with the onion and beer flavours. This was good toasted the next day.

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L. Davenport February 26, 2007
Onion Beer Bread