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I made this while babysitting my sweet little granddaughter, and couldn't find any yeast! I was amazed at how nicely the loaf rose up in the pan. This bread will go very well with soup in this nice crisp fall weather.
10 minutes was exaggerating!!! 2 minutes max.!! It's taste and texture are like a southern biscuit. Absolutely delicious. Thanks for the post Ninna, what a great recipe if you forgot to buy rolls for company!! I never have yeast on hand, but I usually have self-rising flour! Great recipe, I will pass it on!!
My oldest is yeast sensitive so I am always looking for new bread options. This one was deemed a keeper. I made it today and was pleasantly surprised by the texture which was fluffier than I expected. Can't wait to try this for lunch box sandwiches tomorrow.
This was a good, nice and quick bread. Although I did not put the mix in a loaf tin, instead I placed it on a cermaic Baking plate, so it turned out a bit like a Cob loaf. My little girl loved it. Thanks for the recipie.
I was very surprise at how well this turned out. I did not expect it be so tasty. I wanted some bread in a hurry and I saw this receipt and I took a chance. Very good warm with butter, I will make this again. Thank you
Made this tonight. The bread has a strong egg taste, crisp cake like crust and soft body inside. Not quite what I was looking for, but will finish off the bread at breakfast with poached eggs.
Pretty good. It kind of tastes like a really big biscuit, but for a quick bread, it'll serve my devious purposes nicely. :) Thanks for the recipe.