By KelBel on December 06, 2006
Photo by Mikekey
Photo by Mikekey
"A quick beer bread. Delicious with soups and stews."
Serving Size: 1 (67 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 16
"This bread is absolutely delicious. The only reason I did not give it five stars is because there is no info about how to carmelize onions - and some beginners may not be familiar with that process! The onions need to be cooked at medium-high heat for ten minutes before reducing heat to medium. Continue to cook the onions for another 15-20 minutes until they are brown, sticky and delicious... Add them to this wonderful and easy bread recipe and enjoy!"
"Fabulous! Easy to make and yummy. Made as directed and have shared the recipe with several friends already!"
"These were really good. Love the sweet onions."
"Absolutely loved this bread! Very nice crusty bread that will go great with so many different dishes. I know it's early in the year, but this is the first recipe going into my Favorites of 2010 cookbook!"
"This bread kicks beeer bread into areas previously unknown, and does so beautifully. The bread is not at all crumbly, has a moist beautiful texture and the additions of asiago and caramelized onions bring the flavor over the top. Hands down the BEST beer bread I have ever had."
"No need to elaborate... EXCELLENT! Leaps and bounds better than any other! Thank you for a wonderful recipe that our entire family enjoyed!"
"OK, I am ~Bekah~'s hubby and have to say this was the most delicious bread. I absolutely loved it and think that anyone who makes it will enjoy it. Thanks for a great treat!"
"This is to die for. A nice dense loaf of very flavorable bread. My husband went insane over this. Went great with our stew. Thanks!"
"Let me start by saying that I do not bake a great deal and have never before made a 'beer' anything! I wanted to make this to go with tonights beef stew. I followed all instructions muttering to the dogs "this is not going to work". No fat, no eggs, no yeast, oh well ...soldier on. I added the beer and had the eureka moment. AHHHHH yeast in beer! Took it out of the oven and left it to cool while I walked the critters in sub zero weather. Came back to the amazing aroma and decided that I'd give it a shot warm, smeared with butter and a cup of tea. I've had four slices - now my tummy aches and I have no interest in the stew. DH is going to love it providing there is any left for dinner. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful recipe."
"This was sooo easy to make and tasted great too. My loaf came out very dense so that's one thing to keep in mind. Thanks a lot KelBel!"
"This was soooo good and very easy to put together. I will be making this again and again!"
"Absolutely delicious. I made 2 loaves and they disappeared."
"I Love Asiago Cheese! This bread is delicious! It is so easy to make! Thanks KelBel"
"Made this for California State fair. Got a blue ribbon.!"
"Wonderful 8-). All of my favorite things on one bread. Next time, I'll increase the onions a bit and double the cheese. Way yummy - THANKS, KelBel!"
"WOW! What a nice bread to go with a hot bowl of soup on yet another stormy night in Seattle! I used a Pumpkin Ale, which is kind of dark, with a nice flavor! Thanks, KelBel, for posting! This was made for your win in the football game!"