This is the best Zucchini Nut Bread I have ever had and the only one I will make. It's from "Country Fair Cookbook" All recipes in this book are Blue Ribbon winners from fairs around America prior to it's publication in 1975. Wrap and refrigerate overnight to allow the flavor to mellow. I have also made this as muffins. Just lower the temperature. Now that I live in Australia I make this using the Aussie measuring cups and spoons and it turns out fine. I've also made it with half carrot and half zucchini. And other times I've used half wholewheat flour and half plain, just for a change and it works well too. My husband loves it and says it's more like a cake then a bread since it's so moist.
I've been making this recipe on an off for years. First found it on the back of a tortilla packet. I've tweaked it a few times now. If you want you can add a small can of chicken, or a cooked chicken breast shredded up. I've done this and it goes well. I use Texas Red Enchilada Sauce Recipe #42094.
This is in 500 Low Carb Recipes, it's similar to another Crustless Pizza on here but it has no breadcrumbs. Next time I will use a high quality hamburger as I used one with more fat content and it shrunk significantly. For sugar free pizza sauce I combined tomato paste with some chicken stock to a consistency thinner than paste and thicker than spaghetti sauce, I added salt, italian seasoning and garlic powder to taste.
Tonight I had nothing thawed so I pulled out some fish fillets and put this together. I was suprised how yummy it turned out. The stir fry veges I used had beans, broccoli, cauliflower, baby corn, capsicum (red bell pepper) and pinapple. If your stir fry veges don't have the capsicum and pinapple I highly suggest adding some in, they may contribute to the flavor.
Went looking online for turkish bread recipes and this is one I found at http://www.theredwhisk.com.au/files/Homemade_Turkish_Bread.php.. theres a picture of it there. Pre time doesn't include the time for the sponge to sit overnight.
This recipe showed up on my FB newsfeed (shared from Just Recipes https://www.facebook.com/JustRecipes1?ref=stream). Doesn't seem to be submitted here yet. I am going to try this with buttermilk instead of milk.
Adding this to make in the future when I need oyster sauce. Many store bought sauces have nasty additives that our family avoids. This recipe was submitted by Rachel Monk to the website www.life123.com. You can substitute the fresh oysters with 250g prepacked oysters (shucked and in liquid)