Pesto Beer Bread

"I love pesto so this bread is great, the yeast in the beer helps it rise nice & high. Goes great with a nice big bowl of soup. Feel free to add parmesan, sun-dried tomatoes etc for variation"
 
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Ready In:
45mins
Ingredients:
7
Yields:
1 loaf
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ingredients

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directions

  • Sift flour into a bowl. Blend in sugar & salt.
  • Add enough beer to make a smooth pliable dough.
  • Using floured fingers press out onto a lightly floured surface and spread with pesto.
  • Roll up like a swiss roll and place in a greased 10 x 20cm loaf tin.
  • Brush lightly with milk & sprinkle with sesame seeds.
  • Bake at 220 C for 30-40 mins or until hollow when tapped.

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Reviews

  1. icecreamqueen63
    Loved this!! Great with pasta, eggs, as a grilled cheese. Thanks for sharing :)!
     
  2. taraatalley
    Can't wait to try it, especially since it has no yeast. Sure would like the measurements in american standards though I guess I could look it up. Doesn't it need to rise before baking?
     
  3. sofie-a-toast
    I loved the idea and combination here but found mine to turn out a bit dry with a hard crust. Could have easily been the Denver altitude though!
     
  4. Chef1MOM-Connie
    We loved this bread! Well,I really loved it and ate half of a loaf! I make beer bread regularly to eat with soups, stews and pasta dishes during the winter months. I love your take on it adding the pesto. I served it with my recipe Recipe #270895<br/>.and it was a perfect combination. The flavor was perfect witht he pasta dish. Made for AUS/NZ Swap49
     
  5. Pneuma
    I made this as soon as I tagged it (just forgot to review) as DH wanted bread and I wasn't able to buy one for the weekend. They were quick to prepare too. They were nice to look at with the spiral shapes when I sliced them into pieces and went well with the chicken/veg soup we had. Thanks for letting us try this!
     
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Melbourne I live on a 5 acre property in the Dandenong Ranges Victoria, Australia, having moved from the burbs when I became pregnant with my now 15 year old daughter Alyssa. Once my daughter was born I became a stay at home mum as I couldn't bear the thought of putting her in daycare. She is the light of my life, I never imagined myself as a mum when younger but now wouldn't have it any other way. Alyssa was made a big sister on the 19th April 2010 when our cheeky little boy Blake was born. I love cooking and experimenting with new recipes so quickly become addicted to Zaar as it was previously known & still use it regularly. In addition to being my kids taxi :lol: I also spend my time, reading, gardening and of course shopping. I'm lucky enough that we have the space & so love growing our own fruits, vegies & herbs, this also means we have plenty of room for animals & at the moment have 2 dogs, Max, a Jackshund who's 6, Fletcher, a Kelpie who's 4, 6 cats Snowpea, Fergus, Ginger, Tango, Annie & Cookie, 4 chooks & 2 Ducks. As well as our pets, we also have a lot of native animals around our area, we have kangaroos, wombats, echidna's, possums as well as rosella's, galah's & Cockatoo's hence the name of where I live..
 
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