Here is the recipe I used for the bread. There was none left this morning, but it was not stellar enough to become part of my regular baking line up.
Was there bacon on this breakfast for supper evening? Is the sky blue? Of course there was bacon. Some crispy and some chewy to accommodate all tastes.
RECIPE! I was web searching for a breakfast type food to make for supper when I stumbled across this recipe for English Muffin Bread. I then googled and found several more recipes which I compared to this one for balance of ingredients and amounts of baking soda. This is a yeast bread made with milk. The short rise time made this loaf denser than a typical yeast bread.
The is the bread, fresh and hot out of the oven. I sprinkled corn meal on the bottom of the pan then again on the top of the loaf to mimic a purchase English muffin. The taste was similar to an English muffin, the bread was very dense with little crumb.
Strawberry-rhubarb jam makes everything taste wonderful. Between myself with two slices, the youngest with one slice and the crew of 6 teenage boys/men the loaf of bread was devoured. The men loved it and I liked that it was homemade with few ingredients and no unpronouncable chemicals.
September 10, 2014
The 365 Dinner series is published on Kindle!