Salt and Pepper bread   1 comment

Rob's salt and pepper bread

There’s something so fun about starting with a cup of warm water, a spoonful of yeast and then just experimenting with different ingredients.  Not all the loaves of bread I’ve come up with are winners, but this one I liked.

Start with:

1 cup warm water

1 sp yeast

3 sp sugar

Stir together and let is sit for 5 minutes.

Then add:

1 sp pepper

1 sp salt

1 inch butter melted

3 cups flour

stir to combine, form into a ball and let rest 6 hours

Make into loaf, brush with a beaten egg,  sprinkle with coarse salt and pepper and bake at 350 for 20 minutes.

Optional, place an oven safe cup with a little water in the oven for and extra crisp crust.

Remove from oven when just crispy and light brown, cut on an angle and serve or make into a sandwich.

© 2010 cooking for dads

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Posted August 14, 2010 by cookingfordads in breads

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