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Beer Bread Recipe

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This Australian bread recipe uses any type of fizzy beer, including larger instead of yeast. There's no kneading either.

Yield:

Makes 2 small loaves

Prep & Cook Time:

 50 mins

Recipe Tags:   Cold Vegetarian Alcohol Accompaniment Breads Australia

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Original recipe submitted by Liz Colyer, Essex

 

Ingredients

300g/11oz Self Raising Flour
1 Can of Beer (lager will do)
Pinch each salt and sugar
60ml/2fl.oz. Water

 

 

Make sure the beer is very fizzy: don't use beer which has been opened for any length of time or which has gone flat.

 

 

Instructions

 

1. Preheat the oven to 220C, 425F, Gas Mark 7 and grease 2 small loaf tins. Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl using your hands (don't knead).

2. Pour the dough, which should be quite sloppy not dry,  into the tins and bake for 45 minutes or until golden.

 

Remove from the tins and cool on a wire rack.

End of instructions

 

 
   

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Key techniques required to make this recipe

 

Bake - To cook in an enclosed oven

Main equipment required to make this recipe

 

Oven

Mixing Bowl

Wooden Spoon

Small loaf tins

Wire Rack

 

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