Make Yourself Some Herb Bread

| 1/19/2012 7:55:26 PM

Tags: Bread, Homemade, Baking, Recipes, Comfort Food, Lori Dunn,

Homemade Herb Bread 

You know you want some, so go ahead and try it! Oh so yummy!

The Recipe:

Measure 1½ cups luke warm water.

To this add 3 Tablespoons sugar (I use Sucanat), and stir.

Now add 1 Tablespoon active dry yeast and stir again.

Lori Dunn
1/27/2012 4:27:37 PM

Hi Callie! I haven't timed it, but I would guess an hour or less for each rise.

Callie Murphy
1/27/2012 4:19:46 PM

Hi Lori, what are the approximate rising times needed?

Lori Dunn
1/25/2012 3:50:12 PM

Cindy, If we were neighbors, you would most definitely get to sample! I do share! As a matter of fact my family (who are also my neighbors) LOVE when I do food photos because they know they get to try everything too! You could sooo make the bread! I believe in you! Stay tuned, I've combined the bread with the cheese, and a few other items, to make a really yummy recipe!

1/25/2012 12:38:35 PM

Lori, reading your posts is like watching the Food Network - I always find myself suddenly hungry! You make baking bread sound so easy, but I'm not sure I'm quite ready to give it a try just yet; first comes the cheese recipe you posted earlier, THEN maybe I'll work up to attempting the bread. Now, if we were neighbors.....I'm sure I'd give the bread a try. Only if you offered, of course - it's not like I'd steal it off your counter, or anything. Probably not, anyway.

Lori Dunn
1/24/2012 3:49:53 PM

Nebraska Dave, If you decide to try your own bread, this one is yummy! You've been really busy with your own wonderful projects, it's no wonder you don't have time to bake bread! I'm going to use this recipe as a pizza crust for cold veggie pizza. I'm going to bake the crust on my round pizza stone. After it's finished and cooled, I'll spread it with cream cheese, chopped tomatoes, onions, broccoli, and some of my homemade cheese, and anything else I can find in the fridge that looks good! We'll see if it turns out a keeper!

1/24/2012 3:37:15 PM

Lori, I sure have missed your down home recipes. I still haven't gotten back to bread baking. Now that the weather outside it cold and wintery the possibility that this could be the time for baking bread is a good reality. It's great to have one of the founding bloggers come back to GRIT. I hope we continue to hear about everything that's been happening on the homestead. Have a great day.

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