No yeast, quick bread recipe!

This is a quick and easy bread recipe that requires little or no knowledge of how to bake. If for some reason you ran out of yeast or you just do not want to use it, then this recipe is for you. Preparation time is 10 minutes or less, very few ingredients needed (you might probably won’t need to run to the shop) and no butter.

Ingredients

Self raising flour

Pinch of sugar

Pinch of salt

Olive oil

Free range eggs

Milk

 

Method

In a large bowl, whisk some eggs, (depends on quantity of bread) olive oil, then milk

Next, stir in self raising flour

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Keep adding flour till you get a soft (but not wet) consistency. Knead for a minute or so for the dough to come together

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Divide into two, mould into long logs and place into a greased bread pan.

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Bake for 40 to 45 minutes (in an already preheated oven)  180 degrees.

Enjoy! So basically, it takes about 10 minutes of your time. The oven does the rest!

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Miss Dinie says:

    Oh.. OK.. You use the eggs as a raising agent instead of yeast.. Good idea. I normally just make chappatis or wheat tortillas when I run out of bread!

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    1. bizibrain says:

      Yeah. Eggs are great, they increase the protein content too. Wheat tortillas sounds tasty.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Miss Dinie says:

        Three ingredients for wheat tortillas:wholewheat/white flour,oil, and water.

        Liked by 1 person

      2. bizibrain says:

        I will try to make it, thanks. Hopefully it comes out as nice as yours.

        Liked by 1 person

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