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Old 02-04-2007, 03:03 PM
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o.k. this is mainly for the guy's. but anyone will love this if tried. men... ya wanna impress the wife one day? take... 1 -12oz can of any beer- 3 cups of self rising flour & 3 tablesponns of sugar. mix well.(i use a fork to mix) place in greased 9" loaf pan & bake at 375 degrees for 45 min. you can eat warm or when totaly cooled. this will be the best & quickest homeade bread you ever made & it taste great. this will impress your spouse. i mean just the thought of you being able to put beer in this recipe will make you want to try this.lol. plus your wife will really appreciate your slaving over a hot oven..lol. have fun... p.s. i know the people who try this will reply here... it is that easy & that good.. have fun. god bless.. troy
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Old 02-04-2007, 06:10 PM
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..take... 1 -12oz can of any beer- 3 cups of self rising flour & 3 tablesponns of sugar. mix well.(i use a fork to mix) place in greased 9" loaf pan & bake at 375 degrees for 45 min..
That's slightly different from my own beer bread recipe, but I can confirm that it does make a good bread. It's especially great with beef stew.

My recipe is identical except for:

I only use 2 cups SR flour
Bake for 45' @ 350, then drizzle with 1/2 stick of melted butter and return to oven for another 10-15'.

Wonder if this would be a good candidate for cooking in one of those 12V "lunchbox ovens"? Of course, you'd have to mix the ingredients at home - the DOT just would NEVER understand..!
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Old 02-06-2007, 09:56 AM
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Wonder if this would be a good candidate for cooking in one of those 12V "lunchbox ovens"? Of course, you'd have to mix the ingredients at home - the DOT just would NEVER understand..!
You can do this recipe in a crock pot, just put the batter into a metal coffee can before putting it into the crock pot. As for doing this in the truck............ :shock:
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Old 02-08-2007, 02:59 AM
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..As for doing this in the truck............ :shock:
Well... that's why I said the batter would have to be (pre)mixed at home! LOL
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If anyone has tried it in the lunchbox oven....let me know, it sounds good
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Well I have made 3 loaves now and I can say they are yummy. I make them 2 loaves one for Dr and one for Vr Since Dr is on the road i will pack him with all the goodies to keep him going down the road. I am not much on yeast breads but this so easy to make and is so yummy he does not even wait for it to settle so it will slice better. DR's better other half Vr
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It looks a good recipe and i am eager to try this, but what about the taste, some flavors can be added to it.
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