27 November 2013

Cider bread

With the help of some cider you can make a really wonderful loaf of bread. Dry British style apple cider is ideal for making a tasty cider bread. This is a simple bread recipe that doesn't require any kneading and you will get a fresh homemade loaf at the end of it. I really encourage you to try this (just behold how few ingredients and steps there are below)!


3dl dry cider (I used organic Wyld Wood cider)
7dl wheat flour
30g dry yeast
1tsp salt
tbsp sugar
50g butter


Melt the butter and set it to side.

Heat the cider lukewarm and dissolve the dry yeast to the cider.

Add the flour, salt and sugar and mix it all into an even dough. You can mix the dough with a spatula as it is quite soft.

Add the soft butter and mix a little more.

Pour the dough into a greased loaf tin and let it rise for about one hour at room temperature.

Heat the oven to 220C. Brush the surface of the loaf with water and bake for about 25 minutes or until fully baked. You can test the loaf by poking a skewer in. If it comes out wet, continue baking.

Serve the warm bread slices with heavenly butter and/or cheese.

Stay hungry!

Your VegHog

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