#46690  by Roamnz
 Thu Dec 13, 2012 10:46 pm
Hi Jeannie, here is a savoury beer bread recipe for the Dreampot, might be worth trying? I haven't tried the recipe but if you do, could you let us how it turns out? ;)

Beer Bread
Boiling time on stove: 20 minutes.
Cooking time in Dream Pot 45 minutes.

Ingredients:
2 cups S.R. flour
1 tblsp sugar
1 can beer
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup cheese
1 medium onion, finely chopped
paprika

Method:
1. Mix together in a bowl all the ingredients, except the paprika.
2. Spray lightly with cooking spray a large loaf pan. Line base with foil.
3. Spoon beer bread mixture into the loaf pan. Sprinkle liberally with paprika. The mixture should come all the way to the top.
4. Cover the pan with a generous piece of foil, greased underneath. Tuck the foil around the pan, but leave the foil domed as the bread will rise. Secure with a rubber band.
5. Place loaf pan on suitable trivet (3-4 cm high) in the large inner pot.
6. Carefully pour hot water into the large inner pot so that the water comes approx. half way up the side of the loaf pan.
Bring to the boil, covered, and then adjust heat to maintain a gentle boil for 20 minutes. Check intermittently. Leave in Dreampot a further 45 minutes, then remove and turn out.
 #46710  by Roamnz
 Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:21 pm
Jeannie, Photo required on line please if it works out ok , :) Do you have a small oven in your motorhome or a high lid bbq, such as a weber or a Cobb cooker which uses pellets? We made the bread ( photo below) in the motorhome oven, but have also had some luck making a similar Italian type bread in the weber gas bbq.

Which ever method you try, lots of fun making it and if the results are not ok, you could always use a scone dough mixture and make girdle scones. Most people from down south with all that scots heritage should know what they are - you can always cheat and use the bought scone flour mixture - easy as) in a frypan on the gas ring, serve them with lashing of golden syrup and butter whipped together and forget the calories, mmmm very delicious.


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