The 24th September is celebrated as Heritage Day and is also our National Braai Day so I thought I would share this divine quick and easy bread recipe with you.
Invite your friends over and wow them with this “I made it myself” bread.
Onion Soda Bread
1 1/4 Cup Plain White Bread flour
3/4 Cup Brown Bread Flour
2 teaspoons Bicarbonate of Soda
+- 300ml Buttermilk (you have to check as you are adding how much you need)
2 mini Onion Stock Cubes , crushed
1 Teaspoon Salt
Mix all the ingredients together until you have soft dough (enough to hold it’s shape, but still sticky).
Pre-heat your oven to 200C (I used heated my pizza stone)
Place the dough, formed into a circle or whatever shap you choose, on a baking tray or the pre-heated stone -
Cut the dough 3/4 through into quarters or deep slits on the top if you choose an elongated shape.
Sprinkle with a little flour and bake for about 20 – 30mins until done and sounds hollow when you tap it underneath.
Accommodation supplied by Homeleigh Halt Guest House, bed and breakfast style, where you are welcome to bring your wood and meat and have a braai beside the pool.
We can recommend a really good butcher just up the road where you will be spoilt for choice. Their meat is absolutely top quality.
I advocate supporting local establishments in My Walmer.
Accommodation: Walmer, Port Elizabeth