Bread is definitely one of the big loves of my life. A freshly baked bread, still warm from the oven, thick butter…yummyyyy! But as amazing as homemade bread is…the preparation can be a bit discouraging.. Luckily there are a few quick and easy winner recipes out there,like the ciabatta, this is also one of those winners!!!
To bake this bread you will need a mixer and exactly 3 ingredients. You then have lots of choices for possible toppings…you know, just for extra flavour and excitement!!!
500g Selfrising flour
1 sachet Cream of Mushroom Soup
Mix all ingredients together, I used the K-beater of my Kenwood mixer. Transfer dough to a lightly greased bread pan and bake for approximately 1h at 180 degrees C.
When the bread is baked, place on a wooden plank and cut into slices – hold bread with a cloth as it is still hot and cut using “long movements” to ensure you don’t squash the fresh bread;-)
Place sliced bread on aluminium foil and fold the sides of the foil to form a container. Melt butter and Bovril/Marmite and pour over bread. Top with hands full of cheese and close foil at the top. Place back into the oven for a few minutes for the cheese to melt.
Alternatives: I haven’t tried any alternatives yet but I’m sure a Mediterranean olive oil, sun-dried tomatoes and basil, or a sweet option like cream and brown sugar caramelized on top, maybe caramelized onion, bacon and honey – could be options to consider… Let me know what you think and alternatives you have tried! Lets be creative and adventurous:-D
Hope you enjoy this recipe just as much as I do. Have a blessed day!