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Better Than My Mother’s Recipe – Just Don’t Tell Her I Said That!
To be honest with you, I didn’t think there was such a thing as an easy homemade bread. I thought they all required a lot of kneading, trying to get the dough to rise and all that kind of stuff. For me, that sounds a little scary. I’m not a very experienced baker and I hate wasting ingredients, so I would often just stick to store-bought bread.
But this was a recipe I just couldn’t resist! Personally, I’m not a beer drinker but my husband enjoys a cold one every now and then, especially paired with good food. I have tried adding beer to some dishes (for example stews) and they turned out very tasty, so I really wanted to give this one a go.
The bread looked amazing with the crunchy top, and I have to say that honey butter was incredible! I still don’t drink beer but I loved the flavor of this bread, and since it was so easy to make, I bet we will be having this often at our house.
Image credit Keflavich.
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Quick Tip: Instead of the honey butter, try serving this with apricot jam.