Beer Bread

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This bread is perfect for the baker who can’t be bothered to leave bread to rise and prove for hours. The sweet, yeasty flavour delivers a warm and fulfilling addition to a meal and is best eaten on the day of baking with smears of butter and a sprinkle of flaky salt.

Ingredients

700ml flour

50 ml sugar

330ml beer (one can)

1 tbsp baking powder

Pinch of salt

Method

Grease and flour the loaf tin and place in the oven to get hot. Combine ingredients and place into the hot bread tin. Bake at 170 – 180 for +-30 min or until a skewer stuck into the thickest part of the wonky loaf comes out clean.

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Alex Poltera

There was probably no way on Earth that Midlands Chef Alex Poltera was not going to end up in a kitchen. Growing up in a household of accomplished and award-winning chefs was bound to have some effect on his upbringing. From a young age, Alex would spend family holidays catching fresh seafood along the Wild Coast.

Author: Alex Poltera

There was probably no way on Earth that Midlands Chef Alex Poltera was not going to end up in a kitchen. Growing up in a household of accomplished and award-winning chefs was bound to have some effect on his upbringing. From a young age, Alex would spend family holidays catching fresh seafood along the Wild Coast.

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