Onion and Cheese Bread
I rely mostly on an image to give me an idea of what the end result of a recipe will be. I love the beautiful food illustrations captured in modern recipe books and magazines, they give me inspiration and of course make my mouth water.
A few years back I was given a batch of recipe books which originate from various Churches in and around Durban. These little recipe books are great in that they are meals directly from a home kitchen. They are someone’s family favourite so they are also very personable. The idea behind these recipe books which are usually for fundraising purposes (School’s have them too) is that each woman who partakes in putting the book together contributes their personal favourite recipe. The downside of these recipe books is that there are no images I guess to save on costs so one is going in “blind” when trying a recipe.
What I’d like to do with all these books is to pick a few recipes, try them and share the successful, no flop ones with you. The first recipe that I am sharing is an easy, 5 ingredient Onion Bread which was so simple to mix together.
For this recipe you will need:
500ml self raising flour (small packet)
1 packet brown onion soup
1 carton Inkomazi or buttermilk
1 cup grated cheddar cheese
Mix all ingredients together except the cheese. Place in a small pre greased loaf tin. Sprinkle with the cheese and bake at 180 degrees Celsius for 45 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.