3 cups flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 can beer
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
Quickly mix all ingredients together and spoon into a greased loaf tin and top with grated cheese. A large loaf tin will take 1 hour but smaller tins 35-40 minutes.
Of course, it can be topped with anything besides cheese and also good is to place half the mixture in the tin and spoon on a layer of stuffing, i.e. sun-dried tomatoes, onion marmalade, spinach leaves, pitted olives
MiaAngel Member since: April 3, 2010 REVIEW: I make this recipe a lot. It's so simple and always turns out perfectly.
Apr 5, 2013
zoomer REVIEW: really easy, taste really good, try adding some garlic, parsley, or whatever you like. taste good
Jun 6, 2011
mm COMMENT: what size can of beer is used?
CDKitchen Note: A standard can is 12 ounces.
Feb 22, 2011
christina duanesburg ny REVIEW: took only minutes to make...then bake..i never use yeast anymore! cudos to the person who came up with it!!!love it love it..the only way to improve it is to stamp it and put a label on it!
Jan 1, 2008
wannabechef REVIEW: This was so easy and SO tasty!
Aug 30, 2006
Guest Foodie REVIEW: This is very good, however, 1 tsp salt is way too much. I cut it down to 1/4 after my first loaf and added 3 Tbsp sugar. Then it was excellent
Jul 2, 2006
Shyla211 Member since: April 3, 2006 REVIEW: This is an excellent base recipe. I tried different combo's such as cheddar and garlic, garlic and herb, italian herb and parmesan...it's amazing! I have people request it now!
Apr 9, 2006
abiba REVIEW: i love this bread as my whole family did too. i added all sorts of nuts and seeds that were toasted first. also some oats and raisins. i vary it as much as what i have in the cupboard.