Onion & Sundried Tomato Bread

This is a really easy recipe for a bread maker & – as I’ve often been asked by people who notice I’ve got one if I use it – here’s the proof that I do.

500g bread flour (either white or mixture of white & malted grain)

1 teaspoon dried yeast

1 teaspoon rock salt.

1 red onion (chopped)

5 or 6 sundried tomatoes (those from a jar in olive oil are best)

270ml Milk & water (half & half) – luke warm

knob of butter

 

Put all ingredients in bread maker & put on ‘Large’ or ‘Large Dark’ setting. Easy!

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About drewthomasworld

A British writer - author of WEIRD SEX, WHAT A PERFORMANCE, BEAST WAGON & CURTAINS - I have had previous incarnations as a circus ringmaster, magazine editor, voice-over artist & yacht skipper. I am currently in the process of moving back to rural England from Malta. View all posts by drewthomasworld

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