Bread is a scary thing for the novice baker. All that kneading, rising, rules about yeast is enough to make most of us turn and run the other way. There are very simple rules and techniques to making the perfect loaf of bread. If you still find yourself weary, there are quick and easy to make bread recipes and handy gadgets that can make you look like a professional bread maker.
Category: Quick Bread Recipes
When it comes to banana bread recipes, there is certainly no shortage of places to look for them. What with all the home bread making cookbooks and various websites you can try, you may well discover that there are more recipes than you ever imagined. That being the case, you will have to try to narrow them down by either trying a few of the recipes for yourself or guessing based on the ingredients listed with the ones you might like.
St Patrick’s Day is with us again and time to knock up a loaf or two of traditional Irish Soda Bread. Of course, you do not have to wait until March 17 each year as you can enjoy this delicious quick bread all the year round.
The banana nut bread loaf recipe is just one of many variations of banana bread mixes that are frequently listed in cookbooks today. The original recipes for banana breads were introduced during the 1930s. It was during this time that baking soda became widely accepted and used as a leavening agent for breads over the yeast. Subsequently, many variations of bread were made and introduced to the public. However, it was sometime during the 1960s that banana bread became popular because of variations that were introduced with nuts and other flavorful ingredients.