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    • Beer Bread Mix

      3 Cups All-Purpose Flour
      4 1/2 Teaspoons Baking Powder -- See Recipe
      3 Tablespoons Granulated Sugar
      1 1/2 Teaspoons Salt

      Combine all ingredients well and store in a covered container.

      To Use:

      1 Beer Bread Mix Recipe
      1- 12 Oz Can Beer, Dark Or Light, But Not "Lite"

      Preheat oven and grease loaf pan(s). Combine Beer Bread MIx and beer and bake as follows:

      1 large loaf - 350 for 1 1/4 hours

      2 small loaves - 400 for 45 minutes
      Comments 3 Comments
      1. Unregistered's Avatar
        Unregistered -
        I make my Beer Bread with 3 Cups of Self-rising flour, 3 Tbsp. sugar mixed together. Add one can/bottle of beer. Melt 1/2 to 1 whole stick of margarine (1/4 - 1/2 Cup) in stone loaf pan. Pour dough into melted margarine pan; melted margarine will make a nonstick coating on the bottom and sides of pan as well as make a great butter flavored crust. Bake at 375* for 40-45 minutes. Other drinks can be substituted for the beer: 7-Up, Rootbeer, Coke, Mountain Dew, etc. Or, garlic, herbs or even cinnamon and sugar can be incorporated or sprinkled on top for flavored Beer Bread. I make this every time I serve spaghetti.
      1. Kimmy56's Avatar
        Kimmy56 -
        Just finished making bread mix's and seasoning mix's in jars . Can't wait to try them.
      1. sydneyh's Avatar
        sydneyh -
        This was absolutely terrific. I bake the dough in a buttered Pyrex casserole dish (covered) at 400 degrees for 1 hour. Next time I will add some fresh herbs, this is a fool-proof recipe.


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