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Monday, October 10, 2011

Cheese Bread

Super easy and delicious, especially when served warm out of the oven. A perfect accompaniment for any autumn meal and my October SRC assignment.
Source Kitchen Trial and Error blog

Taste 5 (out of 5)

Difficulty 1 (out of 5)

• 2 eggs (140 cal)
• 3 tbsp canola oil (360 cal)
• 1 cup milk (120 cal)
• 1 tablespoon sugar (45 cal)
• 1 teaspoon salt
• 2 cups all-purpose flour (910 cal)
• 2 tsp baking powder
• 1 1/2 tsp mustard powder
• 1 tsp garlic powder
• 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese (660 cal)
Total: 2235 cal, 10 slices, 225 cal / slice

1. Mix the eggs, the oil, the milk, the sugar and the salt.
2. Add the dry ingredients and mix until there are no lumps.
3. Mix in the shredded cheese.
4. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper and pour in the batter.
5. Bake for 45 minutes in an oven preheated to 375F.
6. Serve warm.

1. I am not sure whether it’s a crustless quiche, a biscuit or bread, but it’s certainly very tasty, especially warm out of the oven. It’s very easy to finish half the loaf. There is a lot of cheese in this bread, but it does not in the slightest feel greasy or heavy.
2. If you don’t finish the loaf on the first day, seal it in a zip lock bag, store in the fridge and reheat in microwave (but of course chances are you won’t have any leftovers).
3. I greased the loaf pan very thoroughly with shortening, but the bread was all stuck to the pan (I suppose because of the melted cheese) and it was extremely difficult to take the bread out and then to wash the pan. Next time I will definitely use parchment paper, and maybe grease it too.
4. Saving the best for last ;-) : if you have not visited Kate’s blog Kitchen Trial and Error yet, you certainly should. She has lots of great recipes, both sweet and savory, and I’ve been reading and loving it for a long time. And I am not saying that just because my blog is called Cookbook of Trial and Error :-). I think my next trial (and I hope a successful one) from Kate’s blog will be her caramel corn, something I’ve been wanting to make for a year now.


Lisa~~ said...

Your bread looks wonderful and I bet the mustard and cheese give it wonderful flavor.

If you haven't already, I'd love for you to check out my SRC recipe this month: Levain Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies.

Cook Lisa Cook

Donna Elick said...

This is a fantastic bread and your picture is fabulous!!!

Great SRC post. If you'd like to check out my SRC post here is the link

Kate said...

I'm glad you liked the bread & sorry yours stuck to the pan! I didn't have any trouble getting mine out, but I took it out immediately - burning the tips of my fingers along the way.

Good luck with the caramel corn. It took me a few tries (to not burn the caramel), but once I got it right, it's amazing!

The Double Dipped Life said...

That picture is amazing. The crumb looks so light and airy. Yum!

Sara said...

This sounds really delicious! Great choice for SRC this month. :)

Angie - Big Bears Wife said...

Great bread recipe for SRC! yum!!

Amanda said...

I love cheese bread, bet this was great!

Katherine Martinelli said...

Mmmm cheesy bread! Looks great.

Ilke said...

You have some handsome slices there! :) Looks great, noone would know that it got stuck to the pan. It all tastes the same ..which is delicious.

Amber | Bluebonnets and Brownies said...

This bread calls to me in ways I don't understand. It just looks so yummy! Great SRC pick.

Alison @ Ingredients, Inc. said...

omg this looks great!!

365daysofbaking said...

This looks So good! I would just stick my nose in it and take one big whiff before I devoured it. I have an obsession with breads!
Great post for the SRC!

Desi said...

You can never go wrong with cheese. I bet this is great warmed up and maybe with some butter on top. What? I can add more fat to it! :)

Winnie said...

I like this recipe!
It's easy and sounds delicious
I think it'll be nice to bake in muffins pan

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

What a delicious cheese bread! I love cheese bread growing up and my love for cheese grew after coming to the US because we have more variety of cheese here than in Japan. This bread looks so delicious.

Anonymous said...

Love the cheese bread, recipe looks great, have to try it, thanks for sharing:)

Anonymous said...

Cheese and bread, my fav two things

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