CRUSTY ONION HORSERADISH & GARLIC BREAD LOAF
Rose Mary Mogan
I thought a crusty bread that did not require a lot of time to make would be an ideal compliment to the soup.
I also thought that the onion garlic and horseradish flavors would be an added bonus with the soup. I was right, the bread left before I had time to take a picture of it with the soup.
Just wanted a savory warm crusty bread to compliment the soup and this one did the trick. Simple and easy is my motto.
Why not give it a try and see if you like it too.
4 call purpose flour ( i used white lily)
2 Tbspprepared horseradish ( refrigerated section)
1 bunchchopped green onion tops only
1 tspbaking soda
1 Tbspgranulated garlic powder
How to Make CRUSTY ONION HORSERADISH & GARLIC BREAD LOAF
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. I made this crusty and flavorful bread loaf to compliment my Vegetable with Beef and Orzo Soup. It was a great addition to the soup. Spray a large shallow baking pan or cast iron skillet with non stick cooking spray and set aside till needed. Some of the ingredients used to make the bread loaf.
- Dough may tend to be a little sticky. Add enough extra flour just until it holds together. Then shape into desired shape and place on baking pan or in skillet. I chose to make it like a loaf this time. With a serrated knife make a long X across bread about 1 1/2 inches deep so that the steam can escape as the bread cooks.