I’m so glad that I keep up w/the food blog…it’s nice 😉
Anyway, our garden has been exploding w/veggie-goodness over the past few days, and it’s honestly pretty inspiring, food-wise, when you see so many yummy, home grown things coming into the house.
For instance, those beautiful tomatoes and gorgeous basil had me drooling over bruschetta…only we didn’t have any good bread in. But then, that got me thinking of using my stand mixer to just make some bread, only quickly, bc most bread recipes seem to take hours for rising time.
I found this recipe on Pinterest, and it’s for French Bread (used for pizzas), and I loved it bc it only took about an hour and a half, start to finish, including rising time. And, there were like, four ingredients. Sold!
I forgot to take “before” pictures, so after mixing the ingredients together and then letting the dough rise for an hour, here’s the almost-finished product:
(I was pretty surprised that my dough had actually doubled like it should, bc I normally don’t have the best luck w/dough. I love the stand mixer!)
Then, I formed the dough into a long sort-of log shape, and set it to bake for 30(ish) minutes:
PS- this is soooo good, too! I couldn’t help cutting a few pieces off while it was still hot, and wow, warm bread and butter? Really doesn’t get any better, if you ask me!
Later that night, I cut up the tomatoes, ripped up the basil, and we had bruschetta (w/chicken alfredo…bc we’re super-healthy over here!). The bread was perfect- definitely a recipe I plan to use again and again 🙂
Presented beautifully on the prettiest cookie sheet I could find! 😉