Thursday, December 11, 2014

Home Baked: Italian Tomato Bread

As some of you might have seen in the weekly menu posts, Nick and I own a bread machine. Normally we ask a friend who has a mill on walking distance to buy us some special mixes for the machine. But last time we were there, we forgot to take the mixes with us. So we had to think of something else. In the stores here we can only get the basic mixes, which often taste a bit boring. So we decided to pimp one of those basic mixes to get an interesting tasting bread.

Italian Tomato Bread:
- 8 sundried tomatoes
- a bunch of fresh Italian herbs
- 500 gr white bread flour (yeast included)
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- a small pinch of sugar
- a pinch of salt
- a pinch of pepper

Chop the fresh Italian herbs and sundried tomatoes in very tiny pieces. Place all the ingredients in the bread machine and add 300 ml water. Use the white bread setting of your machine to knead and bake the bread. Enjoy ;) (If you want some more visible pieces of sundried tomatoes and herbs, reserve some and add them after the beep)

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