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Thread: Deb's Lone Star Bread

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    1 (12 oz) can of beer
    1/2 c. sugar
    3 c. self rising flour
    butter

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9 x 5 loaf pan.
    Mix first three ingredients well, place in pan.
    Bake for one hour....while every ten minutes, butter top of bread with small pieces of butter.
    Yields one loaf.

    This bread is easy to make and is very good with barbecue.

    And no....you don't taste the beer. LOL

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    I passed this one on to my family. :P

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    Another easy to make recipe. Love it. Have to try it.

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    Thanks, look yummy, quick and easy. :thumbup:

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    Does it matter what brand of beer I would use?

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    I have tried this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmg
    Does it matter what brand of beer I would use?
    I would want to start with a "regular" beer then progress up the scale to a Guiness just to try it :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueangel
    I have tried this.
    And how did you like it?

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    Is it sweet at all from the sugar?

    I make a lot of yeast bread and don't ususally use any sugar. Unless it is meant for cinnabuns or the like.

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    This sounds like my kind of bread-easy!! I have a question though, the butter, you put the dabs as it's baking for the hour, right?

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    sounds delish! thanks

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    I used to make "beer" biscuits when my kids were little and
    I had to fix dinner all of the time. Now I will try the loaf
    for a change but use less sugar or use Splenda.
    Thank you, I had lost my original receipe.

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    could these be made into dinner rolls? if so..any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmg
    Does it matter what brand of beer I would use?
    I use what is here....coors...DOn't think it matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pocoellie
    This sounds like my kind of bread-easy!! I have a question though, the butter, you put the dabs as it's baking for the hour, right?
    Hi there. Yes, every ten minutes or so I use the melted butter and brush it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgramma
    Is it sweet at all from the sugar?

    I make a lot of yeast bread and don't ususally use any sugar. Unless it is meant for cinnabuns or the like.
    It's like a fresh yeast roll to me. I think the beer tones it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimmieH
    could these be made into dinner rolls? if so..any suggestions?
    Sure, I use this recipe for rolls too. Instead of the pan you can make 2" rolls and place them apart on a cookie sheet, still need to brush with butter.

    I also make the recipe and make and roll out 4" circles like a tiny pie crust. Then cook hambuger, fresh ginger, fine chopped carrots and chopped cabbage, mix it all together and put a scoop into each circle and close them and bring the sides up to top and twist it to close. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes....meat rolls. Ta-dah

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    Deb-the meat rolls sound absolutely delicious!! I'm going to try them. Thanks so much for the recipes.

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    They are good too. And if you don't want to make bread sometimes...I buy the Rhodes frozen rolls and let them set up, they are already individual....roll them out add the ingredients and bake. I love these. Kind of like Indian bread.

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    Does baking it take the alcohol out?

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    I finally got to make the bread and it was delicious, everyone loved it...
    Nancy

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    Sounds wonderful! Makes me hungry just thinking about it

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