Chive and dill batter bread
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Chive and dill batter bread
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:15:01 AM. Recipe ID 44200. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chive and dill batter bread
 Categories: Breads
      Yield: 6 Servings
    1/2 c  Warm water
      2 tb Sugar
      1 tb Or packet active dry yeast
      2 c  (1pint) lowfat cottage
    1/2 c  Chopped chives (onions or
      1    Heaping tbsp dill weed, or
      2    Eggs
      2 ts Salt
    1/2 ts Baking soda
      1 c  Stone ground whole wheat
      3 c  Unbleached all purpose flour
  There are particular batter breads that have become very popular over
  the years and this is one of them. Its full of dill, chives, and
  lowfat cottage cheese, and contains no other fat at all. But it's so
  moist and chewy, you'd never think of eating it with butter.
  Pour the warm water into a large mixing bowl and dissolve in it the
  sugar and the yeast. While they dissolve, heat the cottage cheese in
  a large saucepan until the chill is off. When it has warmed slightly,
  add the chives, dill, eggs, salt, baking soda, and flour. Mix this
  all up and add it to the yeast mixture, making sure it is all well
  blended. The next part, the rising or proofing, takes time, but it's
  the yeast that doing all the work.  You can determine how long it
  will take by where you put the dough. If you want the yeast to work
  quickly, say in 1-1/2 hours, put your bowl somewhere warm and cozy
  (75F-85F) If you want the yeast to work slowly, say all day while
  you're at work, put the dough somewhere cool (55F-65F) or in the
  refrigerator. Make sure your dough is covered so it doesn't dry out,
  and then go away and do whatever you have to do. About an hour before
  you want to serve your bread, stir it down, and pour it into two
  small, lightly greased casserole dishes or 4-1/2x8-1/2 bread pans.
  Cover and let them rise again, this time for 3/4 to 1 hour. (If the
  dough is cold, the loaves may take a bit more time to rise.) About 15
  minutes before you bake your bread, preheat your oven to 350F. Bake
  the loaves for 30-35 minutes or until they are brown and crusty.
  Origin: Cookbook Digest Mar/Apr 93 Shared 

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Recipe ID 44200 (Apr 03, 2005)

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