Sunday, 8 May 2011

Sunday Baking - Country Loaf

This is a recipe that I have been making for years and it is absolutely delicious.  My mum used to make it for me and my brother and sister for tea on a Sunday and now I make it for my family.  I'm not sure where the original recipe came from (so don't know who to credit) and I guess it has changed a bit over the years, but this is how I make it today:

8oz self raising flour
2oz butter
1 egg
1 grated carrot
1 small onion
4oz cheese
1 teaspoon of mustard
a splash of milk

Mix all the ingredients together and pop in a greased loaf tin.  Cook at 180oC  for around 35 mins.

Serve warm with a generous spread of butter.  Totally yummy.

Enjoy x


Annie xx TheFeltFairy said...

that looks really delicious, I love cheesey breads!

Jane (and Lou) said...

Oh Hi, Claire, nice to 'meet' you - I saw your comment on my fave blog heartfelt handmade and the name jumbleberries intrigued me so much I just had to stop by and visit you! I looked at your other blog too - you are a bit too clever especially with your felt creations my dear! I've been wanting to order some wool felt for a while now - so I'm feeling inspired! Well, this recipe looks kind of interesting so I may have to try it - I'll let you know how I go hey? Anyway, come visit me too sometime, Jane :)

Quirky Boots said...

oooh this sounds lush clare will be stealing this family recipe from you :) x thank you very much x

Famfa said...

Umm that looks delicious. Will have to try that one. Thanks for the recipe. Famfa x

Twiglet said...

Just copied your recipe - will give it a go - thanks for sharing!

BumbleVee said...

How I love a savoury loaf or muffins.

Last one I tried I put in some sun dried tomatoes and a bit of ham as well as most of the same ingredients you used ....

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