The Novel Coronavirus has become a global pandemic, as a result of which a majority of the nations are under lockdown. Most of the kitchens are stocked with only essential supplies, leading people to dig up recipes, which are easy to make and don’t require fancy ingredients to make them. An example of one such recipe would be this simple Peanut Butter Bread recipe which has recently surfaced on the internet. A Reddit user shared the recipe, which is originally from a 1932 cookbook belonging to the era of the Great Depression. Check it out:
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The recipe is from a book called ‘Five Roses Flour: A Guide To Cooking’, which was originally written in French. The cookbook is commonly found in Canadian kitchens, and uses the simplest of ingredients and cooking methods due to the era to which it belongs. Glen & Friends Cooking, which is a popular YouTube channel based in Canada has also used the cookbook as a reference in several episodes. He tried the Peanut Butter Bread recipe too, with delicious results. Take a look:
The best thing about the Peanut Butter Bread recipe is that it uses commonly available kitchen ingredients. These basic ingredients are simply mixed together and slow-cooked in an oven for best results. The bread rises in no time and gives a unique texture and flavour. It can be paired with butter, or even some chocolate spread! People took the recipe and reinvented it, sharing the amazing results online in the Reddit thread. Since the recipe is super easy and quick too, it is ideal to make a simple sweet treat for the lockdown period.
Here Is The Full Recipe Of The Peanut Butter Bread:
- 2 cups all purpose flour
- 4 tsp baking powder
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 1/3 cup milk
- 1/2 cup peanut butter
- Mix together the dry ingredients such as flour, sugar, salt, and baking powder.
- Add the milk, and then the peanut butter.
- Smoothen the mixture out to become a thick, flowing batter.
- Bake for 60 minutes at 160 degrees Celsius.
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