I have a copy of this fabulous cookbook, but you can easily find the recipe online as many foodbloggers seem to like this fantastic, yeastless bread as much as I do. I ended up adding a whole teaspoon of dried mustard by mistake but I think it went well. And the suggestion of one blogger to add grain or Dijon instead of powder would be worth a try. I also added a wee bit of dried chilli powder (the chillies were from a friend's garden and sundried by me (and the sun), which gave it a lovely kick. I am going to try it next time with sundried tomatoes too.
|the recipe from her fab cookbook|
|ingredients laid out ready to mix-look at that gorgeous thyme!|
|in the mixing bowl waiting to be anointed with lovely buttermilk etc- (sorry for upside down photo)|
|dry ingredients and wet ones ready to be amalgamated!|
|all mixed up and ready to bake|
|the beautiful herb-flecked cheesy bread out of the oven and already being devoured by Mr Pickings at this point in time. All we have left are the memories!|