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POTBRODE met gekoopte deeg


POTBROOD met potato bake, kaas en paprika

Smeer jou bak lekker dik met botter
Maak bolletjies en pak in jou bak
Neem 1/2 pakkie potato bake en 3/4 koppie melk
Meng en gooi bo-oor
Bak vir 40 na 45 min by 180C
As uit die oond kom, gooi gerasperde kaas en parika oor

In albei gevalle kan jy dit net so ‘n half uur los om te rys voor jy dit bak


POTBROOD met spek, olywe en feta

Knie die deeg net effe deur
Smeer jou bak goed met botter
Sit die deeg net so heel in die bak
Druk die deeg lekker plat in die bak met jou vingers
Neem 2 velletjies spek (rou), snipper dit met jou vingerpunt oral in die deeg in
4 na 5 olywe, ook in stukkies gebreek, druk oral in
Halwe wieletjie fetakaas, gefrimmel, gooi bo-oor en druk vas met jou handpalm
Gooi oor, Ina Paarman se Olive and Rosmary speserye
Bak ongeveer 35 na 40 min by 180C

In albei gevalle kan jy dit net so ‘n half uur los om te rys voor jy dit bak



Biltong potbrood


biltong potbrood


Resep : Koskapperjolle 2



• 240 g Cake flour (500 ml)
• 20 ml Baking Powder
• 2 ml Salt
• 5 ml Mustard powder
• 100 g Butter
• Approximately 100 ml Milk
• 1 Egg – beaten
• 120 g Ground Biltong (250 ml)
• 200 g Smooth cottage cheese
• 30 ml Chopped parsley
• Freshly gound pepper to taste
• Mayonnaise to moisten
• 15 ml Lemon juice
To make the dough sift tohether the dry ingredients. Cut butter into the flour with a knife and then rub it in with your fingers until the mixture resembles dried breadcrumbs.
Beat the milk and egg together. Make a well in the flour mixture and add the liquid gradually. Mix quickly to a soft dough. Turn out onto a floured board and knead lightly until smooth. Roll out into a square approximately 10mm thick.
To make the filling mix all ingredients together and spread over the dough keepin 25mm clear along the edges. Roll up dough like a Swiss roll and seal the edges with beaten egg and water. Wrap lightly in greaseproof paper and refrigerate for about 30 minutes. Carefully cut the dough into 25mm slices and arrange them – cut side down – on the bottom of a greased No.3 cast iron pot. Begin in the centre and arrange the remaining slices in a circle. Leave the sides of the pot clear to allow the dough to rise. Grease the inside of the lid with cooking oil or butter and cover the pot. Put the pot over a small fire – put a few small hot coals on the lid and bake for 20 – 30 minutes until the bread is golden brown and cooked. Turn out – cool slightly – and then serve with crisp vegetable sticks and lettuce leaves.