Honey Buttermilk Bread

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Honey Buttermilk BreadHoney Buttermilk Bread. Image – RestlessChipotle.com (with permission)

Check out this amazing bread recipe we just discovered at RestlessChipotle.com! Note that although the photo shows two loaves, the ingredients in the recipe are enough for two (if you are making more loaves you can “scale up” the quantities proportionately). It has just a touch of sweetness from the addition of honey – but it is not so sweet that it cannot be used to make sandwiches.

One of the interesting things about this recipe is the inclusion of real buttermilk. This is an ingredient from the old days, especially popular in the Southern USA – and the real thing may be difficult to obtain in many places. You can buy a commercially-available buttermilk (which might have some dubious ingredients i.e. modified corn starch (GMO!) and locust bean gum) – so for ultimate results you might want to make your own.

Making buttermilk is not difficult but does require a starter culture. Fortunately, RestlessChipotle.com has given instructions for the best ways to do this step also.

Also, this bread recipe involves kneading, so if you don’t wish to do that, check out Peasant Bread – which is a no-knead bread recipe.

The Peasant Bread bread recipe we posted (a few days ago) was one of our most popular posts ever! I’m guessing that the popularity of these recipes is a “sign of the times”: People are clearly really interested in making their own bread – perhaps it’s a kind of reaction to a world with too much artificial – and people are getting caught up in the sentiment (not a bad thing IMO). But what I want to know is, how many of my readers are actually making the bread? So maybe you could let us know in the comments if you tried the recipe – and how you got on.

Ok here’s the link to the full Honey Buttermilk Bread recipe: https://restlesschipotle.com/2013/10/buttermilk-bread/ Have fun! 🙂

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  • By Donna Ottens, May 4, 2014 @ 1:54 pm

    Oh my! Have I made the bread?!! Every single day since it was posted…sometimes twice a day! My family loves it. Now, how about a similar bread with no kneading that I can use eggs in? Thanks a bunch! You made me a hero around here. Fresh bread!

  • By Anna, May 16, 2014 @ 3:49 am

    Hi! I made the peasant bread from your post. Let me tell you, it was not only super easy but it came out delish! My husband requests it often as well as friends. I’m proud to say “oh I make my own bread”! So thank you 🙂

  • By Karen, May 16, 2014 @ 7:21 pm

    I made the peasant bread this week and every one loved it! It was the first time I made a bread like that and was surprised at how easy it was. I am planning on making bread every week now. Thank You for sharing all of these great recipes.

  • By Sharon, May 17, 2014 @ 5:40 pm

    I will be making the peasant bread. I make the easier recipes because of time.

  • By Rebecca simpson, June 10, 2014 @ 5:21 pm

    I have made the peasant bread twice and it was perfecto both times!

  • By becky, June 10, 2014 @ 6:11 pm

    it looks good can not wait to try it

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