How are things? I hope everyone is well…Would love to hear from you!!
I am confused with something uff A few days ago I read that as food bloggers we should not be writing content that has to do with our lives. All we should be doing is just posting the recipe and that’s it. Well, personally I find that boring and I’ll tell you why. I follow bloggers and I mean all sorts of bloggers from Authors, Lifestyle, Food, Psychology, Health, Exercising, Gardening and basically everything that interests me. I so enjoy reading about what these bloggers are doing throughout their day. Some actually have me laughing so much that I have tears. Others express their emotions and they make me cry. The fact that I am being brought into their world is definitely so COOL!!
What I would definitely not enjoy is going into a food blogger’s blog and just seeing the recipe and the ingredients. I would like to read the recipe but I would also like to know and learn more about this person, I don’t mind if you post a photo or you don’t post a photo of yourself on your blog but I would like to know who you are and are your interests. So in my personal opinion, I think that posting short stories about what we do throughout the day just puts a smile on someone’s face. But then again that’s just me 🙂 sharing my own personal opinion.
Ok, so back to the recipe. I’ve seen posts these past few days of bloggers making/baking Banana Bread. I love the photos and the recipes but I am one of those people who seriously does not enjoy eating Bananas. 🙂 Whenever I see my husband heading towards the kitchen counter and picking up a banana, that is my time to exit the room. heheheh I seriously don’t like the smell. The last time I ate a banana I think I was about 7 years old. 🙂
Ahh anyway, after looking at those beautiful photos of everyone’s banana bread I decided to make my own bread. No banana, olives, just plain homemade bread. The process is quite simple, a few ingredients and a waiting period of about 4 to 5 hours before baking. I know you might be thinking just about now, 4 to 5 hours!!?? But believe me, once you sink your teeth into this warm bread you will love it.
STAY SAFE EVERYONE!!
Easy No Knead Homemade Bread Recipe
- 1 ½ cups All-Purpose Flour
- 1 ½ tsp Baking Powder
- 1 cup Lukewarm water Add more if necessary
- ½ tsp Salt
- Poppy Seeds or Sesame Seeds
- In a large bowl mix dry ingredients, start with Flour
- Baking Powder
- Add Lukewarm water
- Cover bowl with a piece of Kitchen Paper and Aluminum Foil. Set aside for 4 to 5 hours in a warm area until dough rises.
- Pre-heat oven at 180 degrees and bake until golden brown
KALI MAS OREXI!! :0