Friday, April 12, 2013

Baking With Julia- Rustic Potato Loaves

Rustic Potato Loaf by Teckelcar
Rustic Potato Loaf, a photo by Teckelcar on Flickr.
The Rustic Potato Loaves were actually from last week over at Baking with Julia, however with it still (barely) being Passover I elected to give a miss until this week. For the full recipe head on over to Simply Sweet and see what Dawn cooked up.

It is an easy bread to make, though you really do need a stand mixer to do it. I'm sure the 11 (!) minutes of beating by hand or a hand mixer would get very old, very fast. Apart from being sticky and my apparent inability to make a torpedo shape loaf, it was one of the easiest breads to bake so far. It has a nice chewy crust and a pleasant tang from the potatoes.

We had this instead of challah tonight and the loaf was quickly devoured. Rebecca didn't care for it, but Jacob was ecstatic. He loves potato bread and is very happy boy. This is definitely a keeper.

2 comments:

Cathleen said...

Your loaf looks great! This is a keeper for us as well. I made one loaf and rolls with the other half of the dough.

Bev said...

Very nice looking bread- we loved the taste of this. BTW, typo in the last paragraph- should be "a very happy boy"??