My husband and I are big bread people. We love it. Seriously. We consume an unhealthy amount of bread! And this was good bread. My husband even asked if we could have it again after dinner instead of dessert!!
I liked this recipe because it is one of those throw it all in a bowl and mix it together kind of no-fuss recipes. The recipe does call for it rise twice, so it is a little time-consuming. But it is not hard to make by any means. Enjoy this recipe from Baker Bettie.
Easy No-knead Skillet Bread
It is fun to choose recipes and to have variety in our food. I was reminded yesterday that the ability to choose is a gracious gift from the Lord. It is not a right. The Lord can take away your freedom to choose any time He chooses. Relish the gift that He has given you to make decisions today.
One of the advantages of not working is that I get to experiment with different culinary techniques. I had received an iron skillet for a wedding present, but had never used it until last week. A few days ago I seasoned my skillet for the first time and it went a lot smoother than I thought.
So for a fun experiment, I thought that this week I would try to cook every day using my iron skillet. This week I will share the recipes with you that I have tried as well as some tips for using an iron skillet.
Today’s recipe was German Pancakes. I have eaten this scrumptious treat before, but I have never made it. My husband was willing to be the guinea pig this morning. We thoroughly enjoyed this pancake recipe, although, as my husband said, it was really more of a dessert! The recipe came from What’s Cooking America.
“Why is it a giant puffball in the corner?!” exclaimed my husband who has never had a German Pancake before.
Click Here for the German Pancake Recipe
Tip of the Day:
You can find easy instructions for seasoning your cast iron skillet here on one my favorite blogs. Be sure to open all the windows so it does not get smelly or smokey in your home.