I love my go-to recipe for overnight bread, but this morning, I was craving some homemade bread and hadn't gotten around to prepping it last night, so I went to one of my other go-to's - beer bread enhanced with kalamata olives (although you can do so with anything else you may be feeling like including, such as herbs, etc). Try this and let me know what you think!
Total Time (including cooking) - 1 hour
As they say in my country, Buen Provecho!
Use 2 slices of the herby overnight bread - spread a good, robust spice Dijon Mustard on one slice of the bread (mayo optional, I'm not the biggest fan); a few slices of turkey breast, arugula or lettuce, tomatoes and sliced, seeded & destemmed Italian sweet cherry peppers, and garnish with shaved red onions sprinkled). Garnish with an olive, cherry peppers and serve with a pickle!
As they say in Venezuela, Bueno Provecho!
I always was terrified to make bread because it's so complicated and SO darn sensitive! I finally got the nerve to inch my way into it after seeing the rave reviews on a similar recipe, and I've never looked back. I've made adjustments over the years, and below is my take - this is a staple when we have friends visiting, or when we're craving a nice sandwich (check this one out)! Also, in case you're nervous - my Instagram page has a how-to video you can follow step by step!
Serve and Enjoy! And as they say in Venezuela, Bueno Provecho!