Curiosity is the key to knowledge.

African facts are endless. A map of Africa does not begin to show the vastness of people, culture, food, living and ancient history of the African continent. Established 2008 Chic African Culture is an African learning tool to meet the demand for better education about Africa.

Popular_Topics

Don't major in minor things - with love from your ancestors

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Fire Bread Recipe Garlic Butter Pot Bread

Fire Bread Recipe/title> <br /> </head> <h1> South Africa’s favorite fire bread recipe is Pot Bread or Potbrood bread recipe.</h1>

Fire bread recipes in Africa are endless. Pot Bread rustic outdoor cooking on an open fire is delicious African food made in a cast iron pot traditionally cooked over barbecue coals or braai in South Africa. Classic fire pot bread recipe can be made at home add cheese, rosemary, onions, beer, raisins, apricots, chocolate, Billabong or any of your favorite ingredients.



Fire Bread Recipe Garlic Butter Pot Bread

Fire Bread Recipe Garlic Butter Pot Bread

Fire Bread Recipe Garlic Butter Pot Bread



Fire bread recipes in Africa are traditional bread recipes made for down-home food recipes. Pot Bread or Potbrood fire bread recipe is quickly prepared and cooked over an open fire.
 
Ingredients     
2 cups self-rising flour     
2 medium eggs
1 teaspoon garlic salt
1 teaspoon white sugar
1/3 cup unsalted softened butter
1 teaspoon garlic powder
   

Directions
In a large bowl, mix butter and sugar, then mix in eggs and spices. Mix flour into the moist mixture. Transfer mixture to a greased cast iron pot with a lid. Allow the dough to rise 2 hours covered in a warm place. Over very low coals, bake for about 30 minutes. Insert a knife into the bread, if it comes out clean the Potbrood is ready. Finding the right temperature to make the Potbrood on the grill can be tricky but practice makes perfect.

Potbrood is delicious African food


Share this page

Chic African Culture

A bird sits on a tree it likes - African Proverb

Chic African Culture Featured Articles

Wise Words


A wise person does not fall down on the same hill twice.