There is nothing quite like the aroma of freshly baked bread, especially when you add some cheese, olives and sun-dried tomatoes into the mixture. This easy quick bread is guaranteed to be eaten up as fast as the time it takes to make. Rustic, flavorful and just about the ideal accompaniment to any Italian meal or just as is for a light lunch with a pat of butter if desired, this one ought to be on the menu all the time, at least once a week.
Considering serving this as part of a tapas plate for gatherings with slices of fine cheese, more olives on the side, stuffed mushrooms, salsas and simple salads, pickles, spiced up chickpeas and spreadable cheeses with crackers. Such a small plate is all I would need for dinner, or just a few slices of this bread.
|Kalamata Olive Bread with Sun-Dried Tomatoes|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on December 2, 2014
Easy and comforting, this fresh rustic no-yeast bread is baked with a flavorful Mediterranean-style assortment of cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, olives and herbs
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Other quick breads to try from Lisa's Kitchen:
Irish Soda Bread
Cheese and Sage Damper Bread
Jalapeño Spoon Bread
Rustic Sun-Dried Tomato Bread
On the top of the reading stack: River Cottage Bread Handbookby Daniel Stevens
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