if you want it 'just exactly perfect' then bake it for 32 minutes.
Knead for 20-30 minutes. Should be called blackberry work-out crisp bread! And bake for 32 minutes? LOL! 30 too short, 35 too much?
As for blackberry wine, is a grand idea, but have no clue how to make wine. Perhaps I should ask somebody here how to make schnapps. The Germans are fond of making that out of fruit.
And about freezing them, is the most practical idea of all Marye, with one small hitch. Have a teeny tiny freezer, and right now it's full of white asparagus from Farmer Willi (is a specialty of this region, prize winning white asparagus) but perhaps I SHOULD eat asparagus all week to make room for some blackberries.
Thanx for the tips so far!:-)
vegans, please note: there is no butter used in this recipe.
1 cup of berries
5 big spoons of cinamon
500 grams of bread flour
3 big spoons (table spoon) of brown sugar
2 small spoons (tea spoon) of salt
280 cc of lukewarm water
2 small spoons of dry yeast
mix it up, mash it up, knead it for 20 - 30 minutes...
let it rise for about 1 hour (in a warm place)
bake at 185 degrees celcius for 32 minutes.
mmmm mmmm good.
The kids get the berries and I get the Merlot...lol...now back to food...What was in those cookies I ate before the show anyways?
Marinate a good sized pork loin in italian dressing and 2 cloves of minced garlic and a half cup of apple juice for 24 to 48 hours. Hook up the rotisseree unit on the grill. Preheat grill on low for a couple minutes. Put roast on and close lid for 20 minutes. Open lid and brush on marinade. Close lid half way and let cook on med heat. Brush on marinade every 20 minutes till roast is done to your liking. Yummy!!!!!
how bouts a nice wine from them thar berries????
nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile
We have them growing like weeds up here in WA. I pick them,wash them, and feed them to my kids so they have a nice snack and then watch them bounce all over the room...lol.... Someday I might actually make something with them as they're everywhere!
well, you could always freeze 'em and have cobbler at Christmas!
Anybody have any suggestions for cooking the blackberries that I have growing like hell in my garden? Besides jam and cobbler, that is. Have done that until can't deal anymore, and am looking for other ideas.
before cooking the chicken! But you figured that out.
I normally just cook the stuff. I rarely write out the recipes, unless it's my pot roast. So you'll forgive me, if I forget a step, or an ingredient. I'm remembering the recipe "on the fly" so to speak.