I didn't take pictures of the process this week, there wasn't a lot to it and I was feeling a bit lazy to be quite honest :/ We were so busy on actual St Patrick's day that we decided to celebrate on Sunday the 18th instead. By celebrate, I mean eat!
The dough came together so easily. I wasn't sure if I had done it right, but it baked up nicely. I opted to add a cup of raisin's as I love a good raisin bread slathered with creamy butter. The dough itself was more wet than I would have predicted from the description in the book but I didn't want to add more flour or risk over working the dough. So I just went with it and crossed my fingers.
If you are looking for a lighty airy bread, don't go for this. It doesn't have any yeast so it doesn't get that airation that you would get from a yeast dough. I actually like that about it, a good dense bread is my favourite kind. This certainly delivers on that. It had a nice flavour and because of the density I couldn't sit down and consume the entire loaf by myself. I am sure I could give it a valiant effort though. Luckily for my hips I have five children and a husband who are more than happy to help out when it comes to eating baked goods.
Next month we are making Pizza Rustica and Lemon Loaf Cake. I really need to make sure I work out plenty in April, it is looking to be a delicious month!