Ploughman mini bacon loaves
A loaf? With bacon in it? A bacon buttie like you've never seen it before. Makes about 12-14 loaves
What you need:
- 240g premium wiltshire cure unsmoked back bacon rashers, trimmed and cut into large pieces
- 450g (1lb) plain flour
- 30ml (2tbsp) baking powder
- 4 medium eggs
- 450ml (1/2pt) semi skimmed milk
- 25g (1oz) butter
- 5-6 pickled onions, sliced
- 50g (2oz) cheddar cheese, cut into small cubes
- 1 tomato, roughly chopped
- Pinch salt
What you do:
- Preheat oven to Gas Mark 4, 180ËC, 350ËF.
- Into a large bowl place flour, baking powder and salt.
- Break eggs into a jug and lightly mix with a fork. Add the milk and mix together.
- Place the butter into a hot frying pan and add the bacon, cook for 2-3 minutes until the bacon is cooked through. Allow to cool slightly.
- Add the cooked bacon to the flour and mix, and then add the onions, cheese and tomato.
- Fold together the bacon and flour mixture with the egg and milk mix, using a large spoon until all ingredients are thoroughly combined - be careful not to over mix
- Fill each lined mini loaf tin or large muffin case almost to the top with about 3 large spoonfuls of the mixture.
- Cook in a preheated oven for about 20-25 minutes until well risen and golden.
- Serve hot or cold, sliced with or without butter, extra pickled onions and cheese
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