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Larry the cable guy beer bread / Read

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  • Apr 18 2012 11:44 PM
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Posted 18 April 2012 - 11:44 PM

Larry the cable guy beer bread mix is perfect

All it calls for is a can of beer & 3 tbsp {3/4 stick of butter} melted

Since it called for melted butter we made it fresh
Melted down a full stick of butter in a double broiler & added about a 1/4 of ground trim {mainly those little bottom pop corn nugs}
Simmered it on low for about 2 hours
Then strained it in to a cup

Added a can of beer {Bud} to the mix
Poured it in a 8in X 4in. X 2in baking pan
Poured the butter over the batter in the pan

Cut it in to 8 4in X 1in slices

They were GOOOD / Nice & canna-buttery tasting
Easy to make / It's like the mix was made for making edibles

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 12:06 AM

Looks interesting, but what is the consistancy of the bread? Looks similar to cornbread rather than white but I really want to know cause beer battered fish is the bomb and If the bread is airy enough, I bet this could make killer fish sandwiches.

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 03:37 AM

I dunno that dont look good to me. At first i thought you were talking about fish batter lol

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 04:30 AM

They do have a Beer Fish Batter / LOL~
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I saw it at a 99 cent store & it was one of those things you just have to pick up & look at
Thought it was funny that LTCG had a line of food products

Anyways it sounded like an interesting / different something to make
It was simple to make / A can of beer & 3 table spoons of "Canna" butter

We enjoyed it...

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