Could we have a calorie count, please................................................?
There are no calories in this. Trust me.
Are you watching your figure Dennis.....? No not many caloies in this recipe. I do not know how to count anyway....lol
RECIPE IS IN THE CHAT TAB. AND HAS NEEN UPDATED. Shirley
I thought Corn Syrup was different to Golden Syrup?? Never had corn syrup as I always thought it was the same as liquid glucose.
You can use honey instead of Golden Syrup.
I have a Gingerbread Cake recipe from the 1970s and when I took my cake to a sewing day the DH there (who is the best cook ever) asked which recipe it was and when I told him he asked more questions as my cake looked different to his using the exact same recipe. He used honey and I use Golden Syrup.
I don't have any tins!! Will have to make some pasta dishes to use up the canned tomatoes!!
I made 'No Knead Bread' last weekend. It was nice. Looking forward to trying this recipe.
I have wondered about honey, I guess it would ok. Worth a try if unable to get golden syrup.
I am really looking forward to trying this out! We have corn syrup in Canada so no worries there. Can use Almond milk in mine too. I hope lol
Hope they turn out nice. Hugs Shirley
What size tins do we save? This looks very much like brown bread but lighter. Where do you live and what is "golden syrup"?
It all looks very interesting...can't wait for the recipe!!
The tin are 11 cm high and 7 1/2 cm in diameter. The "golden syrup" is a product of Australia. I don't know what other countries would have that is similar. It The ingredients on the container say 'Cane Sugar, Water' and says store in a cool place S
Golden syrup (south African, English or Australian) is Corn syrup in America or Canada. Am not sure if made from same ingredients - golden syrup is made from cane sugar.
The cans are our 454grm tins - I use about six tins of assorted beans (including baked beans), and chick peas with a tin of tomato and onion mix, curry, sugar a bit of salt and make a lovely "protein" dish which I serve with rice and a green salad. Viola, lots of tins - so will try this steamed breads. I use the same tins to bake boston loves in the oven. Elizabeth A .
Shirley....................can these be used as part of the foundations of a property?
Now Dennis my cooking is not that bad lol. What we had for morning tea was lovely and solft so I would not suggest using them as foundations of a propety. Maybe if I had used the wholemeal flour it may have been a different story. I would stick to bean on toast as well if I was you. I have never given Brandy Snaps a try. But they are nice when made in the correct way. LOL Shirley
Many moons ago, when I was young, handsome and single (ah, memories) I put my culinary skills to the test having seen a recipe for brandy snaps.
Now in those days I was partial to Fray Bentos steak and kidney pie which you could buy in tins. This was very useful because the manufacturers recommended that you could re-use the tin as a baking tray, etc., following thorough washing.
So, having made my mixture, which I have to say smelled delicious, I placed my rolled brandy snaps onto the recycled tin and popped it in the oven. The result was visual perfection. The taste?.....................well, how can I describe it...............the first flavour to hit the palate was undoubtedly brandy snaps...................but quickly followed by the overpowering taste of................steak and kidney!!
I have since become quite an expert in baked beans on toast!!
Eeeeuuuu...this sounds like doity thocks. Your culinary skills are more advanced then husbands, he can't even boil water! :P
Hope you enjoyed the Steak and Kidney Pie.
OK Shirley now I have a can what do I do next lol, yes please share the recipe, ~hugs~
I am keeping you all in suspense. Just save up a few more tins Hugs Shirley
ok what is the correct size of tin that we need
I've never tried anything like this but am not apposed to the challenge...
I'll add my request for a chance at the recipe. They look quite lovely...I can't seem to locate my 'smell a vision and taste a vision' to try these.
I hope you will give them a try. They are easy to make and very nice to eat.
Oh my, they look so good!
it looks like the brown bread my mom used to buy in a can and we would put cream cheese on the slices. what does it taste like? i would love to have the recipe and give away steamed loaves at easter. sincerely, lynne
Start saving your tins. The recipe will be up later
Very interesting bread. Looks yummy. I love Jerrilyn's remark. Do not send a man to the grocery store. That is the absolute truth.
Yes yummy. My hubby always does the grocery shopping for me. He says someone must have put the wholemeal packet among the others. I beleive him.
These look delicious. Do hope you you share your recipe, I know some people don't like to but I always think it is a compliment when someone asks. I have never made steamed bread and look forward to trying something new.
I love to share recipe's This one was given to me by a friend who asked me to take her to the woollen mill years ago. She did not drive. She had made a batch before I picked her up, and we had some when returning with bags of wool. So she gave the recipe to me.
Your final result looks delicious. It is making me hungry and I will wait for the recipe.impatiently
Don't feel bad. I once cooked something (I thought was brown rice) and I think it must have been bird food because it was awfully gritty. Family quietly disposed of it in the sink and it later plugged up the waterline and made the dishwasher back up.
As we get older we seem to have more senior moments. But this was not my fault. They would have most likey been quite nice made with the wholemeal flour.
Very interesting and yummy looking.
Awesome can WE have the Recipe please???hugs carolyn
Later today. Hugs
These look absolutely delicious. My mother used to make bread in flowerpots.
I am not going to reply to this........................lol
good choice. Lol~
brings to mind images of bill and ben the flowerpot men...lol...soozie
I'll stick to the soup tins. Give the flower pots a miss. But I guess the bread was nice.
yes please please share the recipe. theses look so yummy
Hurry, now you have us all standing in line waiting on the recipe.☺
I will have to keep you waiting a little longer. Am making pickles at the moment. Have the cooking bug. Shirley
It looks yummy and now I want breakfast. I think it is unanimous. Recipe please.
Yes yummy. Recipe later
Yummo...I usually just make these in a loaf tin, but I love this look...very professional. One of our favourite goodies.
Thanks. Taste good as well.
Oh my Goodness Shirley, I used to make these all the time. I still have my tins. I just might fish out my recipes and tins and make some. Thanks for the reminder. xx
Glad to give you a reminder, It is a couple of years since I had made them also.
Yum Yum. I would LOVE to try the real recipe. Sharing it?
Will do later today.
A classic, Shirley!!
Take one cook, various required ingredients.......and a packet of wholemeal flour.
Sift wholemeal flour into the mixture - NOTE: 1. If the flour looks odd, just ignore it. 2. If the flour won't sift properly, get something with larger holes......either way, ignore it. 3. Give up with the sifting and mix flour in by hand.......ignore the grainy feel......if nothing else it will help remove any hard skin on your hands.
Start to doubt your culinary skills........................toss mixture into hazardous waste bin!
Order house lacky to the supermarket to buy more flour.
House lacky tries to be helpful and compares packet contents.
House lacky makes fatal mistake of asking a sensible question.
Cook desperately seeks an escape route from any blame (who was within 100 metres of shopping trolley at the time of purchase?).
Answer = House Lacky (aka DH).
Problem solved.....................House Lacky's fault.
Martha Stewart uses a whisk now for sifting. Put all your dry ingredients in a bowl then whisk.
I didn't know that you could be so cruel, Mrs. J...........lol
Oh Dennis, so good to see your humour back, thank you.
Dennis you bring laughter into my live.
m sooo glad dennis and his humor are in good spirits.!!!! we all missed that while you were out for awhile. sincerely, lynne
I absolutely love Jeanne R, she is such a hoot! Mr. Dennis, loved your recipe above. Thanks for the chuckle.
Jerrilyn this just made my day. :)
Dennis Ilove your recipe. I do not go to the supermarket with DH I leave that part of the weekly chores to him. He is more careful with the money than me. But I would buy the right items from the list though. lol
He just said " Any fool can make a mistake, but it takes a man to admit it "
Yum Date and walnut. Love these loaves cut thick spread with butter. Shirley my tastes buds are watering :)
Don't forget your diet!!
Having some for morning tea in about 5 minutes. Dennis we don't mention any doctors names when eating these.
Yummy. Love to have the receipe too.
Will do later today.
These look yummy! care to share the receipe
They are yummy. Having some for morning tea. Will put thew recipe up later today.
I was just watching a cooking show and they made a raison bread in a can, it was baked. I googled Steam Bread and this is one of the sites that came up, I would love your recipe. I remember my DM used to buy a date and nut loaf in a can .
mmmm Date and Nut loaf that brings back memories
You can use sultanas or raisions in these ones.
what a great idea to use the tins, and yes please give the recipe ! they look great!