Thursday, July 21, 2011

Review Part 3 | Easy Bakers Delight sourdough recipes and a giveaway!

The challenge was set...create delicious and easy recipes using only three ingredients plus Bakers Delight sourdough. Its amazing what you can come up with using very few ingredients. I don't think I'm ready to try out for Masterchef yet, but these recipes are so yummy and easy, even the kids will want to make them!

First up, the most important meal of the day...breakfast.  For this yummy starter, for each person you will need a handful of diced bacon and mushroom, one egg and one Bakers Delight authentic sourdough roll.  Preheat your oven to about 220c.  In a frying pan, brown the mushrooms and bacon.  Cut the top off the breadroll and scoop out the inside.  Place 3/4 of the bacon/mushroom mixture into the bottom of the bread, then crack an egg over the top. Bake in the oven until egg white is set...cook longer if you don't like runny yolks.  Top with the remaining bacon/mushroom mixture and serve. mmmmmm....

Looking for some lunch ideas? Try these fillings on a Bakers Delight authentic sourdough vienna loaf.
  • turkey, brie and cranberry sauce
  • roast beef, chutney and rocket
  • roast lamb, roasted sweet potato and caramelised onion
  • chicken, coleslaw and shredded lettuce
  • roast pork, apple sauce and swiss cheese
  • salami, baby spinach and chargrilled capsicum
  • curried egg, mayonnaise and mixed salad leaves
  • melted ham, gruyere and semi dried tomato...a classic with a twist
Sourdough toasts really well in a sandwich press as well...give it a go!

Next up, dinner.  This meal is so very simple, yet absolutely delicious. All you need is pasta, fresh prawns and your favourite pasta sauce...I picked one that was full of flavour with chilli, basil and garlic. To accompany these ingredients, grab a Bakers Delight authentic sourdough olive baguette.  Slice the baguette on the diagonal, approximately 1 inch thick.  Lightly drizzle with olive oil and place in a gridle pan (its the fancy lines that make it look extra special. lol).  Meanwhile cook your pasta as per the instructions, and saute your prawns until they are just pink. Add your pasta sauce to the prawns, stir and heat through.  Plate up your pasta, and top with prawns. Drizzle extra sauce around your plate and serve with toasted sourdough.  We like to dip the sourdough in the sauce or pile the prawns on top like bruschetta. Yummo!
Now, this recipe has way more than three ingredients, but its a family favourite.  We used the Bread and Butter pudding recipe found on the Bakers Delight website, but eliminated the brandy (the kids don't really fancy boozy desserts).
Are you salivating yet? I'm having trouble typing, I've made myself that hungry!

Thanks to Bakers Delight, I have two vouchers to giveaway! One for $15, and the other for $10.

To enter, leave a comment revealing what your favourite sandwich filling is.

Entries close midnight, 5 August 2011 and the winner will be chosen at random.

For extra entries, become a follower of this blog and my fb page. Share the news of this giveaway on twitter, facebook and/or your own blog! Make sure you leave a separate comment if you do so. If tweeting, please use @heyLisaWarren so that I can keep track.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary Bakers Delight products for review purposes. No financial payment was offered nor accepted for this post. All opinions expressed are purely my own.

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