Monday, July 2, 2012

Kids in the kitchen - Link Up #21 - Roast and easy homemade bread


Linking with my good friend Carrie @YoungLivingOilLady to encourage families to get back to the table! 
Food made at home with the family is healthier and families spending time in the kitchen together is fabulous. 

This week from our house: 

Chuck Roast with veggies and homemade bread! 

Season a generous roast (left overs are yummy too) with sea salt, garlic, pepper and olive oil
Put one cup water in bottom of pan for juices - and put in 350 oven to cook for 1 1/2 hours 


Chop celery, onions, potatoes and carrots to add to roast (or cook potatoes separately and smash 'em)
Add chopped veggies to roast pan in juices and cover with foil - cook for another hour - hour and half. 


Easy Bread
Mix 3 cups non-bleached (whole grain if possible) flour in bowl with 2 tsp oil + 2 tsp active dry yeast + 2 tsp honey + 1 1/2 tsp salt + 3 tbs dry milk - 1 cup warm water-  roll in ball and place in greased bowl covered with towel to rise for 30 min - 1 hour - punch down & lay out on greased/ floured counter to knead for 5 - 10 times. Place in greased bread pan, covered on top of stove to rise for 15 minutes -
 cook in 300 oven- 16 min or desired crust color is reached (I turned down the roast and cooked together)



Enjoy with butter and your family! 


Grab the button below or from code on my side bar and link up your family favorite and kids in the kitchen posts! Kids are not necessary in the post - but we sure do think they are cute. Please be sure to link back here and to visit at least a few others who are joining. I can't get around to leave comments on all the posts- but I am doing my best - pinning and tweeting away! Y'all are a talented bunch - thanks for joining us! 




I'm linking with these fine blogs: Today's Creative Blog, Making Memories with Your Kids
                     
                               








6 comments:

Larri SeamsInspired said...

Mmm! I can almost smell the goodness of the roast and bread! Thanks for sharing. I linked up LittleGirl's bake sale today. Thanks for hosting. Happy Tuesday! :)

Bridget said...

Thanks for hosting! I'm a new follower from What's Coking in the Burbs. Have a great 4th of July!
Bridget

Lisa said...

I love how you include your children in every task in your kitchen. Awesome! :-) Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a wonderful holiday!

PrairieJenn said...

Looks delicious, as usual! Love to see your kiddos helping you so much in the kitchen:)

Kelli Becton said...

Thanks ladies for visiting and for linking up! God bless -

Heather Kinnaird said...

looks like you are having a wonderful 4th!