Australian Damper Bread was a staple of the early Australian settlers The bread is called Damper because the fire is damped to allow the bread to be cooked over hot coals. Australian Damper Bread Recipe Ingredients \t1 pkg yeast \t1\/4 cup warm water \t2 tablespoon sugar \t3 cups flour \t1 teaspoon salt \t1 tablespoon baking powder \t1 cup buttermilk \t1\/4 cup melted butter Instructions ~ Pre heat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C) ~ Dissolve yeast in warm water and add sugar Mix dry ingredients Add butter and mix Add the rest of the ingredients and mix Kneed and let rise in bowl Turn the dough on a lightly floured surface, kneed again Shape into loaf, place in pan and let rise Bake in oven 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for around 30 minutes Enjoy! The rainbow lorikeet of Australia Travel the world Recipes ~ Australian Damper Bread If you have come from my website, http:\/\/www.pilgrimtraveler.com Twitter, https:\/\/twitter.com\/KarenGentry99 Facebook, http:\/\/facebook.com\/karenspassport "Join the cooking adventure and be inspired." - Karen Gentry @pilgrimtraveler Blessings from PilgrimTraveler! © 2016 PilgrimTraveler. All Rights Reserved.