Saturday, 29 July 2017

Beer Bread and Cheesy Beer Dip with Krombacher

Readers, you may have seen my other recipe post the other week for Krombacher, featuring fried chicken and mini steak pies – perfect snacks for summer gatherings in the garden.

This is my second recipe post for Krombacher Low Alcohol Beers and today I’m teaching you all how to make homemade bread with beer and a delicious gooey, cheesy, chorizo dip to dunk the bread in.  Set aside a few hours to do this, as the bread needs proving time, but it’s so worth it.

Both of these have been made with the Krombacher Low Alcohol range - perfect for those avoiding the booze!
krombacher beer bread


1 supermarket pre mix bread bag – I used a Sainsbury’s Multiseed Loaf Kit
1 bottle Krombacher Pils

Beer Chorizo Dip
1 tablespoon butter
1 packed diced chorizo
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
4oz cream cheese
½ Bottle Krombacher
½ teaspoon garlic granules
2 handfuls grated cheddar or mozzarella
6 drops Worcestershire Sauce


  1. Start by making the bread according to pack instructions.
  2. Instead of using water according to the pack, swap this for the same amount of Krombacher beer.
  3. Mix according to instruction, then set aside to prove.  Bake according to pack instructions.
  4. Serve warm, from the oven, cut into chunky squares to dip.
krombacher beer bread and dip


  1. Preheat the oven to 180c (fan oven).
  2. Add butter to the pan over a medium heat on the hob.  Add the chorizo and fry.  Add the cream cheese, mustard and half a bottle of beer.  Stir until cheese is melted. Once melted down and mixed together, remove from heat and add in the grated cheese and Worcester sauce.
  3. Grease a cheese baking dish (Camembert baker type dish is fine) – you may need two depending on the amount of mix. Transfer the mix to the dish(es).
  4. Bake each dish for around 20 minutes, until the cheese is bubbling and there is a crust on top.  
  5. Serve hot from the oven with the freshly made bread.

Disclaimer: this post is sponsored by Krombacher Low Alcohol Beer. 

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