Yield: 10 Servings
|½ cup||Unsalted butter -- room|
|½ cup||Jack Daniels|
|\N \N||Blend in remaining:|
|½ teaspoon||Baking powder|
|2 cups||Flour -- generous|
|½ cup||Nuts, raisins, currants|
|\N \N||Or whatever -- (opt.)|
Bake 60-90 minutes (big span I know, I usually take it out at 75 min.) in a loaf pan. It will rise up and brown, the top will crack. The alcohol evaporates of course, so you're left with this great nutty sweet flavor. I slice the loaf lengthwise then across to get little servings. It's rich. I have used other brands, but I'm told JD is truly best. Not being a bourbon/whisky drinker, I take someone elses word for it. Enjoy! Posted by Donna SS. "I found this recipe about 15 years ago. I make this for all pot-lucks and gatherings. Everyone has always been amazed and impressed.
It's easy and the taste is fabulous.
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