Durban North baker shares her bread recipe


A DURBAN North home baker spreads love amidst all the chaos by sharing her quick, easy and delicious bread recipe.

As Durban and the entire province have been looted of groceries, basic necessities and supplies, residents of Durban North are on the hunt for bread recipes as this staple is seemingly nowhere to be found.

Talk to Northglen News, said Jocelyn Cunningham in times of crisis, it is about working together.

“These are desperate times so I just wanted to help our community by sharing this easy four ingredient bread recipe. What’s really fantastic about this recipe is that you don’t need the yeast. These four ingredients are likely to be found in almost anyone’s kitchen, ”Cunningham said.

With the current shortage of fresh bread in our stores, Jocelyn Cunningham of Durban North shares her four ingredient simple bread recipe.

She encouraged those who could to bake extra bread for a friend or neighbor.

“If you have enough ingredients, why not bake a loaf or two for those who need it?” Let’s spread some love, ”she said.

“I cooked this one with water because I don’t have any milk and it was amazing,” Cunningham added.

(no yeast or bread flour)


500g of flour

2 teaspoons of baking powder

3 teaspoons of sugar

310 ml of water / milk with 30 g of melted butter or oil


1. Heat the oven to 210 ° C evenly – no fan.

2. Mix the dry ingredients. Stir in the milk water with a fork until a paste forms.

3. Turn the dough over on a floured work surface and knead briefly until the dough has a uniform consistency.

4. Shape the dough into a round disc about 3 cm thick. Mark the top deeply with an X. Brush the top with a little melted butter if you have it.

5. Place on a lined baking sheet and bake for about 35 minutes until light brown.

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