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Pulla (Finnish Cardamom Bread)

Perfect for special mornings, gatherings, holidays or afternoon tea. Cozy and delicious! I love you. It will end. Leave something of sweetness and substance in the mouth of the world. Today is a very special day for me…it is what would be my mother’s 85th birthday. Pulla is a buttery Finnish sweet bread, scented with cardamom, perfect for special mornings, gatherings or afternoon tea. My Finnish mother used to make this on special occasions like birthdays and holidays or when guests would stay with us.

It smelled… happy. Several weeks ago, I stumbled over her old Pulla recipe, written partly in Finnish. She came from Finland, a beautiful country, both modern and old. In summer, the sun barely sets. In contrast, winters are extreme – long, dark and very cold. The Finnish have a word for this, it is called “sisu”. So they decided to move somewhere warm, where they could both speak English. How to make Star Bread! Feasting At Home. Homemade Corn Tortillas. Irish Soda Bread Baked Oatmeal. Soda bread is a wonderful treat for any time of the day.

Irish Soda Bread Baked Oatmeal

It’s best as a side with some soup, but it’s also lovely at breakfast! With jam or butter, it's a hearty start to the day, worlds better than a slice of toasted WonderBread. This baked oatmeal is different than others because it’s significantly less sweet. If you take a look at the recipe, you’ll notice there’s no sweetener involved. After all, it’s meant to replicate the taste of bread, and a very simple bread! Irish Soda Bread Baked Oatmeal [Vegan] Ingredients 1/3 cup milk of choice 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice 1/2 cup regular rolled oats 1/4 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon baking soda pinch of salt 1/8 cup raisins Preparation Preheat the oven to 350°F and spray a single-serving ramekin with non-stick spray.

Notes You can also added 1/3 cup pureed zucchini. Discover more recipes with these ingredients Oats Nutritional Information. Homemade flour tortilla recipe - a tasty low fat tortilla. What a treat!

Homemade flour tortilla recipe - a tasty low fat tortilla

Try our home made flour tortilla recipe to delight your family with fresh tortillas hot off the griddle. If you haven’t had homemade tortillas before and you try this recipe, you might not buy them from the grocery store anytime soon! Pretty much anything homemade tastes better than store bought and these are no exception. Our flour tortilla recipe is easy to make and relatively low in fat. Try these little gems the next time you make Mexican food.

Your kids will love them too. So try this flour tortilla recipe and see if your family and friends aren’t impressed with your homemade tortillas! Watch My “How To Make Tortillas” Video You can get your own Fabric Tortilla Oven here. Let’s get started and I will walk you through the process. Homemade Flour Tortilla Recipe Ingredients: 2 cups of white flour1 1/2 tsp. baking powder1 tsp. salt2 tsp. vegetable oil3/4 cup warm water. Six-seed Soda Bread Recipe. I finally had a chance to sit down this morning and sort through the pile of notes, menus, books, and magazines I brought back from my trip to Portland.

Six-seed Soda Bread Recipe

There is a loaf of six-seed soda bread baking in the oven, a slab of butter on the counter waiting for it. I was thinking I'd share some highlights (and a couple photos) from the trip to Oregon, write up the soda bread recipe for you, then give the pot of left-over soup waiting on the back burner the signal that it's time for lunch. If you find yourself planning a trip to Portland, you can have a look at some of the places I visited the last time I was there.

I revisited a few of those on this trip, and made it to a handful of new places as well. There are also lots of great suggestions from you all in the comments section. One of the highlights of the trip was getting outside Portland a bit. On the food front, I continue to love lunch at Clyde Common, and would go back there everyday if proximity permitted.