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Hasselback Garlic Cheesy Bread
This is so simple to make and smelled so delicious as it baked!
We ripped apart and ate this bread with a little bit of butter – it was delish! It’s easy to make as there is no yeast required or kneading involved. 100g chopped frozen spinach, thawed 2 cups self raising flour 3 teaspoons chopped thyme 1 cup grated parmesan 150g feta, crumbed 3/4 cup milk
When I moved to the midwest I was introduced to Crock Pot cooking. I had never even seen a slow cooker before and had no idea the range of foods that could be created in a plug-in cooking pot.
As I promised yesterday , here’s a wonderful way to use up any leftover artichokes and hearts of palm you may have from a salad, or you can just go right ahead and use a whole fresh can or bag of artichoke hearts just for this – it’s worth it! I’m so in love with artichoke hearts, I could eat them on everything (but don’t worry, this is the last artichoke recipe. For at least a few days – beyond that I can’t make any promises).
I must begin by saying where the recipe originated, if in fact it originated anywhere...really. I think bread has been baked for centuries using flour, salt, water, and yeast or other form of leavening. As far as I know the recipe for "No-Knead" bread dough was printed in the New York times.
In the dedication of The Sweet Melissa Baking Book , Melissa Murphy candidly writes, “To my mom, who has been with me to hold my hand every step of the way.” With a phenomenal mom, who has dedicated her life to nurturing, loving, and supporting her daughters, I am blessed to say that I share Melissa’s sentiment wholeheartedly.
I had a couple of dark bananas sitting on my counter and decided on making something a little different than my usual banana bread.
Making homemade bread is on my bucket list. I’m not there yet, but I’ve been making fresh pasta and pizza crust for a while, and now I can add naan to bread-like things I’ve made on my own. By using a (simple) sourdough starter, this naan recipe brings me so much closer to my eventual goal of baking a crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, loaf of delicious bread in my dutch oven.
Originally submitted by Larry and modified by Kaboose.com
Let me get one thing out of the way here. I’m not one of those people that bakes homemade bread every week.