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Soft Pretzels « The Candid Appetite. Rustic Italian Bread. Posted on September 21, 2011 I never thought I could make my own bread until I inherited this recipe. It’s pure and simple and all you need is the ingredients, a bowl and a fork along with an oven to bake in. For some reason I believed I would need all sorts of tools, machines, and special ingredients like “malt” to make it happen but then Flavia shared her basic rustic bread recipe with me. It can be used with different types of flours like oat, wheat, and of course all-purpose.

Note: I like to use the Italian Flour Tipo 00 as my basic white flour instead of all-purpose. I bake bread 2 -3 times a week because of how ridiculously simple this recipe is. No fancy bread machine, no electric mixer. Homemade Pita Pocket Bread. 1.

Homemade Pita Pocket Bread

In a large bowl, combine first 4 ingredients. Add 1 cup of the flour, along with the yeast, and stir to mix. Add remaining flour and knead to make a soft dough. (Add additional flour if necessary during kneading.) Alternately, if you have a bread machine, you can put the ingredients in the pan in the order listed and use the dough cycle. Pita Bread. Pita bread is a great bread for beginning bakers or for making with kids.

Pita Bread

The entire process of making them only takes about two hours too, so it is also a great one for people on a tight schedule. Flat breads can be made in dozens of different ways. They can be made from grains other than wheat, such as corn in corn tortillas. They can be made with no leavening, such as matzo or flour tortillas, with chemical leavening (baking soda or baking powder) such as pancakes or crepes, or with yeast, such as naan or pita bread. They can also be made from a starter. Anyone who grew up in a household where flat breads are an essential part of every meal knows will attest that they are a hundred times better when baked fresh than when bought from the store wrapped in plastic and already two or three days old.

Cinnamon Rolls

Herbed Turkey Meatballs and Cranberry Barbeque Sauce Recipe. Herbed Turkey Meatballs with a Cranberry Barbecue Sauce Makes 16-20 Ingredients:meatballs:1 pound ground turkey1/3 cup oats1 egg, lightly beaten1 garlic clove, minced2 tablespoons Worchestershire sauce2 tablespoons sage, minced1 tablespoon rosemary, minced1 tablespoon thyme, minced1 tablespoon chives, thinly slicedsalt and pepper to tastecranberry bbq sauce:12 ounces cranberries½ cup orange juice¼ cup molasses3 tablespoons honey2 tablespoons light brown sugar2 chipotle peppers in adobo1/2 cup ketchup2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar¾ teaspoon cinnamon Directions: 1.

Herbed Turkey Meatballs and Cranberry Barbeque Sauce Recipe

Preheat oven to 375°F. 2. Place all ingredients for the turkey meatballs in a large mixing bowl and mix together until just combined. Season with salt and pepper. 3. **Note: Sometimes I like to saute 1/2 yellow onion (diced), a clove of garlic (minced), 1 tablespoon thyme (minced) and 1/4 cup dried cranberries to the bbq sauce before adding the fresh cranberries, sugars etc.

Crispy grissini gris. The Pastry Affair - Home - Garlic Parmesan Pull-Apart&Bread - StumbleUpon. I once made the driest pancake in the world.

The Pastry Affair - Home - Garlic Parmesan Pull-Apart&Bread - StumbleUpon

I can see you sitting at home, staring at your computer screen, and scoffing at my bold statement. Driest pancake in the world? Yeah, right. How would you even know? But this is the truth, my friends. Let me share my story with you. A few years back, I made chocolate chip pancakes. Quickly flash to the next morning. Sprinkled with Flour: Cherry Crunch Coffee Cake. Handcraft cracker and grissini breadsticks! Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread — Joy the Baker - StumbleUpon. I’m sorry.

Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread — Joy the Baker - StumbleUpon

I know it’s Monday morning and you probably came here for some pretty pictures of food that you could glance at, and then move on with your day… and here I go thrusting warm, soft cinnamon sugar bread in your face. It’s not fair. I know it’s not fair. Winter Breads from Casa de Cuisine: French Sour Cream Wheat Bread - National... When most people think of breads from France they automatically think French Bread (Pain Francais).

Winter Breads from Casa de Cuisine: French Sour Cream Wheat Bread - National...

Logical thought process considering it is one of the most popular breads in the world. When you live in France (or in my case go to school there), you still gorge yourself on French Bread but your mouth also enjoys the other greats breads from this culinary capital, including this outstanding version of whole wheat bread, French Sour Cream Wheat Bread. As you can tell from the picture, this bread not only has a wonderful texture but a very dark nutty crust. This is a perfect bread for any sandwich with a creamy base (crab salad on this bread is simply unbelievable). As someone who loves whole grain breads, this one is defintely one of my top favorites. This is a very simple bread to make at home and perfect for your holiday table! From the kitchen at Casa de Cuisine to your winter kitchen, I hope you enjoy this slice baking wonderment from France! Bread and Butter. Sometimes life feels like layers of complications.

Bread and Butter

Like taxes and traffic and cavities and getting laid off are all piled high into one smelly sandwich that you’re supposed to eat for lunch. Really…?