My husband and I were watching an episode of Paul Hollywood’s City Bakes recently. It was based in San Francisco and showed a bakery that made THE MOST mouth watering breads, one of which was a stuffed focaccia.
It’s Easter – so I thought, why not make some hot cross buns. I’ve made them before, but not for a couple of years. I’d forgotten now good home made hot cross buns are. Who cares if the buns are not all the same size? Who cares if some are a little darker than others? Who cares if the crosses are not all straight? Not me, that’s for sure! Continue reading “Hot Cross Buns”
Ciabatta can be quite difficult to make, not least because it is a very wet dough. This recipe takes all of the hard work out of the kneading and, whilst it takes a bit of time, it’s well worth making it! I stuffed mine with olives and some sun dried tomatoes, but you can leave it plain, or perhaps use some onions. Continue reading “Ciabatta with olives and sun dried tomato”
I had originally planned to have a go at making red onion and chive bagels this weekend. But, there was some reduced at the supermarket. Instead I made this wonderful onion, chive and herb bloomer – YUM! Continue reading “Onion, chive and herb bloomer”
My hubby and I often have our date night at our local Prezzo (well where we live there isn’t that much choice). We do love it though, the staff are always very friendly and helpful and we can use our Tesco club card vouchers – Winner! We always have a couple of their flatbreads to share and I’ve finally managed to recreate them with this recipe! Continue reading “Herby Piadina (Italian flat breads)”
My hubby and I both love tear and share bread, especially if it’s got lashings of garlic butter on it. It’s so good with saucy dishes like chilli or spaghetti bologneise and whilst it’s not for the dieters, in my opinion, it’s well worth the calories! Continue reading “Terrific tear and share bread”