Browsing All Posts filed under »Breads«

Brioche Balls

February 19, 2014

23

Buttery brioche bites.

Simple Bread and Butter Pudding

January 20, 2014

15

I toyed with adding any number of random things to sex up this recipe, but this is how I remember it, so this is how it stays.

This is how we roll

November 17, 2013

29

A batch of soft rolls that you can get into your face in less than an hour.

Overnight Oatcakes

August 18, 2013

41

I've been eating oatcakes all my life. It's only recently that I started to make my own.

Corn Tortillas

March 15, 2013

21

Preparing corn tortillas is a family affair, George is particularly good at shaping and pressing them, whilst I do the griddling. Ed is usually on chopping and beer opening detail.

Hot Soft Pretzels

February 16, 2013

31

Hot, soft, buttery, cinnamon sugar-coated pretzels - twisted and dipped by George.

Apple and Salted Caramel Focaccia

September 5, 2012

18

It's focaccia, but not as we know it.

Espresso buns

May 29, 2012

23

With each coffee choc chip spirals you get a hit of smooth coffee flavour, the toothsome bite of fresh baked dough plus a sweet sticky mess of icing that gets all over your fingers. Espresso Rolls : Perfect for elevenses.

Fruity Breakfast Loaf

May 27, 2012

5

We do like a fruity loaf. I made up this recipe on the hoof but it worked out just right for Sunday breakfast.

See my bagels

February 2, 2012

35

Although there is generally a lot of baking on Things{we}make I am lucky that it is a joint venture and that Ed understands my need to show you my bagels. I like that he knows how to make a good-looking filling of pastrami, pea shoots and horseradish. It is most important that he will fill […]

Serendipity Rolls

January 21, 2012

14

These rolls were a surprise success. So much so that I have made them three times already. The dough includes cottage cheese, but it does not make them cheesy at all, it just seems to give a soft, smooth lightness and a good flavour. Today’s version was brushed with egg, sprinkled with golden linseed and […]

Reuben Sandwich

January 11, 2012

28

A self-imposed healthy eating plan over the last few months has put many foods out of our reach. Due to spending too much time watching Diners, Drive Ins and Dives we keep craving big dirty sandwiches like the ‘Reuben‘. Today we could stand it no longer so I tweeted the loaf and asked if they had baked any rye […]

Bun Round Up

October 29, 2011

20

Over the last month members of ‘Fresh From The Oven‘ have been baking my Cinnamon Bun recipe. The FFTO site now shows all the entrants here but I wanted to show you my pick of the bunch. I am delighted that so many people put their own slant on the recipe. After all that’s how recipes are developed […]

Hot Crosses and Big Buns

April 24, 2011

7

"24 BUNS! What am I going to do with 24 buns?" I asked myself. I didn't know the answer so I decided to make 8 chunky buns and a huge loaf sized one.

Layer Bread

March 28, 2011

16

I baked these layered rolls, based on a recipe from Richard Bertinet’s ‘Dough’ this morning. We had them for lunch, fresh from the oven, with mozzarella, avocado, tomatoes, pesto and rocket. They are very easy to make as there is no shaping, just some random cutting and stacking. I made two batches of dough to […]

My Polenta Bread

March 5, 2011

9

This loaf gives you a light, even textured, superbly flavoured bread with a 'not too crusty' crust that's good for toast or sandwiches and lasts for several days.

Khrushchev Dough

January 28, 2011

19

January’s Fresh From The Oven Challenge is Khrushchev Dough. Apparently this butter rich dough was the favourite bread recipe of the Russian leader Nikita Khrushchev. It was left up to us to decide how to shape and fill the bread. I rolled and stuffed some like Serbian Kiflice, tiny stuffed cheese rolls. I made one third with […]

Kiflice

November 28, 2010

23

The best way to introduce this post is to let the host of the November Fresh From The Oven Challenge tell you herself: Hi! I’m Maja (pronounced Maya) alias mamajac from Cooks and Bakes, I live in Belgrade, Serbia. I joined FFTO a year ago, and now I’m proud to host the November challenge. I decided […]

Chelsea Bunliness

October 28, 2010

10

If Wendy from Quirky Cookies wasn’t so lovely I would really be quite cross with her at the moment. Because I really don’t need this temptation. A sweet, doughy, baked delicious thing that I will now end up cooking regularly when really I should be doing other things. A thing that (as has been proven) […]

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