It’s not a boule, it’s not a baguette. It’s a bastard.
Soft and fluffy like a pillow. Prepare the dough in the evening and enjoy the best brioche ever for breakfast, brunch or as a snack.
Easy granola recipe with a variety of nuts, seeds and dried fruit.
It is quite amazing how the French create a variety of breads with only flour, yeast, water and their famous art of folding and shaping – called „le faconnage“ – which gives each bread its unique texture and taste. My basic recipe for a traditional French bread is very easy to make. If you want […]
They are not only beautiful to look at, but they also taste amazing. You can vary the recipe and enhance the flavor by using extra virgin olive or pumpkin seed oil instead of neutral vegetable oil.
Three years ago I started my blogging adventure with a recipe for a simple wheat bread baked in a pot. Click here to get that recipe. 124 recipes later I would like to share with you another version of this timeless classic. This time around your bread will mature longer, with less yeast for an even […]
As thin and delicious as their French cousins. Polish naleśniki are culinary allrounders and can be served with either sweet or savory fillings. Filled and rolled they can also be baked or coated with breadcrumbs and fried. The batter is very easy to make; simply combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl and whisk into […]
If you tried and liked my buttermilk bread you will also enjoy this amazing loaf; a plain wheat bread, refined with yogurt for extra flavor and freshness. Use only plain yogurt, best if whole milk. Greek yogurt is not suitable for this recipe.
The French name: brioche à tête refers to its shape (tête means head). The classic brioche is baked in a traditional round, fluted mold with a small “head” on top. It’s often simply called Brioche Parisienne. For best results please use European style butter, like Plugrá, Finlandia or Kerrygold.
Richer than a simple wheat bread but not as sweet as a brioche. I reserve this bread for weekend breakfasts with the family. Butter, strawberry jam or Nutella are my favorite spreads on the Sunday Bread.