Tag: Bread

  • Quick Yeast Loaf Bread

    Quick Yeast Loaf Bread

    Great bread for making toast or sandwiches. It mixes easily without a mixer and rises quickly.

  • Banana-Walnut Yeast Bread

    I wanted to create a yeast bread that was flavored with bananas, filled with nuts and not too sweet. This hits the spot.

  • No-Knead Pizza Dough

    No-Knead Pizza Dough

    Measure the flour by weight: you can scale this recipe up. See the note at the end. In a bowl, measure 320g type “00” soft wheat flour scant 1½ tsp salt 1/16 to ⅛  tsp yeast Regarding the yeast, for a 6-pizza recipe, you need about ½ tsp yeast, so go easy and don’t worry […]

  • Portuguese Corn Bread

    Make a sponge by combining 1½ cups warm water, 2 heaping TBL dry yeast and 2 cups bread flour. Cover and let rise until doubled. Meanwhile, dissolve ⅓ cup corn starch into ⅓ cup cold water; use your fingers to be sure there are no lumps remaining. Combine with 1 cup boiling water in a […]

  • Shorter No-Knead Bread

    In large bowl, measure 8 cups flour, 2 TBL salt, ¾ tsp yeast. Stir to mix. Stir in about 3¾ cups water. Dough will be shaggy. Cover with plastic wrap and leave in warm place for 12-24 hours. Stir dough down and get lots of flour on its underside (many tricks, mine is just to […]

  • No-Knead Bread

    See Shorter No-Knead Bread and New York Seedy Bread recipes. Combine in a large-sized mixing bowl: 3 cups flour, 2 tsp salt and generous ¼ tsp yeast. Stir in 1½ cups tap water (any temperature) and stir. The mixture may look a bit shaggy. Let rise, in bowl covered with plastic wrap or a clean […]

  • Toaster Biscuits

    Toaster Biscuits

    In a medium-size bowl, mix 1 cup flour (or ½ cup flour and ½ cup cake flour) 1½ tsp baking powder ¼ tsp baking soda If you are making to serve with savory food, add ¼ tsp salt When the dry ingredients are combined, cut in 2½ TBL Crisco Then stir in ⅓ cup buttermilk […]

  • New York Seedy Bread

    New York Seedy Bread

    Combine 4 cups whole wheat flour 1 cup mixed seeds (I often use equal parts of sunflower, flax and sesame seeds or pumpkin seeds, but I tend to use whatever’s in the cupboard.) ¾ tsp yeast 1 TBL salt 1 TBL powdered rye sour (see note) or ⅓ cup rye sourdough starter Mix dry ingredients […]