We really like foccacia bread and hate to always buy storemade with their prices. This is a quick & easy method to get homemade foccacia when time is short. You can tailor this recipe to your own tastes by changing the herbs, spices and seasonings. Add some chopped veggies for a different spin on it. I use a store-bought crust, such as Boboli. Can use large pizza crust, as desired.
This is a wonderful recipe for cheese bread, if you don't want to add in grated cheddar, add in small cubes of cheddar by hand after kneading. This can also be made on a stand mixer with a dough hook attached. If desired you can add in about 2 tablespoons room temperature Crisco shortening in with the yeast, warm water, sugar and salt, the bread will stay fresher longer and bake out with a softer texture.
I use my recipe#182417 that I prepare and shape into small balls and then store in my freezer, but frozen store-bought dinner rolls will work fine, the store-bought frozen bread rolls usually come 12 in a package, so you will need three pacakges for this recipe. Prep time includes rising time but does not include thawing the frozen rolls.
See recipe#78579 for greasing pan.
Yummy pull-apart bread that was part of a county fair baking competition. It is baked in an angel pan and is delicious sliced and toasted. Slice it thin and use it for sandwiches. I make a double batch and slice it and freeze it with 2 slices to a baggie. Then take it out and thaw it and toast it. It won't stay in our house.
Is it a vegetable side dish or is it corn bread? This recipe comes from The New American Diet Cookbook and is credited to having originated in eastern Oregon. It is deliciously different and goes well with stews, bean soup or chili.
These flavorful tortillas were used at the bakery for our breakfast burritos, which had scrambled eggs, cheese, salsa, fried potatoes, and sour cream. I also use them to make bean burritos, quesadillas, and as an accompaniment with a bowl of pinto beans.
Soccas are a garbanzo flour pizza-like flatbread from the Southeastern France. It is naturally and traditionally gluten-free and easy to make. They can be served with any kind of topping... Try it with Kalamata Tapenade ("Recipe #156988"), ratatouille, or sauteed vegetables and herbs. The best one I've ever had was topped with carmelized onions, black olives and anchovies. Adapted from a recipe by Mark Bittman of the New York Times. Gluten-free - Dairy-free - Kosher: Pareve. This recipe makes 1 large socca pancake, the diameter of a 10" cast iron pan. When sliced into quarters, it should serve 2 people as a main dish or 4 people as an appetizer.
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