Light and crispy, that about says it all. I love cornmeal griddle cakes and have been attempting to adapt them to sourdough waffles. This works quite well. Serve with fresh blueberries, maple syrup or jam. This recipe makes quite a few; however, they freeze well and can be reheated in a toaster oven for a quick weekday breakfast.
I found the original version of this recipe in the Betty Crocker Bread Cookbook about 25-30 years ago and have pretty much given up on making my own sourdough, since this is a good as all but the very best sourdough breads around. Cooking time includes rising time.
Yes, I know that there are already recipes for potato bread on Zaar, but couldn't find one like this one! This is a good crusty loaf with a soft centre making it perfect for sandwiches. We don't buy any bread, so I rely heavily on good bread recipes-this one we like a lot! Tip: if you are using leftover mashed potato that has had milk and or butter added, you may need to reduce the liquid a little.
I don't remember where I got this recipe but it is so good. I get asked to make these and they are always gone fast. You could sprinkle chopped nuts on top of the icing if you wanted. The icing would also be good on a cake.
Cool weather is coming & I adore a fresh bear claw with a steaming hot cup of coffee. When I came across this recipe I had to save it. From the Wichita Eagle, this blue ribbon winner at the Kansas State Fair was the winner of the Fleischmann's Yeast "Bake for the Cure" Contest. It was created by Laura McReynolds of Hutchinson, KS. The prep time includes chilling & risings so it is not as labor intensive as the time suggests.
Just like the glaze you get on doughnuts at the bakeries and doughnut shops! Use food colouring to create different colours, then top with chocolate sprinkles or anything you desire, just make certain to sprinkle with the toppings before the glaze hardens. This will cover about 10-12 doughnuts. Purchase already-baked doughnuts from the bakery and glaze yourself if desired!
I saw Nick Stellino make this dough and use it to make four calzones. It will also make two pizzas. I've done both and they turn out wonderfully! My key to a great pizza is to slice everything VERY thin and to not pile it on too thick. Our usual pizza is feta, garlic, freshly grated parm, fresh spinach, toasted pine nuts, tomatoes, mushrooms, mozzarella, a drizzle of olive oil and salt and pepper. I highly recommend it!
This is from Bon Appétit's October 2007 issue. I made this for a tea party, everyone loved it. Don't let the long list fool you, it's really not that complicated to make and it turns out beautiful--it will really impress your friends. Hint: you will need to let the dough rise, plan to make this a day ahead, or plan other activities to do in the house while it rises.
Strikingly beautiful rolls with a wonderful crusty toasted hard cheese and herb topping. Wonderful for special meals, guests or just for that extra special touch. Parmigiano-Reggiano, Asiago and Romano cheese can be used for this recipe. If you have to, you can sub dried herbs for the fresh, although the fresh herbs are worth the trip to the market. Make Ahead: The unbaked rolls can be refrigerated overnight, then brought to room temperature the next day and let rise (loosely covered) for 2 hours, then baked. The rolls can also be baked earlier in the day and then reheated just before serving.
This lovely golden Savory bread is made using Pumpkin but butternut, sweet potato, or any hard cooked squash can be used. Canned or fresh cooked.
It's very lightly flavored with cinnamon and ginger. Receiving it's beautiful golden color from the squash, the saffron and turmeric. You can use saffron and or turmeric.
Friends that were recently in New Orleans gave me this recipe credited to "Cajun Tours". They said these beignets were delicious. I have not made them but if my friends said they are good then they are!I have no idea how many this recipe makes but it is quite a few