Here are the most incredible recipes for breads of all kinds. I am not a very experienced baker, but want to become the best that I can be! To me, there's something sensual about bread dough that you've made, just before you bake it. Several of you have helped me more than you'll ever know, and I thank you so much!
You know that bread they serve at Outback Steakhouse? Well, topsecretrecipes.com has got the recipe pretty close. If you want the exact color, you will have to use food coloring, but the taste is very good. Serve warm with whipped butter.
This is a recipe I found at King Arthur Flour site. Here is what they state about the recipe: This loaf, often known as Canadian Brown Bread, is dark and quite sweet, but pleasingly so; we love it with just a plain pat of butter. Time doesn't include 1 hour or more rising time.
Update 2/22/12 - I have now made this recipe and adjusted it according to what I did differently. This is now, an adapted version of King Arthur's recipe, as several of the reviews on their site had problems with the amount of liquid/flour ratio and I changed the type of cocoa and cut the amount of instant coffee.
This is the best recipe I have ever tried for Cuban bread. I lived in Key West, FL for a time and could get bread fresh in the bakery. When I moved back to SD it was NO WHERE!!!! I had to make my own. I found this recipe on the King Arthur website and have used it ever since.
This bread is a fast version of rustic bread. Moist and crispy!
If you don't have a baking stone, you can use a heavy metal mold.
Be careful by transferring the dough into the oven. The stone is very hot, you may need some help as the dough is very humid.
So easy yet sooo tasty! I especially like the fact that I can make whatever size loaf I need. Original recipe from Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day however, I've made some minor adjustments plus cut the recipe down to 2 one pound loaves.
This recipe is from the restaurant in Salt Lake City called Lion House Pantry. They are famous for their food, but especially for these rolls. They sell these rolls to take home for $6 dollars a dozen! These rolls are incredible and Lion House doesn't seem to mind to share their recipe with everyone. They have a new cookbook that just came out called "Lion House Classics".
This is a slight adaption of a recipe from Amy Dacyczyn's "The Complete Tightwad Gazette." We lived on this bread when my son was little as we could not afford to buy regular sliced bread. We often make 12 rolls instead of the 2 loaves. This is wonderful bread!
This all-rye bread, called matbrod or "food bread" in Sweden, is incredibly simple to make. The cumin seeds impart a unique but delicious flavour. You could use caraway seeds instead.
Recipe found in Canadian House and Home and is from Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid's Home Baking: The Artful Mix of Flour and Tradition Around the World (2003 Random House Canada).
This recipe can be doubled or tripled, depending on the amount you need. It is a great hostess gift, and is fantastic warm. It does crumble a bit when cut warm, but will slice beautifully the next day.
I had used different bread recipes over the years, and finally came up with my own. I use this recipe for everything... bread, buns, pizza, cinnamon buns, you name it. It turns out every time, and tastes great. My husband loves when I make dinner rolls with these sprinkled with quick oats or poppy seeds! This is my first time posting a recipe- I really hope someone else likes this easy home-made bread recipe as much as I do!
Found online in response to a request and now posted by request. The blurb that accompanied it read as follows: "The following came from a pamphlet of the same title I picked up in the baking supplies aisle of a Krogers in either Kalamazoo or Battle Creek about 25 years ago. I've used every variation and facet of the instructions and had nothing but success! My faves are the rye breads. Unlimited variety from these basic recipes!" I have not tried this recipe so times and servings are a guess-timate. A lot of directions but then... a LOT of variations to try.
I know there's a couple version out there . . . but this is as close to the real thing you can get! No food coloring here! I bake exclusively with instant yeast, however I've given directions for both. Original recipe is from Gloria Pitzer (queen of copycat) however I've made some minor changes! Time does not include rising time.
Plain white, simple sourdough bread. A great starter recipe to use if you are new to sourdough baking. The dough cycle of the bread machine can be used to prepare the dough, if you like. Prep time does not include proofing time for starter.
Bolillos next to the Tortilla is a staple to Mexico. Nearly every villiage has a Bakery and every bakery makes Bolillos, Fabulous for breakfast with a little butter and fresh fruit. Bolillos go stale quickly and are at their best right from the oven . Great for any meal where you want a crisp roll