This fast and easy pizza dough is perfect for when you don't have time to wait for dough to prove or to play around with yeast. This recipe came from Kid Spot Kitchen. Notes: This quantity is suitable for one pizza. This makes a great base that you can use for so many other things such as cheese and bacon scrolls and garlic bread. If the dough seems a little wet when you mix it, just add a sprinkling more flour. The more you knead it the better it comes together. I thought in the beginning that there was no way this will work but as I kneaded it, the dough became pliable and stretchy.
Popular street food in Hong Kong. These are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Gai Daan Jai (Tsai) means Little Chicken Eggs. Other names include Puffe, Bubble Waffle, Eggettes, Egg Puffs and I am sure there are other names. Served for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Either served flat or rolled with fruit in the center. You must have a special egg waffle pan to make these. You can find a nice one at Williams Sonoma.
Entered for safe-keeping, from cookingclub.com. Baking powder biscuits scream "Southern". These are best served warm or directly from the oven. This version has LOTS of CRACKED PEPPER. Cracked black pepper can be purchased in the spice aisle. To crack your own, place whole peppercorns in heavy resealable plastic bag; seal bag, then pound with flat side of meat mallet until coarsely chopped.
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These are a delicious bundle of soft, light, mildly sweet rolls with a pineapple flavor. I made them for our Thanksgiving feast last week and they were a HUGE hit -- the best rolls I've ever made!
I have been making this bread for several years. Pair it with a bowl of homemade chili or soup and you have a wonderful meal for those cold winter days. This bread really is quick and easy and can easily be made by beginners.
A low carber's dream come true! I saw this on the "Today" show and was intrigued. This came from the "Taste of Home" website. I haven't made this yet, but definitely plan too! I'm guessing this is more like a polenta than a bread. Note cook time and servings are for the smaller version, not the loaf.
This recipe produces a sweet dough that contrasts perfectly with savory fillings. Empanada dough is less flaky than pie crust. it has a tender texture that soaks up the filling. This dough can be used for baked or fried empanandas.
Sourced from a weekend newspaper magazine - we have used the dough to make gozleme, but I think you could use it for just about anything! We have tried making this with potato flour for our gluten free friends - it doesn't work :(
I'm now 32 years old and I've never tasted/baked scones. But 2 weeks ago I made a recipe and loved it. So now I'm in search of great looking recipes for scones. And this one seems to be delish and also I love coconut. From the blog Heather's Dish
While searching the web looking for Schlotzsky's Sourdough Bread recipe I came across this on King Arthur's site. I think it's very close to the roll that they use on their original muffaletta sandwich. They are scrumptious and so easy to make! They're somewhere between a roll and an english muffin. Note that their direction require baking in english muffin rings (or similar).
This is from the Dec 2010/Jan 2011 Simple and Delicious magazine, submitted by Nancy Zimmerman of Cape May Courthouse, NJ. She writes "As special as Christmas morning itself, these fluffy pancakes are drop-dead gorgeous, ready in just minutes and brimming with sweet, tart and tangy flavor. Seconds anyone?" I have yet to try these, but hope to soon!