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    7 Reviews |  By Alli46

    This is the most amazing naan bread that I have ever tasted. I can't believe how much better this tastes than takeaway naan. It is incredibly easy to make too.

    Recipe #446809

    Here is an excellent Sourdough Starter that you can use to add rich flavor to bread and rolls. This starter takes time to mature, but the taste is well worth the wait. Nothing beats the tang and chewy texture of sourdough bread, especially when it comes straight out of your own oven. From its firm crust to its soft interior, this bread is in a class of its own.

    Recipe #67075

    Sourdough is believed to have originated in Ancient Egyptian times around 1500 BC, and was likely the first form of leavening available to bakers. (UPDATE 05/29/2010: In order to avoid problems with mold, I've modified my recipe to follow the advise of Peter Reinhart (author of The Bread Baker's Apprentice) and recommend using pineapple juice the first two days of fermentation.) NOW, There are a few simple rules to follow when making your own sourdough starter. First, because it is a living organism, never use metal bowls, containers or spoons. When storing the starter, use only glass, crockery or plastic containters with a lid. The container size should be 3 times the volume of the ingredients (to allow expansion). Note: If the jar has a metal lid, poke a hole in the lid and put plastic wrap over the top of the containter. It's very important that it's 'home' be kept clean-- wash and sterilize the container periodically, and again, remember, no metal should ever touch the starter.

    Recipe #160135

    You can make your own wild yeast starter from scratch. The yeast is already on the grains you use in the starter. You just need to create the right conditions to wake them up! The pineapple juice may sound like a strange ingredient, but it is what makes this recipe work so well. The juice creates an acidic environment that prevents bad bacteria from taking over and causing spoilage during the fermentation period.

    Recipe #116648

    2 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    Good information from an allergy publication called "Sully's Living Without" the Spring 2002 issue.

    Recipe #51462

    4 Reviews |  By slb2008

    Making pita at home is simple and very tasty. I like that I could make the pitas smaller than the ones at the grocery. Watching them bake and puff up was really amazing. I found this recipe at www.bread-maker.net.

    Recipe #309638

    1 Reviews |  By whitan

    Green Pastures is a long-time favorite restaurant in Austin, Texas. Most of us only get to go there for a very special event; but you can make their rolls at home for an ordinary dinner in. I've had this recipe for years and years since I clipped it out of the Austin American-Statesman newspaper.

    Recipe #467068

    A close family friend made this for every potluck--it's easy for company, and they will be begging for the recipe. This is also good with fruit pie filling as a third layer. (Just use white sugar instead of cinnamon sugar!)

    Recipe #283608

    These buns are very sweet and delicious. This is a kid friendly recipe.

    Recipe #471426

    Simple to make. This bread is delicious! Try it!

    Recipe #471809

    An easy snack made with pastry puff. Try this recipe.

    Recipe #473652

    Delicious apple jam bread recipe – and so easy to make.

    Recipe #475623

    These croutons originally were part of a minestrone soup recipe. The soup was nothing to write home about and not a keeper but the croutons were to die for! I've doubled and quadrupled this recipe because my kids can eat these as if they were potato chips. It is truly scrumptious especially over a "good" soup or salad. This is a great way to use up stale bread.

    Recipe #496107

    Tasty muffins full of carrot, pineapple, and coconut with a tangy, spicy buttermilk glaze!

    Recipe #498309

    This is how I am currently making my white sourdough bread. I am constantly learning new techniques in order to perfect my bread so next year I may have a whole new approach. You can use up to 50% whole wheat flour, if you prefer.

    Recipe #131535

    Great sourdough bread that can be made in the bread machine with the dough cycle.

    Recipe #30704

    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.

    Recipe #34753

    A rustic, whole wheat version of Italian Bread. Posted for a request, but I haven't made it myself.

    Recipe #38746

    These are the absolute best dinner rolls. They are light and fluffy and buttery. The dough can also be shaped in many other ways, so use your imagination. Makes awesome cinnamon rolls too!

    Recipe #40983

    You can produce an authentic French loaf in your own kitchen. This really works! Adapted for the bread machine from a recipe found in "World Sourdoughs From Antiquity", by Ed Wood. Prep time includes proofing time for sourdough starter.

    Recipe #33085

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