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    24 Reviews |  By Vina

    I have always loved Olive Garden's Pomodoro. This is what I came up with when I experimented at home. This does not heat up your kitchen and is a light supper dish for those hot summer evenings. If you like spice, add some crushed red pepper flakes to taste. Just don't use anything but the freshest ingredients--you'll end up with something that tastes pasty/chemical/bitter/etc.

    Recipe #70032

    Amazing flavor and so easy to make! This is a sweet bread similar to banana bread in texture. Serve warm with cinnamon butter or cream cheese. Make it plain or add craisins, dates, nuts, or let your imagine go wild. If you are not weighing the flour besure to spoon the flour into the measuring cup; it's important to have the correct amount of flour otherwise you'll be disappointed! Original recipe was found on Simply Recipes, however I've made a few adjustments!

    Recipe #417703

    These rolls are so easy to make and tasty too! Original recipe comes from thepioneerwoman.com however I've converted it to use instant yeast. If using regular yeast, increase by 25%. To obtain less sweet rolls, I reduce the sugar slightly.

    Recipe #433922

    GREAT BREAD and it's so simple to make . . . just takes some advance planning. Note that the time to prepare includes rising/fermenting time. The only special equipment needed is a large covered pot to bake the bread in. I've tried several methods to bake; both cast-iron and cast-aluminum 4 qt. dutch ovens as well as used my Romertopf Clay Baker and the results were magnificent. Another great Cook's Illustrated recipe!

    Recipe #303928

    This rich oilive oil dough can be used to make a variety of flatbreads, pizza, calzones, lavash, naan and focaccia. Mix enough dough for several loaves and store in the refrigerator for up to 12 days. The fruitier the olive oil the better the flavor. This recipe come from the Artesian Bread in Five Minutes a Day cookbook. Use this dough to make: Recipe #310451 or Recipe #388861 or Recipe #387527 or Recipe #387678 or how about Recipe #387780. UPDATE 9/09: used this crust to make a Recipe #363140 on the grill Recipe #322248 and it was fantastic! NOTE: Best made with white flour, however if you must substitute whole wheat, only replace half, or use Recipe #317560

    Recipe #387518

    First, don't let the long list of instructions turn you away . . . it's very simple! This is my version of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day (by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois), a revolutionary approach to bread baking. Actually it's a combination of Five Minute Bread and Cook's Illustrated Recipe #290761. Perfect answer to a busy life . . mix once and store in the refrigerator. (See list below of other uses for this recipe). When you're ready to bake take out the amount of pre-mixed dough needed and store the rest in the refrigerator for up to 10 days. The flavor will be similar to sourdough, developing more intensely over the days of storage. Preparation time indicated does not include pre-fermentation time, which can vary from 3 hours to 10 days. Special equipment needed: Large (5 - 6 qt.) plastic container with lid (not air tight) and a baking stone or a 5 qt. dutch oven (depending on your choice of baking methods). I've found that it's best to line a basket or bowl with parchment paper; let the bread rise, and then back in a preheated dutch oven. Note that the beer used in this recipe must be a lager; DO NOT USE AN ALE as they use a different type of fermentation. Do not use glass jars with screw tops (they could explode from the trapped gases).Lidded plastic buckets designed for dough storage are readily available -- I purchased mine through King Arthur Flour. Other ideas for use: Pita Bread: Recipe #310219 Lavash: Recipe #310451 Baguette: Recipe #317472

    Recipe #309834

    The following are the baking instruction to be used to make Naan using the dough made with Recipe #309834 or my favorite, Recipe #387518. No oven needed here; this delicious and buttery Indian flatbread is done in a hot, cast-iron skillet. Perfect for camping or in my small boat galley. This recipe makes one naan 8 - 9" naan.. Note that this is the baking instructions only! Refer to the dough recipe for the rising time required for the dough!!!

    Recipe #387678

    The following is the baking instructions to make lavash using the dough made with Recipe #309834 or Recipe #387518. Now you can make your own lavash, whenever you need it! The only special equipment needed is a baking stone. Recipe #309834 recipe will make four pounds of dough--the recipe below will use approximately 1/2 pound of the dough. There are a variety of topping that can be put on the Lavash, including caraway seeds, paprika, pretzel salt, fennel. Go ahead and experiment!

    Recipe #310451

    A great appetizer and easy to make using Recipe #303928 for the dough.

    Recipe #396158

    These pizza rolls are made with the dough made with Recipe #387518. I've given a couple different fillings, however the recipe can easily be modified to fit your family's taste. Great for lunches!

    Recipe #388861

    NOTE: The following are the baking instruction to be used to make focaccia with Recipe #387518. The ultimate Tuscan hor d'oeuvre or serve with soup, salad or pasta. The key to sucess is to go light on the onions; If you completely cover the surface with onions the focaccia will not brown properly.

    Recipe #387527

    Easy to make and great tasting too! Another great recipe from the Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day cookbook.

    Recipe #379974

    The following is the baking instructions to make pitas using the dough made with Recipe #309834. Now you can make delicious fresh pitas whenever you need them . . . perfect solution for a small family! The only special equipment needed is a baking stone. The Master recipe will make four pounds of dough . . . the recipe below will use 1 pound of dough, making 4 pitas.

    Recipe #310219

    Update: This bread is not suitable for sandwiches, it's perfect for those that like the crust of an artisian bread, and because of the wet dough besure to place in a bowl or pan to help shape the loaf. After Mark Bittman's feature in the New York Times (November 8, 2006) on Jim Lahey's no-knead bread, I started the search for a sourdough method. I think Breadtopia has the best. The use of parchment paper or proofing baskets makes it very simple. See Recipe #290761. I've found it best to proof the starter in the morning (8-10 hours), then make the sponge in the evening, allowing it to sit out overnight (15 - 18 hours) and then baking it the next day. Cooking time indicated does not include proofing time needed. NOTE: Even though it's recommended to use a La Cloche or a 6-8 quart dutch oven I've been baking my boule in a 4 qt. cast aluminum dutch oven.

    Recipe #277860

    This bread makes wonderful sandwiches -- from a simple panini with sliced green apples and brie, to a sandwich stacked high with turkey (and cranberry mustard or relish) . . . YUM! Another great recipe for no-knead bread . . . they're so easy to make, just requires some advance planning. Recipes comes from King Arthur flour, with a slight variation. As with other no-knead breads, a cast-iron dutch oven or a covered stoneware baker is needed to achieve the best crust. Time indicated does not include fermentation.

    Recipe #317665

    This is my version of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day (by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois), a revolutionary approach to bread baking. Actually it's a combination of Five Minute Bread and Cook's Illustrated Almost No-Knead Bread 2.0. Perfect answer to a busy life . . . mix once and store in the refrigerator and use within 5 days. The addition of beer and vinegar gives the bread a 'sourdough' like taste. If you prefer, water may be substituted for the beer and the vinegar omitted. The bread can be baked in a traditional bread pan, or it can baked using a cast-iron dutch oven, see Recipe #290761. Makes three 1-1/2 pound loaves. Preparation time does not include fermentation time.

    Recipe #317560

    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.

    Recipe #388951

    Broa is a very rustic recipe from Portugal and bears little resemblence to American southern corn bread. It's a very dense loaf that's perfect for sopping up hearty soups. Another great recipe from Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day cookbook.

    Recipe #379978

    Another great version of Cook's Illustrated Almost No-Knead Bread. Makes an unbelievable loaf of bread! An enameled cast-iron Dutch oven with a tight-fitting lid yields best results, but the recipe also works in a regular cast-iron Dutch oven or heavy stockpot. Because of the high temperature required besure the pot (and lid) can handle the heat. You may have to improvise a new handle on the lid. I've also used my Romertofp clay baker and had wonderful results. This bread is so good, I'm tempted to invest in a La Cloche.

    Recipe #303913

    This is an adaption of one of my Recipe #248237 to use Sullivan Street Bakery's no-knead method of making bread. It's amazingly easy and oh so tasty! The only special equipment needed is a 4 quart cast-iron or cast-aluminum dutch oven. See note at bottom before staring.

    Recipe #263992

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