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By French Tart on October 3, 2013
"These classic Scottish bread rolls are so easy to make - with only one kneading required. They are soft with a distinctive floured finish and are excellent for all manner of fillings, but especially bacon or cheese and salad. These baps are quite wide without much height, and they must only be baked for a maximum of 10 minutes in order to maintain..."
Prep Time: 2 hrs 20 mins
Total Time: 2 hrs 30 mins
By Perfect Pixie on December 15, 2011
By sugarpea on June 3, 2011
By French Tart on February 14, 2011
"This is my grandmother's recipe which I have adapted slightly - my Mum also makes this regularly! There is no fat, butter or oil in this lovely, moist Tea Bread, making it a treat that can be enjoyed on a regular basis. Feel free to use your favourite tea, I often make this with Earl Grey and Lapsang Souchong. Also make sure that the fruit soaks..."
Prep Time: 12 hrs
Total Time: 13 hrs
By French Tart on March 16, 2010
"These lovely little dinner or breakfast rolls are found everywhere in Belgium, and in most parts of France too. The last time I had them was a cosy Bed and Breakfast in Bruges, where they were served warm with fresh butter and boiled eggs for breakfast. They can vary in what type of flour is used, but they must always have the distinctive split, due..."
Ingredients: dried onion, olive oil...
Prep Time: 1 hrs 40 mins
Total Time: 2 hrs
By Rinjii Flower on July 23, 2008
"No machine needed. This recipe is yummy and very forgiving. It is a good bread to eat on its own or with cheese and wine. My friends and Family love it. Wonderful with a spinach dip. Perfect for hearty sandwiches."
Prep Time: 1 hrs 5 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 30 mins
By French Tart on November 3, 2007
"When I lived in Germany I loved all the different types of breads that were on offer; so many different textures and flavours - lots of them with seeds, onions, cheese and grains. This has to be my all time favourite however - a light and slightly chewy sourdough rye bread with caraway seeds - the very essence of traditional German flavours! This bread..."
Prep Time: 12 hrs
Total Time: 15 hrs
By Capncrunch on June 19, 2004