These tasty rolls started with some yogurt that was close to expiration date. I decided to use it in the form of a yeast dough, which I enriched with oats, semolina and olive oil. To make it even more nutritious and interesting, I decided to roll the dough in sesame seeds. The seeds added another layer of texture and a nice nutty flavor. Continue reading
Tuna salad is too often a boring and heavy blend of canned tuna, mixed with too much mayonnaise, a bit of celery and not much else.
The version I have for you here is tastier and healthier: Continue reading
This tasty bread is very easy to make: it only requires a bit of mixing – and waiting in between. If you have a day around the house, this is the project to choose. Continue reading
If you get up in the morning and feel like having some fresh bread that doesn’t require lots of work, these quick “all in one bowl” savory muffins are the answer. Continue reading
The following special bread came to mind when I was planning to bake a variation of Soda Bread. Continue reading
This tasty, summery focaccia comes from Tuscany, and is believed to have Etruscan origins.
From the first time I’ve tried this unique bread, I loved how the taste of the sweet and slightly acidic grapes, combined with the saltiness of the bread and the wonderful aroma from the rosemary, were just perfect together. Continue reading
Once again I’ve been experimenting with baking with different types of flour. This time I combined quite a few of them, to create these very tasty breads. The texture came out incredibly multi-layered, where each type of flour brought a unique one. Continue reading
Scones are such tasty and easy to make pastries, that whenever I bake them, I’m surprised I don’t bake them more often. These crumbly and not too sweet mini cakes, are wonderful when served fresh from the oven, with butter and jam. Continue reading
I have a weakness for cornbread. The crumbly texture, the salty yet somewhat sweet flavor, the fact it is so versatile – all these make cornbread one of my favorite breads. There are plenty of recipes for cornbread, including on this blog, however, I think you’ll agree there is always room for one more.
This wonderful, aromatic and tasty bread started with a failure… Continue reading