Combine the sugar, yeast and water. Stir to dissolve the yeast. Stir in the flour in small increments at a time. Stir in 1 ½ teaspoons of salt and the onion. Mix well, then knead on a lightly floured board…
Divide dough in half to make two rings, and roll out each to a 14×7 size. Brush with melted margarine. Combine chopped apples, sugar, pecans and cinnamon. Divide mixture in half and sprinkle over each piece of dough. Roll up…
This recipe requires patience – and not much more. It’s easy to make, requires no kneading and the reward for waiting lies between the tender layers in the lightest of dinner rolls. The method involves a long, slow, cold ferment of the dough. In bread making, this wait allows the gluten forming to calm down, relax and helps develop flavor.
Yogurt is the key to this smooth and silky dough that yields bread with a delightfully tender crumb. Even those new to bread making will enjoy delicious results with this easy recipe.
Baking plump, juicy grapes into this easy focaccia is a special treat for family and dinner guests. For a special touch, add a light drizzle of quality olive oil over the top while the bread is still warm.
Spelt flour is high in protein, which is ideal for giving breads structure and a hearty texture. Bread baking novices will appreciate this soft, easy to work with dough that requires a minimal amount of kneading and is easy to shape.
Although a fruitcake, don’t confuse sweet and tender stollen with traditional rum soaked versions.
This is a very cool and refreshing dessert that can also be used on cereal with cold milk.