Making your own bread at home is one of the most satisfying and rewarding things that you can do, if only because of the smell! However, a lot of people are intimidated by bread: it involves scary things like yeast, kneading and proving. However, by following a few simple rules, making bread is one of the most straightforward things you can do.
Growing up, my Mum taught me a lot I now know about cooking. She’d have this amazing cook book which she’d actually gotten when she first started secondary school in the late 1960s. One of the recipes I used to love making was the apple scones! They are for sure the recipe which would remind me of my Mum as they’re the favourite thing she used to (and still does) bake for us.
Image: Comic Relief
It’s Comic Relief on Friday 13th March and schools and businesses around the country will be raising money for this well-known and worthy charity.
In my last post I featured a recipe for bbq sauce and said that I would write up the recipe and method for the home made foccacia bread too. So, without further ado, here we have the recipe for home made foccacia bread…
I am crazy about Mexican food. If I could eat one type of food for the rest of my life, it would be Mexican food. It is so delicious, plus I am pretty good at making it if I do say so myself!
Like I’ve said before, I try and eat as much food from scratch as I can, which includes bread, cakes, snacks and things like that. So I picked up a bag of masa and decided to give making homemade corn tortillas a go…..