Showing posts with label Yeast Bread. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Yeast Bread. Show all posts

Saturday, April 6, 2013

One Hour French Bread


I am in a hurry and I bet you are also.   With this recipe you can have fresh, hot French Bread on your table in one hour!  It is so easy to do.  Are you ready to impress your family and friends?  Great!  Gather the ingredients and let's get started.  You can view a slide show here.  Please take a moment to subscribe.  ~thank you~


Sunday, March 24, 2013

White Bread

I know it is hard to believe, but.......I misplaced my KitchenAid Stand Mixer for 6 years!  I know, I know!!!  We were going to move and packed a lot of our things away....moved them to a storage building and there they sat.  Only the storage building is 4+ hours away and when I did visit,  I never could find my long lost KitchenAid.  Last year, I found it!!!  I was ecstatic!  Whoopie!  Woot Woot!  Happy Dance and more that I'll spare you the details of.  This White Bread (which is perfect for sandwiches or your favorite soups and stews) is the first thing I made with my KitchenAid once it was back home...where she rightfully belongs, never to part again.  She is well over 20 years old and is still mixin' along, although a little worse from sitting idle all those years.



Saturday, March 9, 2013

Angel Biscuits

I found this old recipe the other day and have been wanting to make them.  I don't recall making them before but so glad I did now.  These are the lightest, fluffiest biscuits I have ever eaten!  They taste like biscuits and not rolls as you would think since yeast was used.   If you would like a faster biscuit, try these Tall and Fluffy Biscuits.  I'd love to know if you have made these before and if you made them now, how they turned out.

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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Pita Bread

My twins have been wanting to take little pizzas in their lunches.  You know, the ones in plastic container that hubby buys.  I don't like them and decided I would make them myself.  The last two days I heated tortillas and cut in triangles for them to top with sauce and cheese.  While they were at school today,  I finally made up my mind to I would try making Pita Bread for them to take in their lunches.  What a hit!  They love filling them with their favorite fillings that were their toppings before.  And....they had so much fun watching them rise in the oven!  ~smile~  Another plus, they are so easy to make.  I used baking sheets to cook them on instead of a stone.  Just preheat them while your oven is heating.  These are perfect pockets to add sandwich, pizza, salad or fruit fillings.  Enjoy!

Click on the caption under the picture to go to the recipe.  I posted it on Examiner.com






 


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