Dough & Bread 5 results
  • Multi grain and seed bread

    Multi grain and seed bread is as delicious as it is healthy. Developed over several years in my home kitchen, it provides fibers, whole nuts and seeds and some full grains as well. The absence of commercial whole wheat bread supply in many parts of ...
  • Weihnacht’s Stollen

    This is a winter favorite, but actually tastes well the whole year round. The rich taste of dried fruit and almonds, macerated for one or two days in coconut rum or brandy, characterize this bread. The dough itself is not necessarily sweet and makes ...
  • Frysian Ryebread

    Rye bread is typical of North Europe.  The Danes introduced it to the British some 1500 years ago. Rye grows in the colder climates and used to be a poor man’s bread, yet a healthy one. It is thought this rye dough was placed in the early evening ...
  • Baozi (Chinese steamed, filled buns)

    This Chinese ‘convenience’ food is hearty, nutritious and filling. Part of a typical fast Chinese breakfast. It comes with meat or only with vegetables.  Origin In the morning in many Chinese neighborhoods, you see the steaming bamboo or now ...
  • Crusty rustique ciabatta

    The key to making this white (wheat) bread taste well is to make half of the dough a day in advance and let it preferment. There are various opinions on the water to bread flour ratio in the preferment and in the total recipe, but keep it as wet as ...