Still getting through the leftover ham and turkey and other bits and pieces in the house…so decided to go Italian with homemade garlic bread, a nectarine and baby spinach salad and a homemade, from scratch, ham and turkey pizza using ingredients from the fridge. Prep time: 1 hour Cooking time: 20 minutes Pizza base Ingredients: 4 cups plain flour 7g yeast (1 sachet) Pinch of caster sugar 1 teaspoon of salt 400ml warm water 60ml olive oil Flour for dusting Board Method: Place yeast and pinch of caster sugar with half a cup of warm water in bowl and allow to develop until froth forms about 10 minutes Place flour and salt in a large mixing bowl and make a well in the centre of the flour. Add water to centre of well and then mix gently with your hands until well combined, then add olive oil and knead carefully to make a soft, elastic dough, making sure not to overwork. Set aside covered with a cloth in a warm spot to allow to rise …
Cardamom A fragrantly warm winter spice – I love it and the cardamom season is getting into full swing in my house where two of our top seasonal favourites flavoured with freshly ground cardamom are: Winter Fruit & Spice Cake and The BEST Gingerbread Biscuits via Sugar & Spice & All Things Nice — An Edible Landscape
This looks like a great recipe for Irish Soda bread to go with my Irish Lamb Stew compliments of the intriguingly named Mouth Brothels blog…. It is St. Patrick’s Day and the most Irish bread I know is soda bread. Basically a bread made from baking soda, buttermilk, salt and flour, it was long a staple of thrifty homemakers. Soda bread is a quick bread with little kneading or rise time, so by adding my sourdough starter, I basically quadrupled […] via Sourdough Rosemary Soda Bread — Mouth Brothels
Inspired by Living on Annette My apricot jam filled butter cookies ready for our team planning day morning tea. Taste test went very well!