Category Archives: bread

Red Onion and Brie Focaccia Recipe

I’ve made focaccia a few times before, with red onion and cheddar being our favourite. It just works exceptionally well. Like fancy cheese on toast. Husband brought me a huge block of brie last week. I love brie and wanted to try something different with it. I suspected this would work really well, as it’s… Read More »

Easy Homemade Crumpets

I’m a massive fan of crumpets. They come in such tiny packets though, why is this? 9 last us about 6 minutes. They’re so lovely, and warming. We used to eat crumpets in sixth form at school (not just crumpets I might add…there were also kinder Buenos) and they bring back all kinds of lovely… Read More »

Homemade Garlic Naan Breads

Naan bread is brilliant, isn’t it? We should eat them more. I basically only made these because I had some yoghurt left from the flatbreads. They were wonderful (especially as a midnight snack dipped in mayo!) and I’m never ever buying supermarket naan bread again. Now I just need to brave making a curry from… Read More »

Tomato and Basil Focaccia

Yes, it’s more bread. I’m absolutely loving baking bread at the moment, it’s just so satisfying, smells amazing, and tastes incredible. Focaccia is lovely, because you can do so much with it. Cooked cherry tomatoes are another gorgeous flavour than works really well with bread. You will need: 400g White bread flour 7g Easy yeast… Read More »

Flatbread Recipe

Making your own flatbread is really easy,  cheap and they taste fantastic. I use mine with chicken and Tzatziki for yummy Greek wraps. But you could put pretty much anything in them, a great alternative to bread, which can get quite boring as much as I love it. You will need: 7g Instant yeast 250g… Read More »

Sea Salt and Rosemary Focaccia

What’s the difference between a focaccia and a ciabatta? I wasn’t entirely sure what this was, but a bit of googling revealed a Paul Hollywood recipe for focaccia which is similar. And I’m willing to concede that he probably knows more about bread than I do. I love bread, all of it. I could never… Read More »