These are in the fridge ready to bake to go along with tonight's spaghetti. I use my go to dough recipe for these found here in my bread tips here. Roll a small dough ball. Place a little herb and garlic butter in the centre. Roll into a ball. Bake at 180 degrees for 20 minutes.
Bread rolls are ready for the oven! I love being able to make bread and rolls easily rather than making a mad dash to the shops for a loaf. I use my go to bread recipe that can be found in my bread tips here. Be sure to use a elastic dough for these that can be easily shaped.
Using the same method as my Easy Pizza Pull Apart I made a sun dried tomato pull apart bread for lunch today. Lunch is served!
I am way too addicted to bread I think. I love how easy it is to make dough and I'm having a lot of fun experimenting with it. This is a super easy and very quick way to put together a pull apart loaf.
It's so easy to make your own cob loaf. I use my go to basic dough recipe for these but flavour mine with herbs - parsley, rosemary and basil. Add these in with the other ingredients before kneading.
T his was so simple and easy. Not much more effort than making a pizza really. It takes only a minute extra with one extra step than a pizza. My toppings today were tomato and garlic sauce, bacon, capsicum, onion and cheese. Absolutely delicious! You can make one very large plait or two medium sized ones with this batch of dough. It will take about 25-30 minutes to cook through at 180 degrees. Filling ideas: spinach, feta and [...]
Something a little different to garlic bread. These are delicious and a great accompaniment to most dishes. They are much quicker than making traditional garlic bread. You'd be surprised that this uses less oil/butter than a lot of other garlic breads. They just pull away from one another in bite size pieces. Great to share at BBQs! This makes about 20-25 pieces. See my bread tips here.
This morning my three year old and I have been busy experimenting with some Christmas goodies and time got away with me so I didn't get to make bread dough for lunch. My Tortillas/Wraps: Herb and Garlic Wraps Spinach Wraps Plain Tortillas Coconut Oil Wraps
I love the store bought spinach wraps but they are quite expensive. I did the math on these and it's approximately $1 for 12 wraps. Bargain!!! My Tortillas/Wraps: Herb and Garlic Wraps Spinach Wraps Plain Tortillas Coconut Oil Wraps The 4 Blades have a great gluten free option that I have heard great things about. I'm yet to try it.
I feel like a genius. I think this may be the recipe that makes me fall in love with my tmx! Now I'm very slow on the bandwagon. People have been making Tortillas forever and all have their own recipe. Today I thought I'd give them a whirl for dinner. With no Internet access I winged this recipe but they turned out really well. I won't be buying this ever again and I have so many variations running through my [...]
We love scrolls in this house. They are my go to recipe for weekend lunches, the school lunchbox and if I've run out of bread and feel like something different. I normally chop zucchini and spinach first in the tmx and include in the dough mix to add some extra nutrition. I didn't today as I had run out of these veg. Here are our cheesymite scrolls as well as herb and cheese scrolls. They are so light and [...]
When making dough and removing it from the bowl there are often small bits of dough stuck around the blades. Pressing turbo quickly twice will flick the dough off the blades and thus making it much easier to clean. This works well for truffle type mixes, meat stuck in the blades, jam etc as well.
Bread was the most frustrating thing to make in the Thermomix. It would always be dense, doughy and too heavy. It was edible but it was nothing like the lovely soft fluffy bread you can purchase at the supermarket or bakery. After a lot of experimenting I have found a few tricks to ensure the end result is soft and fluffy. These tips can also come in handy if experimenting with other types or doughs where the final products [...]