May 15, 2011 by Editor
This recipe is really VERY simple, but the result is quite something. For such a basic loaf the flavour and the texture are great and even someone with the most basic exposure to baking could attempt to bake it. Sorry for the delay in getting it up.
: Honey & Wholegrain Spelt Loaf
An easy to make, but tasty, alternative loaf Ingredients
500gr Wholegrain Spelt Flour
1 Tablespoon of Honey
1 package of Fast-Acting Yeast
400ml Warm Water
1/2 Teaspoon of Salt
1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil
Set the oven to 200 C (180C For Fan Ovens)
Mix the flour, salt and yeast in a large bowl
Dissolve the honey in the arm water and mix it into the dry ingredients
While the dough is still rough, add the oil and then mix well
Knead the dough for a few minutes and then divide it between two 500gr bread tins
Cover them and leave then for around 25 minutes to prove
Bake in a pre-heated oven for 40-45 minutes
Recipes | Tags: Bread, Honey, Loaf, recipe, Spelt Wholegrain, Water, Yeast | 1 Comment
May 4, 2011 by Editor
A few pics of my latest effort, a rather tasty (if I do say so myself) Honey and Wholemeal Spelt Flour Loaf. I’m making a fresh loaf tomorrow so I’ll add the recipe then. Enjoy.
Galleries | Tags: Bread, Flour, Gallery, Honey, Loaf, Pictures, Spelt, wholemeal, Yeast | No Comments
March 9, 2011 by Editor
Tasty, I should think! A polenta soda bread!
This one is
a rather cake-y looking soda, but nice!
It’s odd how many people start posts about soda bread by saying, ‘I’m not Irish, but …’ Here’s one for instance,
with a slight variation.
Don’t like raisins? Don’t have raisins,
And, if you just want a solid, plain and honest soda,
try this post that also shows you how to make a decent Minestrone (which I’ve actually been doing some work on meself!),
Check out my
Griddle Bread (SODA) Gallery and of course my Griddle Bread (SODA) Recipe.
Links | Tags: Cake, Cranberries, Griddle Bread, Honey, irish, Links, Polenta, Recipes, Soda | 1 Comment