Baking: Dark and Rye Flour Bread

As a family we don’t eat a lot of bread. That unless we have toast or eggy bread. But no matter what I always knew that homemade bread is always better than the shop bought bread. Now that my mother gave me her bread maker too I love experimenting with different kind of breads – the healthier the better. I…

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Bread Rolls Recipe

This is my first time making bread rolls and i tried to make them as good as i thought….They are not perfect but they are as close to perfect as they can be. I think next time i will need to kneed a bit less so they are a bit more softer.Ingredients:– 500 g. flour– 1/2 tbsp. salt– sprinkle of…

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Easy Naan Bread Recipe

One reason why i love indian food so much is the naan bread order with it. Naan bread although is called bread is just not bread in my books. The naan is so full of flavour and it can be with the appropriate flavours a dish in itself. I know that normally the naan should have yogurt in it’s composition…

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Easter pancakes

No I haven’t gone mad ;-). I just had to think of something Easter like to cook instead of hot crossed buns this morning (our shopping arrives tonight only).   You know my recipe of easy dropped scones? All you have to do is add raisins and cook them! I didn’t have milk either and replace it with sparkling water…

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Olive bread and giveaway

I’m not a baking expert at all but I love it all together. I do well when I bake things like muffins or cookies but when it comes to bread it another story. I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong as I’m trying to follow the recipe. Anyway I will keep trying until I will get better at it! This…

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Easy dropped scones recipe

When is cold and you are stuck inside the dropped scones are wonderful! Kids love them because they are small and parents love the fact they are so easy to make! Ingredients: 100 g Self Raising Flour 50 g caster sugar 1 medium egg 4 x tbsp milk to mix Pinch of salt few drops lemon essence,(optional) Mix flour, salt…

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Scovergi – Another Romanian Recipe

Scovergi. I’ve been thinking at how to translate the name but I just don’t think there is a word to describe them in English. It’s like an appetiser maybe? My grandmother used to make them as a treat on a Sunday afternoon usually. Served warm with jam they are really yummy. Ingredients for about 10 scovergi: • 500 g flour…

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