IMPORTANT NOTE: ADD 1/2 CUP SUGAR OR SUCRALOSE TO INGREDIENT LIST.
Nothing says Fall to me like apple fritters. These are a quick and easy dessert, or a special breakfast treat. My personal preference is to make these from dehydrated apples because the texture is just perfect, but you may prefer fresh apples, so either way makes a great treat. Give them a try. Yummy.
Every year I grow Candy Roaster Squash in my garden. It grows well and I love them, so I have lots of recipes using them. Most of those recipes can also be made with pumpkin, sweet potatoes or any kind of winter squash. This recipe is no different.
The tutorial on how to prepare the Candy Roaster for use in any recipe calling for pumpkin is below.
Yorkshire Pudding is one of those dishes that allow you to show off a little. It is not difficult to make but it looks like something very fancy. I am serving this with my favorite chicken dish, Chicken a la King, but you can serve it with your next roast beef.
I found this little recipe on the King Arthur Website. It is the easiest white bread recipe I have found. No kneading, no mixer, not much work, one bowl, one skillet, and it tastes like you worked for hours — it is like magic.
Here is the link to the recipe: http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/no-knead-crusty-white-bread-recipe
I hope you enjoy.
IMPORTANT NOTE: I forgot to show that you should cut two vent holes in the top before baking.
Cornish pasties are the original lunchbox. These were taken down into the mines with Cornish miners for a hearty lunch with no mess. Each is a self-contained meal. I am using the traditional filling, but you can get creative and use other things, like chicken with peas and carrots. This crust will hold up to most any combination.
I have been craving authentic Etouffee, but since I cannot get to New Orleans, I will have to make it myself. I have chicken and andouille sausage on hand (always), so I am good to go.
This is an easy recipe, and the results are yummy and wonderful. Try it!
Bioche is so beautiful it seems intimidating to a new baker, but believe me, it is not hard. There are several steps, and it takes some time, but it is worth the little bit of trouble.
This is a dessert bread. Serve it with some fruit, jam, chocolate or lemon sauce, or just by itself. Makes heavenly French toast, and if you have any left over, it is perfect for bread pudding. Try it soon.
I had always believed you couldn’t not make authentic French bread in a home oven, but boy was I wrong. I learned the simple truck of making that wonderful crusty bread from Julia Child. Now I am sharing it with you. Go ahead. Try it. You won’t be disappointed.
If you are new to baking bread, this is a great recipe to learn on. The steps are simple and no mixer is required.
Doesn’t everyone love crescent rolls? I think so. You can make better crescent rolls than you get in the tube. Please watch and share. Thank you.