Bread Recipes

Cranberry Orange Roll Pull Apart Bread

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Cranberry Orange Roll Pull Apart Bread

This Cranberry Orange Roll Pull Apart Bread is amazing. It isn’t necessarily difficult, but I’ll tell you up front that it does require a time commitment, like all recipes in the yeast bread genre.     It’s hard to make pull apart bread with one hand. But I made it anyway because if the years are going to be short and time is going to pass and all the days come to a close in the end, I want some of them to include Cranberry Orange Rolls.       INGREDIENTS:   2½ teaspoons active dry yeast ½ cup warm water 2 cups...

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Honey and date bread – breakfast loaf

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Honey and date bread – breakfast loaf

At home we are highly dependent on bread and sandwiches for our breakfast, even the Indian style breakfast food simply become non-existent for us, partially due to the ease of cooking (toasting bread is lot simpler !) in rush hour morning time and it is more adaptive and convenient too. So in the light of present self realisation we are trying to bring back those healthy Indian style breakfast in our diet whenever possible and the days which are just marked for bread, I started baking my own breakfast loaf .     To begin with I have...

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Bread Paneer Rolls

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Bread Paneer Rolls

Spicy bread Paneer rolls are great as an appetizer and a tasty compliment for afternoon tea. This is very easy and quick recipe to make. Paneer, is an Indian cheese also known as chena that is liked by all and used in many dishes. Bread paneer rolls are made with spiced paneer rolled in bread.   INGREDIENTS: 6 slices of soft white bread   Filling: 1 cup shredded paneer, available in Indian grocery stores 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds (jeera) Pinch of black pepper 1 teaspoon ginger finely shredded (adrak) 2 tablespoons...

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Garlic Bread Pizza

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Garlic Bread Pizza

With the week winding down, things are really gearing up here in New Orleans for the Super Bowl. We’ve got street closures, events and traffic galore. But hey, we love it. Anytime we get a chance to be in the national spotlight is a good one (except when it’s hurricane related – don’t mention the K-word). Anyway, right now is a time of great hustle and bustle. I actually got to work as a volunteer in the social media command center on Tuesday. It was pretty cool, and I got to work with some of NOLA’s top social media brass. Natch!  ...

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Cream Cheese-Filled Sweet Bread

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Cream Cheese-Filled Sweet Bread

Few things can rival freshly baked sweet bread, warm from the oven. And when you roll it up with a luscious cream cheese filling and cover it with a warm vanilla glaze, the result it out-of-this-world delicious. This Cream Cheese-Filled Sweet Bread is a tradition each Christmas morning in our family. Why not bake some this Christmas to start a new tradition of your own?     INGREDIENTS: 1 (8-ounce) container sour cream (not reduced fat) 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup butter 1 teaspoon salt 2 packages dry yeast (4 1/2 teaspoons) 1/2 cup warm...

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Caramelized Onion Bread

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Caramelized Onion Bread

This is by far one of my favorite bread recipes, it is soft and fluffy, the flavor the onions bring makes you want more and more.  It smells wonderful while baking and tastes incredible good. The recipe is easy and takes only few minutes to prepare. This caramelized onion bread is going to be devoured so fast that might need to consider making 2 loaves instead of 1.     INGREDIENTS: Makes 1 loaf Caramelized Onion 1 large onion, chopped or thinly sliced 1 bunch green onion bulbs, chopped 2 tbsp olive oil salt Dough 4 cups (500g)...

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Granny’s Monkey Bread

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Granny’s Monkey Bread

Traditional Monkey Bread is a sticky, gooey pastry made by coating small pieces of sweet bread dough with butter, cinnamon and sugar then baking them in a bundt pan. Monkey Bread is served warm so that the sweet bites can be pulled off and popped right into your mouth. The butter, cinnamon and sugar ooze throughout the dessert making the most delectable syrup that’s finger’ lickin’ good.     This traditional Monkey Bread recipe is made with refrigerated biscuits in lieu of bread dough so it’s quick to throw together for unexpected...

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Ham and Swiss Stromboli

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Ham and Swiss Stromboli

This five ingredient Ham and Swiss Stromboli is filled with ham, Swiss cheese, bacon and green onions. The combo of flavors is delicious. This is a dinner I make when we have a busy schedule because it’s so easy. This Ham and Swiss Stromboli graces our table on busy weeknights. The flavors are simple – only 5 ingredients, but together they are really spectacular.     INGREDIENTS:  1 tube (11 ounces) refrigerated crusty French loaf 6 ounces thinly sliced deli ham 3 green onions, sliced 8 bacon strips, cooked and crumbled 1-1/2 cups...

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Cinnamon Raisin Bagels

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Cinnamon Raisin Bagels

Complete with a billion photos, tips, and tricks as per usual! Well, today I’m showing you how to make a cinnamon raisin variety because cinnamon raisin bagels. Cinnamon raisin bagels, as you know by now, are my very favorite variety. My go-to when I have a sea of bagel choices.     You’re going to love the taste of homemade cinnamon raisin bagels. So much better than store-bought!   INGREDIENTS: 1 and 1/2 cups warm water 2 and 3/4 teaspoons Red Star® Quick-rise™ yeast1 4 cups bread flour, plus more for work surface and...

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Soft Cheese Bread: Two Ways

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Soft Cheese Bread: Two Ways

This Soft Cheese Bread, first discovered a couple of years ago in Peter Reinhart’s book “Artisan Bread Every Day”. A batch makes two loaves, so I have taken to making two different versions when I make it. Today, it was a Cheddar and Herb and a Parmesan Garlic and Herb. This bread is endlessly customizable. All kinds of cheese, herb and other add-in combinations will work. Want to throw in some sun-dried tomatoes or a bit of pesto? Why not! Olives?. Sure. Lots of cheese or just a bit? It’s up to you.       Delicious, soft...

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