I grew up eating this, when I could get some. Its really popular in our house, even now.
A delicious snack, that doesn’t last very long in our house!
A paratha is a flaky multi-layered flatbread. Its often eaten in India as part of breakfast, but we eat them with curries for dinner.
A traditional sweet bun to mark the end of lent by including all the things that couldn’t be eaten during the previous 40 days.
This makes a great tear and share bread for any evening meal or supper.
Crispy and delicous. Its easy to make your own pizzas from scratch. With a little early prep to make the dough
a simple recipe for cheese scones and who doesn’t like cheese scones!
Bored of the usual ham sandwich, I was looking for a healthy alternative, so here it is! This is a very filling vegetarian sandwich.
This is a pretty versatile Irish recipe. Serve with eggs & bacon, jam, or as an alternative to pancakes.
Stinging nettles are high in vitamin A and calcium and are a good source of protein
Originally found in an early viking age grave in Sweden, it was baked using yeast from the same family as brewing today.
These taste great with curries. They don’t take much effort, but will need making a little in advance.
With no yeast, or proving required, these are a great, last minute addition to any meal.
Great for making rye bread and sourdough
Ingredients: 500g strong bread flour 10g salt 80g caster sugar 20g bread yeast 50g Olive oil 300ml warm soy milk 100g dark orange chocolate Method: Mix the flour, sugar and salt together in a large bowl. Add the yeast and the olive oil. Slowly add a little milk at a time, while mixing together with…
Thought to have originated over 500 years ago in Sweden. These were originally cooked twice a year, in rounds, with a hole in the middle, to enable hanging from the rafers on a stick.
This is a really simple, no flour, no knead bread.
Great served with cheese and chutney, lightly toasted, as a snack, or dunked into soups and stews.
This recipe requires a starter recipe, which you can find here, this takes about a week to establish, but once going is ready to use any time. Great dunked into soups and stews. Ingredients: 500g strong bread flour 10g salt 160g sourdough starter 20g bread yeast 250ml warm water 1 large rosemary sprig (finely chopped)…
The mythical bread of the elves in lord of the rings. Said to keep a man on his feet for a whole day.
Whilst it is unknown what is actually in lembas, there are many recipes around. This version is not unlike shortbread and tastes great with blackberry whiskey jam.
A British classic – tea and crumpets. These are easy to make and have more flavour than shop bought crumpets.
These are really easy to make, using any type of bread. There is always a little bread in our house that is past its best. Most often its the end of a loaf of sourdough
Perfect food for the coming party season. Try adding a little paprika, chilli or garlic for an extra twist.
Based loosely on a Viking crisp bread recipe that was sent to me. These are really quick and easy to make and taste great.
BIG NEWS!! I have a book out now on Amazon. You can buy it here Written with help from my lovely wife. Split into sections the recipes include: 4 seasons of meals and puddings/cakes (28 recipes), campfire cooking (7) breakfasts (5) bread (7) preserves (10) booze (10) non alcoholic drinks (3) I hope you enjoy it…
This recipe started off as an experiment and due to an error, turned out really good, and now I always make it this way.
A very tasty beginners loaf
Sourdough is a great tasting, but rather expensive to buy. Its relatively easy to make and doesn’t take up much time, but does need extra time to prove.