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Member since 25 Jul 2008
Member from Bryndwr
My latest creation from the Focaccia bread,Pop in a good tablespoon of curry powder to the usual mix, and with the addition of some chopped black olives,and Italian Parsely, then when you have risen the dough for 30 min smoother the top with olive oil and caramalized sweet red onions before it goes in to cook. for about 25 min,, I cook mine in a Rotec cooker. Just brilliant,, and soo yummy
Member since 02 Nov 2006
Member from Linwood
My slicer is fantastic. Cuts such nice uniform slices which spread with jam are lovely. Have to downsize them to fit in the toaster though. The loaf I made yesterday rose right up and stuck to the glass in the lid. A bit less yeast maybe. Took ages to get it off.
I have made a fruit and nut flat bread with lemon zest.. Like a big hot X bun,same way as the foccacia.adding spices to the flour mix.. very nice,,If I leave the big loaf till the next day it slices ok..Grain loaf is nice
I enjoy foccacia bread but have only put oil and herbs on the surface. have you made a loaf without yeast, winelover, or other treats. My book has hidden itself. The Sky mag this month has a recipe for Biscotti which has gained interest from me. It is different from anything i have ever tried to make. Of course it's not for the breadmaker.
Biscotti is twice baked biscuit recipe all you do is bake it in a log when warmish slice thinly then bake again,, you can put anything you fancy in the mix. friut and nuts etc
No to the no yeast bread yet sour dough is nice
Member since 10 Jul 2006
Member from Papatoetoe
Not sure where to place this query. Which is the best for price brand of printer copier? Son & I have conflicting views.
I find that most are cheaper than the ink you buy to print with. It will depend on your expectations and what you will be printing, whether for day to day jobs or if you have a business.
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