Baking along Great British Bake Off means I have to push myself. This is a very busy period for me and next week is likely I will make the frangipane tart for the weekend. I’ve made the sugar-free scones and they were, obviously, delicious as is not the first time I make a similar recipe.
I have a passion for bread and since the bread week at Great British Bake Off where I baked 2 different breads, I continued bakeing bread and stopped buying it from supermarket. A while ago I was eating only homemade bread as I love it so much and it’s so easy to make. Ingredients for
I baked a wholemeal oaty delicious soda bread as it was the signature challenge at GBBO, but decided to bake the technical challenge too. I tried to bake before the show and maybe bake again after the show, when I learn a thing or two on the best way to bake the goodies. When the
This week at Great British Bake Off is bread week and the signature challenge is soda bread. I’ve tasted shop-bought soda bread, I liked it, but not enough to buy lots of it. As I prefer homemade bread, I thought it might be different if I bake it myself. Yesterday I’ve baked it and it
Nothing tastes better than a homemade bread taken out of the oven. I try to bake my own bread as much as I can, because my husband and I both enjoy a warm slice of freshly baked bread. Baking bread is very easy. I’ve made many types of bread, like Rye plait bread, Potato bread,
I found a few different recipes of Chinese pancakes and the ones with spring onions looked very good. They are easy to make and the texture is very nice, different. Make a dough with 250g flour and 100ml hot water. Mixed it by hand and then knead it for a couple of minutes. Cut the