One my favorite baking blogs is King Arthur Flour blog. I would like to share their 5 tips for bread machine that were extremely helpful for me. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/blog/2015/02/17/successful-loaves-from-your-bread-machine/ All the credits for text below goes to PJ HAMEL Tip 1: Open the lid and check the dough as it kneads So many people seem afraid to… Continue reading King Arthur Flour blog: 5 tips for bread machine
While browsing through bread machine recipes I found one on beer bread. I was truly intrigued and decided to make it as well. So, beer bread: For ingredients I used: 1 cup of beer (make sure it is not cold!) 1 pack of active yeast 2 tbsp of olive oil 2 tbsp of brown sugar… Continue reading Beer bread!
More jam means more cakes! So, kiwi cake it is:) For this recipe I used: 1 jar of kiwi (can be any kind of jam for that matter) 3 cups of all purpose flour 1/2 cup of sugar 4 tbsp of greek yogurt 2 tsp of baking powder First of all, I have made the dough… Continue reading Kiwi jam cake
One of my favorite fruits is kiwi. It is a very special one: The kiwifruit, native to northern China, was first brought to and cultivated in New Zealand at the turn of the 20th century and was then known as the Chinese Gooseberry. When the time came to export the fruit, to avoid the high duties… Continue reading These exotic jams – Kiwi
I am trying to be creative with all the jams that I have made recently. So, I have decided to bake a cake with mango jam that I made a couple of weeks ago (see the link below). https://sourdoughmovement.com/2016/02/10/something-different-mango-jam/ For ingredients I used: 1 jar of mango jam (can be any kind of jam for that matter)… Continue reading Cake with mango jam
I have started venturing out to flavored breads and for my first attempt I decided to bake bread with sunflower seeds. The idea behind it was that I had quite a lot sunflower seeds and really did not want to waste it. So, the ingredients: 1 cup of warm water 1 pack of active yeast… Continue reading Whole wheat bread with sunflower seeds
To keep on filling up our kitchen with jams I decided to try out raspberry one. As always it is extremely simple to make in bread machine. All you need is: 2 cups of raspberries 1,5 cups of sugar 3 tbsp of pectin Set machine on jam function and you al all done. To store… Continue reading Raspberry jam 🙂