There's nothing better than fresh bread and if you don't want to bother with the effort of making a yeasted bread, this recipe is a great alternative. It takes longer to preheat your oven then it does to make the bread. Your final product results in the perfect bread for a little bit of butter and jam!!
We cook Indian cuisine nearly weekly. Our go-to bible is 1000 Indian Recipes by Neelam Batra--a beautiful recipe book. Every dinner requires a good naan bread so you can ditch the utensils and use the naan to scoop up all the delicious, rice, and spice-rich sauces. I also love my mango chutney, so naan and… Continue reading Indian Naan Flatbread
Silly me, until recently I never knew how to cook broccoli. I always thought, boil in water for 5 minutes and done. The broccoli was always simultaneously over and undercooked. Blech. Instead, bring a pot of salted water to a rolling boil, add broccoli and remove from heat. Letting the broccoli sit in boiling water… Continue reading Broccoli, Perfectly Cooked
UPDATE (July 24, 2014): It's that time of year again when the garden is producing more basil and tomatoes than one can possibly eat! This week we received a bag of fresh basil in our CSA and I wanted to try an experiment. If I added basil to my Cuisinart when I was mixing my pasta dough together,… Continue reading Homemade Pasta
If you post anything about bunnies, or bun-buns, on the internet, you’ll be an instant success. So in honor of Bunday today (as all Sundays are Bundays), I am posting a homemade buns recipe, no not THAT kind of bun, but hamburger buns. I’ve made so many types of yeasted dough at this point that… Continue reading Hamburger Buns
I am such a chump. My exasperation comes from the fact that I’ve been paying too much money for inferior yogurt all these years! Any time I buy something at the grocery store, I always ask myself, “Can I make this? Would it be cheaper? Could I make it better?”. One of those things we all… Continue reading Homemade Yogurt