Content tagged 'baking'
Pita bread is quick to make, versatile and most of all delicious. We utilize our no-knead refrigerator dough, but any high-ish moisture dough should work fine. What gives pita it's beloved pocket is steam, it starts out with lots of small bubbles and if you did it right ends up one giant bubble.
Light and fluffy, our dinner rolls are a fine accompaniment to a Sunday dinner and make killer sandwiches for Monday. While you can certainly make rolls with our no-knead refrigerator bread dough, this dough makes a lighter roll that is more traditional (no hard crust thanks to the lower baking temperature and fat content in the dough). Since bread can be a little tricky at first, we have meticulously documented the process with photos so you'll know what it should look like at all steps along the way.
Chocolate chip cookies are in our minds the perfect American comfort food. Quick to make and hard to beat, our recipe is like what mom used to make (at least if you had a mom that made really good chocolate chip cookies). We use lots of oatmeal and large chocolate chunks which gives the cookies a great texture. Baked until just set, the resulting cookie stays chewy after it's cool. Make these for a party and you'll be a hero.
Homemade bread is one of life's great pleasures. From the smell that it gives your home to the unbeatable taste, it's really hard to beat (even more so once you factor in cost, homemade bread is unbelievably cheap). Alas, like most of life's luxuries, there is a downside: time and effort. That's where our recipe helps out--mix four ingredients until they are just blended, let the mix rest over night and then store your dough in the fridge for up to a week. We make everything from flatbread, to pita to baguettes using dough from the same batch.