All posts tagged: bread recipes

Artisan Bread

Think you can’t make bread?  Well…maybe you’re right. I mean, you know yourself pretty well, I’m sure. But, if you’re willing to give it another shot may I suggest this super duper easy artisan bread recipe?  I literally made two full loaves within a few hours. |Would have been less if I had a proper oven.| I made these two loaves thinking I’d use them both for my Thanksgiving soiree.  And just like all my best laid plans, I ate it. I ate an entire loaf by myself before Thanksgiving ever begun. I think that is a testament to how delicious this bread is. However, it might just be a testament to my lack of self control. Ingredients:  1 1/2 cups warm water 1 package yeast 1 teaspoon salt 3-3 1/2 cups flour |can use either AP or White Whole Wheat| handful of cornmeal to coat the pan |optional| spices and garlic salt Directions: Dump your yeast into the warm water. Make sure its warm enough to wake up the yeast but not scalding so it doesn’t …

Thyme | Pull Apart Rolls

This has been blowing up on my old food blog (4 whole people liked it), East Meets West Tennessee, so I thought I’d share it here! Brought to you by Thanksgiving 2014…dare to remember here! Thyme Pull Apart Rolls Why is making bread so satisfying?  It’s like I look at it and can’t believe I made that.  It’s amazing.  This was a winner for my Thanksgiving Day table but the great thing is I only made half of them and stored the other half in the freezer.  I sometimes just open it up and stare longingly at the log of frozen dough and dream about the day that I pull them out, defrost them, bake them and eat them all by myself.  It will be a good day.  A good day. Adapted from: MyRecipes.com  Ingredients 1 1/2 cups warm whole milk 1 package (2 1/4 tsp.) active dry yeast 2 tsp sugar  2 tsp salt 3 tbs chopped chives 1/2 tbs dried thyme 3 large eggs, at room temperature  7 tablespoons butter, melted and cooled, divided About 5 1/4 cups flour 1 teaspoon coarse sea …