Category: Bread & Baking

Roast Ham with Honey Mustard & Chipotle

Roast Ham with Honey Mustard & Chipotle

The ham and pease pudding stottie is Traditional to the North East and Northumberland. It is the perfect solution to a rumbling stomach after a day of fresh air and a bit of graft!

Sometimes it is the most basic of foods that can be the most satisfying, a simply boiled joint of gammon finished off in the oven with a tasty glaze, carved thickly and served in a freshly baked stottie and pease pudding….delicious!

Corn Tortillas

Corn Tortillas

This simple recipe for Corn Tortillas will totally transform any Mexican inspired meal. This recipe is really pretty simple and with a bit of practice you should be able to bang out a dozen or so of these tortillas without too much effort.

Pistachio, Coconut & Blueberry Cake

Pistachio, Coconut & Blueberry Cake

The recipe for Pistachio, Coconut & Blueberry Cake is amazing! The recipe uses mostly ground nuts for the cake with only a small amount of flour. This makes it extremely moreish and I can guarantee that it won’t be left sitting in your kitchen for long! The Blueberries are like little jam bombs inside the cake and the addition of the chocolate ganache adds a little bit of luxury.

Pitta Breads

Pitta Breads

Once you have experienced a fresh, homemade pitta bread, you will never go back to the sorry excuse that the large supermarkets happily sell you.

With a little bit of effort, and some trial and error, you will soon be able to make these breads quickly and without too much fuss. The result will be a fantastically flavoured flat bread, with a light, soft texture and very welcoming of any delicious fillings that you want to stuff into them! Nothing like the tasteless cardboard that you will have become accustomed to from UK supermarkets.

Focaccia

Focaccia

This simple recipe for homemade Foccacia will blow your mind – infinitely better than anything you can buy from the supermarket or even a lot of local producers.

The secret to success here, as with many bread recipes is time. To get a really great finished result, don’t rush it!