If you have already purchased your bread making machine, you may have run out of recipe options, and want to know what else you can bake. Yeast bread recipes are simple and quick, and once you have tried all the recipes that may be available in your free recipe booklet (most bread makers come with them), here of some additional baked goods ideas that you may enjoy.
Fresh bread is a great and wonderful addition to anyone’s diet. Sure, there are some folks who are anti carbohydrate, but they are missing out on a great opportunity to produce fresh bread. The trouble is that the majority of folks do not have six or so hours to make bread by hand. There are ways to avoid this by reading or watching "how to guides" and "how to videos" available for making fresh bread from scratch. However, there are even easier ways in the form of a bread machine, which is a great way to enjoy fresh bread. Then you can try some of the free bread machine recipes that will be included when you buy your very own bread-making machine.
White bread generally refers to breads created with wheat flour from which the wheat bran and germ layers, have been removed from the whole wheatberry during the flour milling or grinding process, thereby creating a light colored flour. The milling process gives white flour an extended shelf-life by removing the natural oils from the whole grain. Doing so allows products made with the flour, such as white bread, to be stored for extended periods..
The banana nut bread loaf recipe is just one of many variations of banana bread mixes that are frequently listed in cookbooks today. The original recipes for banana breads were introduced during the 1930s. It was during this time that baking soda became widely accepted and used as a leavening agent for breads over the yeast. Subsequently, many variations of bread were made and introduced to the public. However, it was sometime during the 1960s that banana bread became popular because of variations that were introduced with nuts and other flavorful ingredients.
Naan bread is a classic accompaniment to any Indian meal and is a traditional yeast-free bread, similar to pita. Traditionally, Naan bread is baked on a griddle in a stone oven, but you can make it at home as well. This traditional recipe, by Indian vegetarian gourmet Manjula, walks you through how to make six naans in your own kitchen.
Bread is a scary thing for the novice baker. All that kneading, rising, rules about yeast is enough to make most of us turn and run the other way. There are very simple rules and techniques to making the perfect loaf of bread. If you still find yourself weary, there are quick and easy to make bread recipes and handy gadgets that can make you look like a professional bread maker.