Similar to pita bread, naan bread is leavened using yeast or baking powder. It is a staple food in south and central Asian countries and comes in a huge variety of different flavours. In India, where bread is a central part of that countries cuisine, naan bread can be a meal in itself or more often than not, as a compliment to a main dish. It can be eaten plain, buttered with ghee (a type of butter), or even stuffed with mutton, as in keema naan. When done well and no matter how it is prepared, Indian naan bread is a very tasty and satisfying food.
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.
Best known for pasta-based dishes, Italian breads are a category of that countries great tasting cuisine that should never be overlooked. Bread is an ancient food and nowhere has that fact been more evident than in this sun-drenched Mediterranean land.
Bread and butter pudding is one of those traditional British desserts that everybody loves. The pudding is made from slices of stale buttered bread layered in an oven dish with a liberal scattering of raisins. An egg and milk mix, which has been seasoned with nutmeg, cinnamon or mixed spices, is then poured over the top with more bread put on top. It is then baked in an oven and served. Many folks may serve it with custard or cream, but usually the pudding underneath the crust is moist enough to be eaten without any sauce.
The original bread pudding recipe began life back in the twelfth century as the ideal means to use up stale bread while making it edible again. This was a necessity for folks living at that time, as they could not afford to let any scrap be thrown out – everything had to be eaten. The bread was simply steamed and enriched with an assortment of meat or fruit before baking.
A baguette sometimes referred to as a French loaf or French stick is a long, crispy crust bread that is closely associated with France. Under French laws, the name baguette can only be used for bread made from four ingredients, which are flour, salt water and yeast. If any other ingredients are added when baking a French baguette, the baker will have to call the loaf by a different name.
Although it is called Monkey Bread, there are no monkeys and no bread in this recipe. Nevertheless, it is a delicious, sweet and sticky gooey treat that is easy to make and something that everybody will enjoy.
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..