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Rasberry, Almond and Yogurt Loaf:

This recipe was adapted from the Joy of Cooking, it stays very close to the original recipe I just added a few personnal touches.

Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl:

- 2 cups flour (T65)

- 1 tbs baking powder

- 1/2 tea salt

 

In another bowl beat:

- 2 eggs

- 1 cup milk/ yogurt

- 2/3 cup sugar

- 100g melted butter

- 1/2 tea vanilla

- 1/4 tea almond essence

 

Swiftly mix the dry and wet ingrediants, don't over mix!

 

Pour into a loaf pan, then top with:

-1 cup berries

- slivered amonds

- cassonade

 

Bake for about 30 min at 205°C.

It's done when you knife comes out clean.

 

 

P1060918

Cranberry, Oatmeal and Fig Loaf

Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl:

-1 1/2 cup flour (T80)

-1/2 cup instant oatmeal

1/2 tea salt

1/4 tea baking soda

1 package of baking powder

 

In another bowl beat:

2 egg+ 1 white

1/2 cup jaggery

2 tbs golden syrup

1 cup of milk

5 tbs of vegtable oil

 

Swiftly mix the dry and wet ingrediants, don't over mix!

With a few quick stroks add in:

-1/2 cup chopped re-hyradrated cranberries

-1 cup of chopped figs

 

Pour into a loaf pan and bake for about 30 min at 205°C.

It's done when you knife comes out clean.

Pour this glaze on top while it's still hot:

Mix:

1/2 cup Powdered sugar

2-5 tbs of lemon and orange juice

 

Corn Bread, Northern style, well almost...

Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl:

- 1 cup polenta

- 1 cup flour ( T65)

- 3 tea baking powder

- 3/4 tea salt

- 1/4 tea baking soda

 

Then whisk in:

- 1 cup whole milk

- 50g melted butter

- 25 g  melted lard

 

Normally there is also an egg but I forgot it,  it turned out just scrumptious, so why waste an egg?

Pop in the oven at 200°C until golden brown.

Immediately cut a slice and slather it with butter, keep the rest for dinner...if you can!