Easy and Delicious Quick Breads

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... [Lire la suite]
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Testing quiche crusts...

Polenta Crackle Crust: . Wizz in the food processor: 1 cup flour, 1/2 cup breadcrumbs, 1/2 cup polenta, 5 tbs olive oil, 5 tbs water. . Pat down into a pan lined with parchment paper. Set aside . Beat 2 eggs with 20cl cream, 20cl water mixed with 2 tbs of powdered milk then add 2 tea potato starch. Set aside . Slice 2 onions. Fry them for a min or two in 2 tbs of sunflower oil. Cover and let them steam for awhile to sweeten up.Put the onions into the crust. . Pour the egg mixture on top. . Slow bake at 160°C for... [Lire la suite]
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Hot n' Sweet Roman Treats : Aliter Dulcia

  When I was 13 years old I started to study latin.  Being a history geek I loved the subject even if my teacher seemed as old as the language itself. I loved imaginging myself in some far off distant past as celtic warrior or a student to some famous philosopher. But history has always been more exiting to me when it becomes real, palpable, edible! Indeed one of my most vibrant memories of this class is of the time when a friends of mine made a roman dessert and brought it to class to share with us. They were a kind of... [Lire la suite]
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