Friday, March 27, 2020

More bread ideas...

The other day I shared a few ideas on making your own homemade bread, whether it's using yeast or making quick breads.

I love making yeast breads, and keep yeast on hand at all times.  I make my No Knead bread on a regular basis. 

And being Danish I also love my rye bread.   I've tried several methods of making it, and for the most part they're all great.

I love the 'sour' taste I get when I manage to make a good sourdough starter, but if push comes to shove, or rather, I'm not willing to wait for 5 days before I can bake a new loaf, well, I play with the recipes I have.

I make a  No-Knead Rye Bread, it does taste good.  Best of all, it can be ready to eat the next day.  No Knead Rye Bread

However, you may not like Rye Bread, and that's OK, so I have a couple more ideas to throw your way. 

We love going to Schlotzky's when we can find one, when traveling.  The closest one to us now is over 200 miles away, but I learned how to make a Schlotzky Sourdough bun and sandwich awhile back.    You don't have to make it an copycat 'Original', unless of course you want to, but here's how to make the bun at the very least. 
These do make a great base for a sandwich, and are a little more special than a regular bun. 

 Fill them with whatever kinds of lunch meat you have available. 

Or if you just want a quick breakfast biscuit, and have a little ham hanging around you need to use up, try these Breakfast Biscuits out.  They're great for stretching a little ham, but taste amazing as well. I used my Master Mix for these as well.    

Just a couple more ideas, to not only stretch what you currently have in the kitchen/pantry but also a few ideas to make that you may never have tried before.  
Sidsel Munkholm - Author
Sidsel Munkholm - Author

Sid loves to cook, feed people and have fun in the kitchen. She shares her successes and the involuntary offerings she sometimes gives the kitchen goddess as well. And she's still looking for the mythical fairy to help her clean the kitchen after a marathon cooking session. Currently working on a cookbook showcasing the recipes from her Danish heritage.

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