FIVE UNUSUAL DOUGHS!

There is really nothing nicer than the smell of freshly baked bread wafting through the house! Baking your own bread can be really rewarding and is so much better for you than shop-bought loaves! We have found five recipes that can help you branch out from baking a standard loaf and start to tackle more complex doughs…

Gluten-Free Pretzel bagels with chia, sesame and sunflower seeds. (via immaeatthat.com)

These wondrous little buns are a hybrid between a pretzel and a bagel. Gluten-free doughs can be rather difficult to work, but bear with this recipe as the end result is completely worth it! The recipe combines all purpose flour, xanthan Gum, coconut oil and apple cider vinegar. Check out the full recipe here…

Italian Ciabatta (via fuzzymazing.blogspot.co.uk)

Ciabatta is a type of Italian white bread made from wheat flour and yeast. This recipe uses wholemeal wheat flour for a healthier bake! The key to a good ciabatta loaf is its crispy crust and an irregular loose crumb structure. Take a look at the recipe here…

Gluten-Free Foccacia

This is a relatively quick gluten-free version of the popular Italian wheat bread. It is best made on the same day you want to serve it or make the bread in advance and freeze it.The texture achieved should be loose and moist. The soya flour contained in the flour blend really helps to lift the flavour of the finished bread. Have a look at our full recipe here…

Sour Dough Bread (via bbc.co.uk)

Do not forget to pick up your sour dough starter before you try this recipe! This sour dough starter produces the distinctive sour dough taste and can provide the basis for many loaves! Have a look at the sour dough recipe here…

Kesra Moroccan Bread

Kesra Bread is a Moroccan wheat loaf made with herbs and spices. It is perfect for tearing and sharing around the meal table. We flavoured our kamut bread flour based loaf with saffron, harissa and chopped fresh coriander! Here is the recipe…