Contents of the 'recipes: Bread & Biscuits' Category

Polish Pierniki

Monday, December 4th, 2006

The countdown to Christmas starts now! Pierniki are little Polish cakes (called Prianiki in Russia) - which are flavoured with cinnamon and cloves, and generally eaten in the festive run up.

WHB #59: Coriander Naan Bread

Sunday, November 19th, 2006

This Naan is a simple introduction to Indian food, with coriander added for extra authenticity. If you are find the prospect of a fully fledged curry as an accompaniment a little daunting, try your home made Naan with a take away. We all cheat a little - don’t we?

Crumpets Recipe

Thursday, November 9th, 2006

Crumpets are great fun, both to make and to eat. These traditional English treats are best enjoyed with a cup of tea (with milk - of course!) on a cold Autumn afternoon, topped with fresh butter and jam.

Easy Soda Bread

Saturday, October 21st, 2006

This is truly the worlds easiest bread. No exagerating, within 60 minutes you will have fully edible, delicious bread - including mixing, baking, everything. What’s more, this recipe does not require kneading, using of yeast, or any of those other baking philosophies that can be so frightening.


Saturday, August 19th, 2006

Kopytka is a kind of Polish unfilled dumpling, generally served with home made sauerkraut, bbq ribs, and sauce. The name translates literally as ‘little hoofs’, and they are loved by children when served with sugar and sour cream.