Naan is a flat bread that is often an accompaniment with Asian dishes from India and Pakistan. This recipe produces a nice chewy flat bread that is lighter than pita bread.
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Total Preparation Time – About 3 HoursTime Spent Waiting – About 2 HoursCooking Time – About 3 Minutes Per Batch I have always wanted to take a crack at making Yeast Doughnuts. I don’t know of many people who aren’t fond of a good Doughnut. Doughnuts come in many different shapes and sizes. You haveContinue reading “Yeast Doughnuts”
Total Preparation Time – About 2 HoursTime Spent Waiting – About 1 HourCooking Time – 8 Minutes Per Batch I was talking with Lady Di about a fun Halloween Food that can be pretty impressive, if done correctly. Back in October 2000, I remember seeing Martha Stewart making Witch’s Fingers and thought that those wouldContinue reading “Witch’s Fingers”
Total Preparation Time – About 2 HoursTime Spent Waiting – About 1 HourCooking Time – 8 Minutes per Batch In the quest for trying to do something different, we decided to tackle Soft Pretzels. Soft pretzels are fun and versatile. You can make straight, twisted, and traditional shaped pretzels. There’s not really a wrong wayContinue reading “Soft Pretzels”
Total Preparation Time – 2 1/2 HoursTime Spent Waiting – About 2 HoursCooking Time – 3 – 5 Minutes per Batch of 3 One of the problems with frying is what to do with the Oil. I hate disposing of cooking oil after one use. So, that meant that the next cooking project needed toContinue reading “Honey Buns”
LadyDi and I consulted on this week’s cooking project and settled on Apple Fritters. As with all my projects, I started with a goal in mind, then started reviewing different recipes to identify common pitfalls and to determine the ideal approach. The thing that surprised me is the differences in recipes for Apple Fritters. TheContinue reading “Apple Fritters”
I’ve been talking for years about wanting to make bagels. I spent a few years working near the financial district in Manhattan. Most mornings, I would stop by Leo’s Bagels and grab a bagel with cream cheese and a coffee. The coffee was so-so, but the bagel was amazing. The flavor, the texture, the chewiness,Continue reading “Homemade Bagels”