Cider Apple Bread
1 teaspoon dried yeast for breadmakers
500g strong white bread flour
1 grated apple
1 teaspoon of sugar
1 teaspoon of salt
half a teaspoon of ground white pepper
1 teaspoon of rosemary
add everything in the correct order. Set the machine to the basic bread recipe. (4 hours)
It will depend if your recipe asks you to add the dry ingredients first or last. I will do the recipe assuming dry ingredients first but you can alter to suit your bread maker.
You need 1 teaspoon (5ml) easy bake dried yeast
450g strong white bread flour
1.5 teaspoons salt
half a teaspoon sugar
30ml olive oil
This will make two large pizzas
Add everything in the order above, making sure you put the salt in one corner and the sugar in another, away from each other.
Set the breadmaker to the dough setting. If one is available use basic or pizza dough setting. start the machine
Oil a couple of pizza pans or baking sheets. When the dough cycle has finished remove the dough and place on floured surface. Knock it back i.e. punch it, gently. Divide in two. Roll out into 2 30cm rounds. Place on baking sheets.
Suggested topping - 6 tablespoons sundried tomato paste , 300g mozzarella cheese, sliced.
8 plum tomatoes roughly chopped
1 large yellow pepper seeded and cut in strips
115g prosciutto torn up
fresh basil leaves
8 large garlic cloves
3 tablespoons olive oil
put filling on, drizzle the olive oil over. Season it. baek for 15-20 minutes in your regular over at 220C or Gas 7.
I made this cheesy frittata. Just beat 8 eggs, lightly cooked runner beans and peas, chopped garlic , handful of.fresh chopped mint and a handful of cheese and cooked in an oiled pan over a low heat until set and then sliced pieces of cheese for the top and out under the grill. very nice too! you could serve with salad or potatoes etc. Serves 4.
Our website sells cutlery and catering items to both the general public and to the catering trade. My husband has been selling cutlery for over 25 years and knows the trade inside and out. After many years of selling cutlery in shopping centres and agricultural shows all over the country we decided to sell on line. We sell all kinds of cutlery from beautiful canteens of cutlery to basic catering cutlery. We sell a lot of cutlery for children. Lots of the items we sell are really unusual, such as splades, fruit spoons,grapefruit spoons. We even sell olive spoons!
We have two grown up children and three grandchildren. We both enjoy the countryside, dining out or dining in with friends, we both go regularly to the gym. I also enjoy swimming (Peter hates it) and Peter enjoys football (I hate it). I am an avid reader. I love cooking. I am an ex teacher and a perpetual student. I love children. I also have a blog called "Dining In"
I am happy to talk to people who are happy to talk to me. Feel free to add me to your circles.
I would fit in with small business, catering, cookery, foodies,bloggers, mums, parents, teachers and educators.
Afternoon Tea At Rachael's Secret Tearoom, Derbyshire
There is a secret tea room here in Derbyshire a few miles to the North of Derby. I cannot tell you where it is or it would not be a secret.
Saturday is Caption Day : hotel staff make us laugh
How to get the most out of a boring job when working in a hotel? The chamber maid at our hotel delighted us every day with towel sculptures.
How Does Your Garden Grow. Fruit, vegetables and Herbs
We are growing lots of fruit, vegetables and herbs in our garden at the moment. How does our garden grow? This week the irises are coming ou
Tigerlilly Quinn: Win! A pair of Moheda Betty clogs
It is no surprise that I am a MASSIVE Moheda fan. I have worn them in many 'what mama wore' posts and own these Betty clogs in both tan and
FRINGE REVIEW: Forget Me Not a disturbing masterpiece
Sometimes humour can help the mind grasp a disturbing topic. “Forget Me Not” (Venue 10) is an intelligent and gutsy comedy by Rob Gee that u