Tag Archives: Learn to bake bread London
Posted on 31. Jan, 2017 by virtuousbread.
Ka'ak are the third in our series on Banned Buns (click here to read the first and second of our banned bun recipes). They are little, crispy buns shaped like tiny bagels and they used to be on sale all over Syria in coffee shops, bakeries and bars. Sprinkled with sesame seeds and satisfying crunchy, […]
Posted on 10. Feb, 2016 by virtuousbread.
OK, so we are now into Lent. No more cream, butter, eggs, sugar or anything nice until Hot Cross Buns, right? WRONG. Thankfully good things come in simple packages when they are well made. Good bread, with four simple ingredients, is delicious. You would be amazed at how delicious flour, salt, water, and yeast can […]
Posted on 24. Jan, 2016 by virtuousbread.
This easy bread is so delicious I urge you to try it the next time you make bread. It's a simple white or whole meal dough topped, stuffed and baked. The resulting bread is moist, savoury and flavourful. Perfect for making sandwiches, dunking in soup and toasting for a savoury breakfast. Try it today! Ingredients […]
Posted on 03. Jan, 2016 by virtuousbread.
Here at Virtuous Bread we have always been interested in making baking easy and accessible. That is why our bread courses are so much fun and get such great reviews. People leave our classes with LOADS of bread that they made themselves and they realise that it was both enjoyable and simple! Our philosophy extends […]
Posted on 18. Oct, 2015 by virtuousbread.
Oh yes it is and here is a simple recipe for chocolate bread in one of its many forms. I am not sure what this little bun should be called. Is this a recipe for a chocolate babka? Or is it a recipe for a chocolate bullar (like the kanelbuller but with chocolate) or is […]
Posted on 20. Jul, 2013 by virtuousbread.
How do you make focaccia? Look no further than....well....about a million recipes. There is no one way to make focaccia. From village to village it's all different. So you just need to choose: How do you like your focaccia? Thin and crispy and oily? Fat and doughy and not oily? With herbs and sun dried […]