Making those treats for DogS yesterday was fun, and it reminded me that baking doesn’t have to mean cake. So I had a rummage around in my recipe folder for this recipe from the BBCGoodfood website.
I remembered it was tasty, not too tricky to make, and would be ready in time for supper.
*don’t hate me for having yeast, I had a pre-Covid stash.
It’s not always been the same story for bread flour, but our local shop has a good supply at the moment .
So dry ingredients first, mixing in the salt and yeast separately, before they all get mixed together. Then it’s time to drip in the oil, and add some water, to bring it to the right texture for kneading
Making bread is fun, and kneading the dough is soothing
And it’s a good lesson in patience, proving first for an hour in the bowl, then 45 minutes in the tray.
All puffed up and almost ready to go
A few finishing touches
and then into the oven it went.
And the finished article?