The Cottage Loaf is a British classic. The dough is shaped with one ball positioned ontop of the other and is baked in a hot & steamy oven to create a wonderful crust. This Cottage Loaf recipe with added Pesto contains the delicious flavours and aromas of pesto making it perfect for cheese sandwiches, or even served with a tomato soup, for instance.
This flavour packed bread with characteristic slashes, is easy to make resulting in a delicious bread perfect for tearing and sharing. This recipe sees the dough flavoured with fresh herbs of rosemary and thyme.
This no-knead focaccia, flavoured with rosemary and garlic, is easy to make and great for tearing and sharing with family and friends. It’s perfect for dipping into olive oil and balsamic vinegar, served with soup or even grilled to make a wonderful bruschetta topped with a medley of flavoursome tomatoes.
This spelt and quinoa loaf may not be much to look at with its rustic appearance and ragged crust, but what it lacks in the looks department it certainly makes up for in flavour. Not only does it slice neatly, toast well and make a great sandwich, it is also packed with numerous health benefits too.
Oh my, I can’t believe I’ve never made this type of bread before! The corn bread smelt seriously amazing whilst it was baking and for a number of hours afterwards. It tasted so good too, being jam packed with flavour. And just check out the beautiful speckles of colour from the sun-dried tomatoes & basil.