Aloo parathas are a great substitute for rice or chapattis as an accompaniment to a curry.
Bagels are just awesome fresh out of the oven, but when you make your own they’re even better!
It’s quite easy to make your own tasty French Baguettes at home. Here’s how…
Tired of the same old boring chapatis? Did you know that you can add more than just flour and water…?
Savoury cheese scones make a wonderful light snack or supper and are so easy to make.
This delicious white Italian bread is remarkably easy to make at home. It’s hard to stop eating it!
Corn tortillas are a tiny bit more tricky to make than flour tortillas, but the taste is definitely worth that little bit extra effort. Enjoy!
Use up stale bread to make croutons for soups or salads.
Crumpets are a form of bread cooked on a griddle. They have a spongy texture and can be served toasted with butter and/or cheese.
Do(ugh)nuts are not difficult to make and you can use the same dough to make both ring do(ugh)nuts and filled do(ugh)nuts.
English Muffin is another British bread cooked on a hot surface rather than in an oven. Split in half, toast, spread with butter and top with jam, cheese or a poached egg.
These traditional lightly-spiced fruit buns are not a cake at all but still go wonderfully well with a nice cup of tea.
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