Breads of All Shapes and Sizes
Flour Tortillas

Flour Tortillas

If you are going to do any Mexican cooking it is important to know how to make tortillas. Why pay a fortune for them in the shops when they are so easy to make???



Focaccia is a flat oven-baked Italian bread and is usually seasoned with olive oil and salt. I make mine with Red Onions and Sage!

Italian Bread Sticks (Grissini)

Grissini (Italian Bread Sticks)

These iconic Italian bread sticks are very easy to make and taste far better than anything you will get in a restaurant.

Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread

This delicious no-yeast bread can be made in about 45 minutes. Once eaten, never forgotten!

Keema Naan HD

Keema Naan

Stuffed naans are a delight to eat, and keema naan is definitely my favourite!

Naan HD


Unlike Chapatti or Paratha, Naan is a leavened bread. Now, not all of us have a clay tandoor in our kitchen, and this recipe doesn’t even use an oven!

Paratha HD


A paratha is a flaky-style Desi bread. They are slightly lighter than chapattis and only slightly more difficult to make than chapattis!

Pashwari Naan

Peshwari Naan

This naan is stuffed with sultanas and nuts and can be as sweet as you want to make it. Perfect for vegetarians!

Pita Bread

Pita Bread

These simple “pocket breads” are found all over the Mediterranean and the Middle East. Making them couldn’t be easier!

Poori OK


Pooris can be eaten with just about any Desi dish, but are particularly good at breakfast. An essential component of Halwa Poori Cholay. If you prefer your poori to be crispy, then this is the recipe you’ll need…

Roast Garlic

Roast Garlic Bread

I first had this delicious roast garlic appetiser at the Stinking Rose restaurant in San Francisco. They call it “Bagna Calda”, but it’s not the same as the Italian dish Bagna Cauda.

Sourdough Bread

Sourdough Bread

Sourdough bread has a very distinctive flavour and has no added sugar, fat or baker’s yeast!

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