Breads and dough

Beet-zza dough

[http://travel-and-food.com/2017/02/pate-a-pizza-betterave/thumbnail-43/] A pink pizza dough because it is fun for kids (and grown ups), you know! If you don’t like the taste of beetroots, fear not, it sweetens the dough but you don’t have that earthy flavor. There is not a lot in there, it really is just fun to color the dough (+ it counts as a veggie portion, right??) [http://travel-and-food.com/2017/02/pate-a-pizza-betterave/pizza2/] But I gotta tell you, beetroots stains are not easy to

Fluffy challah bread

Challah bread is a traditional jewish bread. It is kinda like brioche but no butter and less sugar. It takes time to make, I’m not gonna lie. But it is not complicated, just asks for patience.

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Homemade burger buns

Why would you do it at home if you can buy it at the store ? The second option is faster and easier, sure. But read the ingredients… How many ingredients can you not pronounce? The composition is sometimes not that bad but again, homemade allows you to CHOOSE what you put in this dough.

Rosemary foccacia

The smell of the pizza dough raising, of the foccacia straight out of the oven… I love it but we rarely take time to do it from scratch. It is a shame because it is really quick and easy, the only bummer is the raising time but you can do it the morning for lunch or dinner. So today, I decided I’m doing it. Pizza dough from scratch and focaccia with fresh rosemary on top. YES. I ate it dipped in hummus… But eat it as you like, plain or with a delicious dip. The rosemary is subtle but it gives i

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No-knead bread

I love cooking but what I love overall is eating. You easily understand that waiting 3 to 4 hours for something to be ready is pure torture. So when I found Christel‘s bread recipe, I got really excited.