The Italians know a thing or two when it comes to bread-based recipes! Not just for buttering (or dipping into olive oil), bread is a vital ingredient in all sorts of Italian soups, salads and even pasta dishes.
This traditional step-by-step sourdough recipe takes you through the stages of making and feeding a flour starter, using a small amount to create a sponge, then kneading and shaping a classic sourdough loaf. Once you’ve got the hang of this failsafe method, you’ll use it time and time again. INGREDIENTS STARTER DOUGH 600g to 1kg Read the full article…
Follow the steps below for the perfect stout-spiked cake, then finish off with shiny white sour-cream icing for the full Guinness effect. Cheers! INGREDIENTS 100g unsalted butter, plus extra for greasing 75g dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids) 200ml Guinness, plus extra for the icing 200g plain flour 20g cocoa powder 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 Read the full article…
Take a look at the Christmas bakes below, or visit the Festive hub to discover our full collection of tasty Christmas puds, mains, starters, sides and more. Chocolate cake Everyone needs a simple chocolate cake recipe and this one will guarantee great results in next to no time. Gennaro’s Christmas chocolate puddings Gennaro Read the full article…
Here’s our step-by-step guide to the perfect chocolate fondants. Take a look at our flavour twists at the bottom of this feature, too.
Why save the joy of baking for the weekend when you can whip up something amazing in less than 30 minutes?
Nothing beats a warm fruit crumble, especially as the weather gets chillier and the evenings draw in. Here are our favourite recipes with a classic crumble topping
9 Food Ambassadors from Jamie Oliver’s Foundation network put their twist on his recipe for One-cup blueberry pancakes
Flour is an invaluable ingredient with so many uses in the kitchen. It’s essential for everything from sponge cakes to flaky pastry, golden batters or for thickening sauces. Different flours behave in different ways, so here’s our guide for getting the most from your flour.