Easy Bread

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Authentic homemade Mexican corn tortillas

For those who do not know tortillas they are thin unleavened flatbreads made with corn flour (masina harina) and they are used as a base for tacos and burritos. This recipe is very simple and guarantees the preparation of traditional and authentic Mexican tortillas. Moreover, tortillas are gluten-free and lactose-free so they are perfect type of flatbread for those who are allergic or intolerant.

Broccoli and cheese bread

This bread is easy and quick to prepare. It'a very tasty savory brioche / cake flavored with pecorino and smoked cheese that goes well with the delicate taste of broccoli. Excellent for dinner or lunch can be eaten either hot or cold.

Italian focaccia with spiced potatoes

This focaccia is soft and fragrant. The thin potato slices spiced with curcuma, smoked paprika and curry powder create a pefect combination with the deep flavour of focaccia made with Italian coarse bread flour which was offered to me by Molino Pagani.

No Knead Bread - baked in glass casserole

No Knead Bread - is a easy bread recipe that for some years became famous among food bloggers. The process is very simple and requires very few steps. The dough doesn't need to be knead but it has to rest overnight in the refrigerator so you can bake it the next morning. The one element that is required is oven proof glass casserole or dutch oven pot. All of them with the lid. This version uses two types of flour and flax seed. The bread is very tasty with super crispy crust.

Skillet made naan bread

Super tasty bread made on an iron-cast skillet or good non-stick frying pan. Traditionally baked in clay tandoor ovens, it has its origins in Persia but most of the time it's known as Indian or Pakistan flatbread. They are fluffy and fragrant and perfect eaten warm.

Sweet bread with cardamom and barley malt syrup

This brioche is perfect for breakfast with a little jam or butter.  Not too sweet, delicately spiced with cardamom, cinnamon and nutmeg gains the sweetness from raisins, barley malt syrup and honey.

Whole wheat homemade Naan bread

I love homemade bread and this delicious skillet made bread is no exception. Aromatic and dense, this Indian bread, with the addition of whole wheat flour, is prepared in a few steps and is so full of flavour that it disappears faster than the time it takes to be prepared.