This Japanese Milk Bread Loaf is the softest and most delicious white bread you have ever tasted! Try this Milk Bread recipe with step-by-step photos.
Japanese Milk Bread
While the rest of the world has been busy baking sourdough bread, I have been busy perfecting my milk bread recipes. Of course, there are days when a crusty loaf of sourdough is exactly what I want (especially for my toast with avocado!), but most days, it’s the soft and squishy milk bread that I crave the most.
Got leftover Hot Cross Buns? Make this show-stopping Hot Cross Bun Bread and Butter Pudding which is both easy and delicious! Recipe with step-by-step photos.
Hot Cross Bun Bread and Butter Pudding
Although I am not someone who would complain about leftover Hot Cross Buns (I stash them away in the freezer to toast at breakfast), if you need some ideas for using up your leftover buns, this Hot Cross Bun Bread and Butter Pudding is a delicious option.
A delicious and decadent Flourless Chocolate Cake which is tender and fudgy. This is the perfect cake for desserts or celebrations! Recipe with step-by-step photos.
Flourless Chocolate Cake
This Flourless Chocolate Cake is perhaps one of the easiest, delicious and versatile recipes to have up your sleeve. If I need to make a gluten-free chocolate cake, I often turn to this recipe. If I want a cake which can double as dessert, this cake is perfect!
This Flourless Chocolate Cake is tender but fudgy, almost brownie-like in taste and texture. It’s always a hit with both kids and adults, and there are so many ways of varying this cake to suit what you are serving it with.
A warm and cosy Austrian dessert comprising of thick, fluffy pancakes which are shredded and served with a tart plum compote. A delicious Kaiserschmarrn recipe with step-by-step photos.
I often think the best part of skiing is the food. It’s the only part of the ski routine that is familiar to me, and the only time during the ski outing that I get to warm up (hint: I don’t ski fast enough to break a sweat!).
Quite often when I am trying to negotiate a steep, icy slope, the only thing that will see me through to the finish line is the thought of a hot meal at the end of that run. Whether it’s a steaming bowl of Pearl Barley Soup, a hearty Raclette or Cheese Fondue, my favourite Swiss Mac & Cheese or a classic Chicken Schnitzel, I look forward to all of the alpine dishes.
Make a delicious Homemade Mayonnaise in just a few minutes using ingredients from your fridge and pantry. Tips for making mayonnaise by hand or with a food processor or electric whisk.
One recipe which is always handy to have up your sleeve is a Homemade Mayonnaise. While it is easy to buy a jar or tube of ready-made mayonnaise, there are times when it is best to have the real thing on hand.
For example, if a mayonnaise serves as a basis of a sauce or dressing for your dish – such as with my Scotch Eggs – making a mayonnaise from scratch will make the whole dish even more special.
Why This Recipe Works
Make a Homemade Mayonnaise with just a few ingredients from your fridge and pantry.
Adjust the mayonnaise to your liking, whether you like it tangy, salty or even with a touch of sweetness.
Use a food processor or an electric whisk for a foolproof mayonnaise.
Add other flavourings to your mayonnaise, such as fresh herbs.
Transform any leftover, stale bread into a delicious and decadent French Toast! Easy French Toast recipe with step-by-step photos.
This is the French Toast that dreams are made of. Thick, pillowy slices of bread soaked in eggs and milk, lightly scented with vanilla and cinnamon, generously sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, followed by a drizzle of warm maple syrup. Could breakfast get any better?