These soft and fluffy bread rolls are perfect for hamburgers, sandwiches, dinner rolls, or anytime you want a soft white roll. Recipe for soft bread rolls with step-by-step photos.
Soft Bread Rolls
As a child, my parents owned a busy bakery in Australia. Like many Vietnamese businesses, it was open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. When I wasn’t at school, you could find me earning my pocket money at the bakery, whether serving customers behind the counters, slicing and bagging loaves of bread, decorating the “easy” cakes, or sweeping up breadcrumbs (an endless, fruitless task).
For the perfect appetiser for entertaining, or simply a light meal, these deliciously soft and fluffy bread rolls with baked Camembert are sure to be a hit with your friends and family! Recipe with step-by-step photos.
Baked Camembert Bread Rolls
Everybody loves freshly baked bread rolls, and what could be better than soft and fluffy bread rolls served alongside warm, oozy baked Camembert for a fun take on Cheese Fondue?
Deliciously soft and fluffy Christmas Cinnamon Rolls which are full of warmth and spice, perfect for the holiday season. Recipe for Christmas Cinnamon Rolls with step-by-step photos.
Christmas Cinnamon Rolls
Thanks to the internet, I have come to learn that our friends in the US like to make Cinnamon Rolls at Christmas. Cinnamon Rolls are something I love to eat year-round, but there is definitely something cosy about baking a batch of Cinnamon Rolls once the autumn chill is in the air.
Soft and fluffy Japanese Milk Buns filled with red bean paste. These Red Bean Buns are a delicious snack for any time of the day! Recipe with step-by-step photos.
Japanese Red Bean Buns
My first encounter with Japanese baked goods was, surprisingly, here in Zurich. Having constant access to delicious cakes and pastries of Swiss, French, Italian and German origins is a luxury I never take for granted. But one day, I came across some baked pastries from a local Japanese baker, Hiro Takahashi, and I was intrigued because, although I had grown up eating Chinese cakes and pastries, I had never tried Japanese baked goods before.
Pan-fried Pork Buns with a soft and fluffy bao bun wrapping, and a golden and crispy bottom! Make these delicious Shanghai bao buns at home with this step-by-step recipe.
Crispy Pan-Fried Pork Buns
A few years ago, a small Japanese festival was held in our neighbourhood, much to my delight, as well as for my sushi-loving kids. I spontaneously announced a break from the kitchen that weekend and we happily ate tasty Japanese food non-stop for lunch and dinner both days. I was rather sad when the festival came to an end!
Pains au Lait are soft and fluffy French milk buns, which are a popular afternoon tea treat for children in France. Make these delicious buns at home with this step-by-step recipe.
French Milk Bread
We all know about Japanese Milk Bread, and we know about French Brioche. But something which is perhaps a little less known outside of France is French Milk Bread, or Pains au Lait. French Milk Bread is hugely popular within France, but it is primarily marketed for children, especially for snacks and afternoon tea. But we big kids love them too!