Lovely oniony cheesy bread
lovely soft mildly cheesy bread with a kick
These are little fat bombs that will test even the most stalwart new year’s resolution, and they make for the best breakfast sandwiches. I like hot sauce, eggs, and ham in mine. In the UK, biscuits usually refer to what we Americans call cookies. But these are more American biscuit than English scone, full of flaky layered butter. They’re easy, delicious and balanced. The bite of oniony leek helps to cut through all the fat from the butter and cheese.
Honey and raisin, a delicious fruit bread perfect with Godminster cheese
Melt in the mouth Cheesy Scones
This is a rich soft cheesy loaf, will keep for at least 4 days- if the grand children aren’t around but if they’re there do t count on having any left
Easiest recipe ever !! Small shortbread discs of crumbly delicious cheesiness. Fabulous with pasta or just nibbled with wine. Just 3 ingredients and ready in under quarter of an hour!! WARNING Totally addictive and highly calorific.
As many people have during this lockdown, we began to make sourdough bread but, as any sourdough baker will know, there is a lot of spare starter. We have been trying to find a delicious cracker recipe for ages and it turns out that all we needed was some sourdough starter. It's a great recipe to have to hand and easy to remember too!
Langos is a fried bread originally from eastern Europe (Hungry, Slovakia) made of wheat flour, potato and eggs. They are very easy to make and they combined very well with both sweet or savory toppings, delicious when freshly made!
When the kids what cheesy rolls during Veganuary, this is a useful recipe
No knead, multi-seeded organic emmer and ciabatta flour rolls
You need a sourdough starter for this one and I make it the night before for the following day's evening meal- but it's worth the effort and rarely lasts until it's cold
Light and very tasty cheese scone
These are great for traveling or picnics - moist and filling and no need for butter or other fillings!
Brunch, picnic, special breakfast? Or backlogged with cheese or onion? This simple but very tasty recipe is the answer. With endless variations of the basic ingredients the result can be posh or basic satisfying the pickiest eaters and the most sophisticated ones too.
Simple "pâte à chou" for savoury or sweet puffs -- never fails!
Fast and yummy crackers , perfect for Christmas and New year buffets
This is a variation on Richard Bertinet's Bacon and Red onion bread but uses smoked cheese (thus suitable for some vegetarians) and is fortified with sourdough batter. It makes lovely toast and would be great with a hearty soup.