However, my true passion when it comes to eating is BREAD. Love it. Every kind, shape and color. During those PMS moments growing up, I didn't grab chocolate (allergic), but rather headed for the loaf of bread. I could eat at least half a loaf without batting an eye. Needless to say, that is why there is a few extra inches around the waistline. I'm still working on the bread diet. When I perfect it, I will let you all know.
I baked a little bread last night for dinner. Something about kneading, rolling and baking that put a big smile on my face and a yummy in my tummy. Don't these babies look totally delicious?Yep! Made them totally from scratch. I "needed" me some bread, "rolled" them right out of the can and baked for exactly 13 minutes. Just call me Betty Crocker! My kiddos even fought over their yumminess... with me! :)
Hope you are having a Delicious Day!
Oh, by the way, what's in your bread basket? All about some new ideas...
Just so I don't totally ruin my cooking reputation, I have a gift for you. A yummy roll recipe, which I have been known to make on occasion, when this working mom has a little more time in the kitchen, that is. A friend gave me the recipe umpteen years ago, when I was first married. Love it!
6 cups of self-rising flour
1 package of yeast
1 teaspoon of baking soda
1 cup of warm water
2 cups of buttermilk
1/4 cup oil
Dissolve soda in buttermilk. Dissolve yeast in water. Mix all ingredients together. Pinch off desired amount and knead on flour surface. Cut out rolls and put in greased pan. Bake at 450 degrees until golden brown (usually about 15 minutes). Keep dough in refrigerator to use as needed.