Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Pin-ter-vention: HOME-MADE Bread and Zucchini...

... Ricotta Rolls.

It's time to share the Pinterest projects I've done this week for the Pin-ter-vention party! As I mentioned in last weeks post, I was going to try making this bread:

I altered the recipe {as usual} and it turned out brilliantly, I often have trouble making bread, but this loaf was very successful. My only alteration was that I used wholemeal Atta flour instead of rye and white flour. Here's what my loaf looked like:

Using the Bread {I made! - can you tell I'm proud of this loaf?} I constructed mini salmon sandwiches and the Zucchini Ricotta Rolls that are going around Pinterest. Here's how mine turned out:

Here's the recipe pin:

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  1. the bread looks AHmazing!!!! :o)

    I'm not one for salmon though... I've never tried making bread before, probably b/c my even my biscuits are normally more suited as weapons than food when I've attempted them... but hey, practice makes edible right?? :o)

  2. Tracey, I am the biggest bread fan in the whole entire world and yours looks so chewy and yummy!
    I also enjoyed your video (down below)
    You are an amazing artist, and I enjoyed watching you. ♥♥♥

  3. Jodi, Practice does make perfect {as with anything} but also I find a good recipe helps.

    I've experimented with many different methods before I stumbled across this one.

    It's an overcast day here in Brisbane, Australia and I've decided it's perfect weather for slow-cooked lamb and freshly made bread, so I've got another two loaves in the oven!

    I don't make many biscuits and have not got any tips or good recipes for you to try, sorry.

    Thanks for stopping by.

  4. Lisa, Thanks for the beautiful words Lisa. I do like my bread too!
    It's been a bit of a struggle to find a recipe that works well with wholemeal flour, turns out crisp on the outside and soft on the inside and is quick (no kneading). I think this is the one!
    I've got another batch in the oven today, the perfect rainy weather treat with Slow- Cooked lamb. (if it can make it until dinner - it's 9am here).

    Your comment about me being an amazing artist touched me. I really enjoyed creating that video (especially the painting bit!).

  5. your zuke-ricotta rolls look better than the original picture! yum!!

  6. Oh, thanks Stephanie, they were very tasty z-r rolls!