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Product Review: Katz Gluten Free Large Challah Rolls (gluten free bread/ rolls) by Karen .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 06 Mar 2009 2:13pm The Gluten Free sent me a pack of these Katz Gluten Free large challah rolls to test out. They come in a  three pack and should be stored frozen for best results. They sell for $4.29 for a .72 lb package and can be consumed alone or in a sandwich. The first thing I noticed is that these hearty rolls are quite large and have the a ... Read on »
Ultimate Bread Roll Recipe by Carolin K. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 26 Jan 2010 8:11am Thanks for visiting! I made this bread yesterday as I was on a 24-hour fast. If you’re not used to making bread from scratch you should really give it a try. It is: I fasted yesterday to cut down calories and lose weight and it gave me such an energy kick. Th ... Read on »
Gluten free bread rolls (Brötchen!) by Lauren D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Apr 2009 12:37am I've been on a German-breakfast kick lately and made it a goal to create some little bread rolls for this purpose. I based these on Karina's focaccia bread recipe, which has become a favorite base-recipe around here for all sorts of variations, and they turned out awesome! They are crusty on the outside and soft and squishy on the inside, ... Read on »
No-knead Yeasted Banana Cardamom Bread Rolls by Aparna Posted Thu 01 Jul 2010 12:00am There are a lot of people who really like bananas and so I’m assuming that they would also like banana bread, given the number of recipes one can find for it on the net. Well, I’m one of those who enjoy bananas as fruit but not in bakes. Any more out there like me in this preference? In fact, the only banana bake recipe I have on ... Read on »
Pav Bhaji With Home-made Laadi Pav (Spicy Indian Vegetable Curry With Bread Rolls) by Aparna Posted Mon 02 Aug 2010 12:00am Street food is the same all across the world in some aspects. It’s made from locally available ingredients, freshly made, tasty, filling, and easy on the pocket. It isn’t much different in India. Mention street food and each state in India has its own local favourites, but some have moved across state borders to become popular in mo ... Read on »
Whole Wheat Bread, Rolls and Pizza Crusts by Jane S. Posted Wed 12 Oct 2011 2:27pm It has probably been close to 30 years ago that I developed a passion for baking our own bread. I invested in a Bosch mixer and a electric grinder to grind my own grains. Both are still in perfect working order, and trust me these machines have been used and abused. While our boys were growing up, they could have lived on bread alone! I would t ... Read on »
Baked Beans and Shrimp stuffed Bread Rolls by Sutapa.G Posted Fri 21 Oct 2011 12:18pm When festive season is over and still you don’t came out from the hangover of all the fun what do you do..... I call few friends and arrange a snacks party. Good thing about this party is all of my friends bring their favorite snacks and with them I get the inspiration to create a lip smacking snacks… stuffed bread rolls with baked be ... Read on »
Sunnuntai Sämpylät - Sunday Bread Rolls by Maria L. Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 12:00am     Sunday mornings call for baking. When the smell of fresh bread filled my kitchen I knew the day had started just right. Warm bread rolls smothered with fruit spread and a big cup of tea was perfection. Peaceful and lazy Sunday was exactly what I needed ahead of a busy week. Sunnuntaiaamut kutsuvat leipomaa ... Read on »
We Knead To Bake #15 : Japanese Melon Pan (Crunchy Cookie Covered Bread Rolls) by Aparna Posted Sun 23 Mar 2014 10:07pm T here’s something about the way the Japanese do a lot of things that just different. They pay attention to the smallest details and there’s a lot of effort and care that goes into what they do. Think about simplicity and beauty of their Bonsai , Ikebana , Origami or Japanese gardens , for example and you know what I ... Read on »
We Knead To Bake #17 : Petit Pains au Lait (French Milk Bread/ Rolls) by Aparna Posted Sat 24 May 2014 12:00am It that time of the month once again, when members of the We Knead To Bake group of bread bakers post their bread. This month’s choice of bread was a simple and very easy bread – Petit Pains au Lait which is are classic and soft French milk rolls. Petit Pains au Lait translates to English as small or little milk breads. They ... Read on »