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  1. Malted Multigrain Bread

    Malted Multigrain Bread Like a supercharged granary loaf this malted sandwich bread recipe combines BakeryBits range of grains and seeds – sunflower, linseed, oats, pumpkin, and corn – with one of my favourite flours from way back. Matthew’s Organic Cotswold Crunch is a white wheat flour mixed with powdered malt and rolled and toasted malted barley grains. Making an exceptional granary-style sandwich bread: perfect... Read more...
  2. French-Style Crusty White Bread

    French-Style Crusty White Bread Though I’ve called this white bread, the flour I’ve used here is a French stoneground variety from the Foricher les Moulins, near Paris, called Farine de Meule and it produces a crumb with a light caramel colour and a rich wheaten flavour. It’s not 100% wholemeal as it has only some of the bran finely milled into it, meaning that it has a close crumb (fewer air bubbles) compared ... Read more...
  3. Mixed-Wheat Flatbread

    Mixed-Wheat Flatbread Simple flatbreads can easily be made at home using BakeryBits’ traditional Welsh Bakestone: a handy steel plate, often called a griddle, that sits on a stovetop. Perfect for cooking all kinds of flatbreads as you can get a spatula underneath the edge of the bread easily without the nuisance of a frying-pan’s rim. This easy yeast-free recipe uses two-thirds wholemeal flour and one-... Read more...
  4. Three-Grain Soda Bread

    Three-Grain Soda Bread A trio of grains – wheat and rye flours, plus oats - give this simple soda bread lots of flavour. The porter, a kind of very dark beer (Guinness is porter), adds both dark colour and a gentle hoppy malted flavour which I like, but you can replace it with the equivalent amount of water or milk with 10g Organic Meridian Fairtrade Blackstrap Molasses, or 5g of our Roasted Barley Malt Powder ... Read more...
  5. Almost White Bread

    Almost White Bread Making your first loaf of bread, and you want something that's like a regular white loaf but a bit more special? Then this very easy almost-white loaf based on my 2009 failsafe white bread recipe from The Guardian will be a great place to start. Quick to mix together, almost no kneading, and rich with flavour. You can make it with all-white flour but start with a little experimentation. Choose one... Read more...
  6. Glassa for Panettone

    Glassa for Panettone A crisp, nutty, sugary topping for panettone, with a slight crunch from the ground cornmeal and a hint of chocolate from the cocoa. It can be made up to a week ahead and stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator. Rice flour gives a more enjoyable texture to the ‘glassa’ when you chew it – in Italy a mixture of potato starch and rice flour is often used – but if you need to ... Read more...

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