Tag: rolls

  • ricotta dinner rolls

    ricotta dinner rolls

    It turns out you can substitute ricotta for sour cream with good results! This recipe for sour cream yeast rolls was the base recipe, and I simply substituted ricotta cheese for the sour cream. It worked out great! ricotta dinner rolls  ingredients  2 and 1/2 cups all purpose flour 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 2 and…

  • garlic rolls

    garlic rolls

    Greetings! I know garlic confit sounds a little fancy, but it’s basically slow cooking a bunch of peeled garlic cloves in oil in a 200 degree F. oven to bring out their sweetness as well as make them soft and spreadable. This takes about 2 hours in the oven, though, so if you’d rather not,…

  • blackberry cream cheese kolaches

    blackberry cream cheese kolaches

    Happy September! Hope you are doing well considering how 2020 is shaping up to be thus far! Hang in there! ūüėČ I made these three times. I wasn’t planning to, but somehow “third time’s the charm” always seems to apply whenever I’m trying out a new recipe. This utility pole with a “3” sign on…

  • cocoles de anis

    cocoles de anis

    This is my take on a very traditional pan dulce mexicano. Cocoles de Piloncillo y Anis is probably the oldest type of bread that still exists and is still being made in all parts of Mexico. It is traditionally made with wheat flour, milk, eggs, and some local ingredients. I took liberties with the recipe…

  • cherry rye hot cross buns

    cherry rye hot cross buns

    This is based on 101 cookbooks’ recipe for Black Bread, substituting the carrots and caraway seeds with dried sour cherries. This came about because I’ve been wanting to make hot cross buns, but¬†also wanting to use more rye and whole grains in my bread baking, so this is the culmination of those two goals. I…

  • brioche ice cream sandwiches

    brioche ice cream sandwiches

    Is making brioche dough relaxing, or is it a pain?¬†Do you ever start doing something, only to¬†lose interest in the middle of it? Making brioche dough is perfect for that. Because right when you want to take a break, the recipe gives you one, telling you to put everything away and call it a day.…

  • pumpkin rose rolls

    pumpkin rose rolls

    Happy Fall! It’s been great having¬†the last¬†couple of days off, which has allowed me to update more times this week than in previous weeks. ‘Tis the season. Pumpkin season. It is almost a rule¬†that if you have a baking blog, and it is Autumn, you pretty much need to have at least one recipe with…

  • pain aux raisins

    pain aux raisins

    I spoke too soon when I said that I was sweating less these days. Not exactly. It is true that we have slightly cooler temperatures here in the Pacific Northwest now that fall is here, but between the heat from our TV, the dishwasher, and of course the oven, and the tendency of this apartment…

  • pan de leche

    pan de leche

    ¬†¬† Milk Buns. Milk bread is the literal translation. Not that there is a lot of milk in it; there is only 1/2 cup. But it is soft and white and reminiscent of milk. I like¬†how soft and fluffy these are. You can probably make this without the vital wheat gluten, but it may get…