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The lemon pasta sounds delicious. I just might make that tonight.
I made homemade bread this morning. It's rising now.
I will try the lemon pasta though, it sounds yummy.
Making bread is easy, it's not as hard as some may think. Just follow any basic white bread recipe. The water has to be warm, not too hot. Add the yeast and stir it well. Get a bowl put the flour in it, stir the yeast again. With the end of a wooden spoon start stirring the flour and add the water slowly. Yes the end of a wooden spoon! Keep stirring until all the water has been added. It will be a sticky dough. Flour a surface, add the dough and flour the top of the dough and start kneeding. It doesn't matter how you kneed it. Add sprinkles of flour so it's not sticky but don't add too much. It should be smooth, not sticky.
You can cut it in half and make two loaves.
My other favourite thing to make is bundt pan pizza. Once your dough it made, grab balls the size of a meatball. Layer the bottom of a bundt pan, add some tomato sauce, just a tablespoon or so or more if you like, on top of each ball. cheese and whatever else you want. Make another layer of dough balls, cheese sauce etc. You don't have to be fancy. Bake it for approx 1 hour. It's so darn good!
From the recipe thread.
GuardianAngel wrote:I am ready for Christmas Eve! This is a big night for us as we have a feast of fish vegetables and endless other dishes.
I made a Pizza Bread. When I discovered this recipe a few years ago I made it quite often. I forgot all about it the last year or two, and came across it in my recipe's. I made the dough as well!
You can put whatever you want in it. This time I used, shredded three cheeses, roasted red peppers, and kalamata olives since it's no meat tomorrow.