Traditional Breads For Your Breadmaker

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Random House, Nov 18, 2013 - Cooking - 176 pages
This book is an exciting fusion of old and new - the recipes for the best traditional breads from across the UK for the very contemporary kitchen machine, the breadmaker. It picks up on the current growing interest in fresh, local produce enabling you to make great regional breads with delicious local specialities. And breadmakers grow ever more popular: there are more than two million in the UK alone, with inexpensive models that everyone can afford becoming increasingly widely available. Traditional British Breads For Your Breadmaker is aimed at novice and expert bakers alike and, for the first time, presents both favourite and lesser known traditional British recipes for breadmaker cooking. Featuring classic favourites (Sally Lunn Buns, Scottish Bannocks, Welsh Pikelets, Grasmere Gingerbread, Irish Soda Farls) and almost-forgotten delicacies (Crempog - a kind of Welsh pancake, Kentish Huffins, Bury Black Pudding Cake). In addition, Karen has created new recipes using traditional regional ingredients such as tayberries from Scotland in Oat and Tayberry Breakfast Buns and Knockamore Cheese from Ireland in Guinness and Knockamore Bread. Karen's unique collection of recipes is the must-have breadmaker cookbook.
 

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Contents

Cover
Breadmaking Ingredients
The West Country
South East
Eastern Counties
Midlands
The North
Wales
Northern Ireland
Scotland
Troubleshooting
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Karen Saunders is the author of The Breadmaker Bible, and the small books, Allinson Bread which sold over 250,000 (mainly through Sainsbury) and Allinson Continental Deli Cookbook which sold over 125,000. She is a qualified home economist and an expert in breadmaking, working closely with the Allison Baking Club, developing recipes and offering help and advice to members. Karen lives in Somerset with her husband and son.

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