More recipes in my folder: Quick Food, Not Fast Food. Info on the book:
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To mix it up a bit, I have some bread recipes to post! Bread naturally takes longer to make than the recipes I normally post (in terms of waiting for it to rise, not in terms of active work on it), but it's a very rewarding process. I've noticed that many people are scared of making bread at home, under the impression that it's too complex for the average mortal. Well! It's true that to achieve baguettes just like the baker's requires a special kind of dedication, training and ingredients, but there are hundreds of kinds of bread around the world, most of which do not require any special expertise or equipment, just patience, love of working the dough with your hands, and a regular kitchen oven. No breadmaker needed!
And to begin with, this Turkish bread entirely made, left to rise, and then baked while I had friends over – we devoured it as soon as it came out of the oven, but I managed to snap a photo...