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Mango Curd Bread

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com A lightly sweetened yeast bread filled with homemade mango curd. Perfect to go with a cup of tea for a satisfying and delicious breakfast. Mango curd filling can be replaced with lemon curd or vanilla custard. If you fancy a richer bread roll, use cinnamon roll dough instead. 300 g Refined spelt flour 5 …

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Green Garlic & Pea Bruschetta with Chevre

These little cheesy pea toasts would be lovely with a bowl of soup, or cold cuts, or tuna salad, or a light green salad for lunch. Or if  you are prepared to eat enough of them, just a radish or two on the side. They would also do nicely passed as an appetizer.  It would be a bit fiddly to …

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Seedy Bread Rolls with Broccoli Sprouts

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com Delicious bread rolls, packed with flavour, healthy seeds and cancer-fighting broccoli sprouts. They are great served as a satisfying breakfast or a scrumptious lunch sandwich with avocado and radish. Broccoli sprouts©angiesrecipes are one of the most potent cancer-fighting foods because they contain extremely high levels of sulforaphane. Sulforaphane …

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Asparagus Salad with Garlicky Dried Tomato Dressing

I see lots of recipes calling for both asparagus and tomatoes, but I am never really convinced that they go together all that well. In spite of that I decided to try making a dressing that would use up some of our large store of dried tomatoes and last season’s garlic. I really loved the resulting dressing, and it went …

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Oladi – Russian Yeast-Raised Pancakes

Russian, I’m saying, but versions of these are found all over eastern Europe. Until the advent of baking soda and baking powder, all baked goods were raised with yeast. Native North Americans raised their cornbreads with alkaline wood ashes, as yeast would do nothing with their gluten-free corn. European settlers created more refined versions and since then it seems most …

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Oatmeal Scones

I’ve made scones with leftover cooked oatmeal before, but these do not require such a level of advance planning, or lack of advance planning, whichever it is that produces quantities of leftover cooked oatmeal. These don’t need the overnight soak that Oatmeal Farls require, either, although I will admit I like the Oatmeal Farls just a little better. These will …

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Spelt Flower Bread

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com Three layers of almond chocolate spread sandwiched between soft sweet spelt bread and twisted into a flower shape, this spelt bread is amazing both for its appearance and its taste. It’s not at all difficult to make and perfect to bring to a garden tea party or an …

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Scottish Farmhouse Eggs

I first came across this recipe at Epicurious but a little research suggests that it is in fact a fairly traditional Scottish egg dish. You will note that many of the quantities are a bit vague, and there are a number of choices. It is that kind of a dish – use what you have and what you like. I …

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Rye Soda Bread

Rye flour does not make the lightest of baked goods and this is certainly no exception. Still, in a soda bread it rises sufficiently and it slices very nicely into thin slices. It’s lovely with butter, cheese, or summer sausage. Mr. Ferdzy cheerfully piled it with jam, about which I am not so sure, but maybe. I originally made this …

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Carrot & Tomato Soup with Garlic Croutons

By itself, this is a very fast and simple soup. The garlic croutons do a lot to lift it out of the ordinary, so do make them. They are really not hard either. I used cheese bread for my croutons which in the face of the garlic was a bit subtle, but in fact did come through and was very …

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