It’s time for another Sourdough Surprises challenge! This month, we were asked to make gozleme, which is a traditional Turkish dish. It’s made with a dough (which can be made with or without yest) which is rolled out thinly, spread with some filling, and folded, to make some sort of flat parcel. The most interesting part is that they are then cooked on a griddle, so they only take a few minutes!
Today I bring you another Argentine recipe. This is possibly the quintessential winter meal over here. It’s fairly simple, but very hearty and oh so good. Let me introduce you to… the lentil stew.
Hello everyone! As you can see, this month I’m super late for my Daring Bakers post. The end of the semester has been keeping me busy, but I couldn’t miss this post because hello, cinnamon rolls! I looove cinnamon rolls but I had only made them twice so far, so I was super excited about this challenge.
I’m here with another Sourdough Surprises challenge, although this one is admittedly late. We were asked to make sourdough battered fried goodies. Sounds good right??
I thought the default onions would be neat, since I had never made onion rings before. But I also threw in some apples and oreos (yeah, oreos – more on that later).
Hi guys! Had you ever heard of wacky cake? It’s also known as crazy or depression cake, and the wacky thing about it is that it’s made without eggs, milk or butter. The recipe is said to have been created during depression times, when resources where scarce; hence the lack of dairy. Of course, by today’s standards, this cake also happens to be vegan.