This delicious Jalapeño-Cheddar Sourdough Bread is made with pickled Jalapeños, sharp cheddar cheese and garlic chives. Perfect with soup or on its own.
According to history, Luciano Pancaldo, a baker from Ferrara, a town in the north of Italy developed this bread inspired by the bread recipe for D’Este family, the rulers of Ferrara. Their bread was full of rosemary and had light crumb and golden crust, decorated with salt which resembles diamonds.
Indian paratha bread is filled with a rich blue cheese and served beside a light watermelon, cheese, and cucumber salad for a balancing summer pair.
The traditional Georgian bread is stuffed with an Aged Havarti cheese for awesome flavor, especially when it is still warm, right out of the oven.
Roasting vegetables takes time, but creates amazing flavor that cannot be otherwise obtained. Create this warm and zesty soup, it is worth the wait.
Omelettes are a universal item that is enjoyed a variety of ways around the world. This Indian-style omelette is flat and filled with vegetables and spices.
Traditionally, Rúgbrauð is baked buried in the ground near hot springs. If you don’t have access to hot springs at home, adding a water bath to your oven to create steam will work just fine.