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Spinach-Ricotta...

Spinach-Ricotta Calzone

…the result, increase the amount of whole wheat flour next time. Place the dough in a lightly greased bowl or other rising container (an 8-cup measure works well), cover it, and let it rise until it's just about doubled in bulk, about 2 to 2 1/2 hours. Gently deflate the dough, and divide it in half. While…

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This bread is so...

This bread is so easy, you can make it with one hand tied behind your back

…working on the recipes for the book in 2005. Were we ahead of this no-knead curve, or what?! Or course, after Karen reminds me of the bread, I have to make it first thing Monday morning. It comes out beautifully—moist, tasty, and NO KNEADING REQUIRED. Now I'm anxious to resurrect this recipe and share it…

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Buttertop bread

Buttertop bread

…Gold is best used in sweet breads; it won’t do well in “lean” doughs (low in sugar and fat). But if you're baking any kind of sweet bread or rolls – sticky buns, cinnamon rolls, a sweet braid, challah – give SAF Gold a try. It's great to be able to reduce rising times from 3 or 4 hours down…

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No-Knead Thin-Crust...

No-Knead Thin-Crust Pizza: it doesn't get any easier than this.

…-knead thing – what are you waiting for? I'm a veteran bread baker, having started with Beard on Bread and Tassajara over 30 years ago. And I realize no-knead bread isn't a new concept; heck, remember that recipe for cottage cheese-dill batter bread that made the rounds back in the '70s? But Jeff and Zoë…

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Artisan breadsticks

Artisan breadsticks

…our recipe developers. Charlotte (l) develops our Baker's Catalogue recipes; Frank (center) helps formulate mixes, and develops recipes for our supermarket products (think self-rising flour, gluten-free flour, our new baking mix, etc.); and Gwen (r) comes up with a lot of the Baking Sheet recipes enjoyed…

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Easy biscuits for...

Easy biscuits for shortcake

…of my TWO NBFs in the kitchen: Self-Rising Flour, and All-Purpose Baking Mix. Both of these lower-protein flour blends are ideal for a whole range of baked treats, from pancakes and biscuits to cookies, cake, muffins, and quick breads (think banana bread). Self-rising flour includes both salt and baking…

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April Fools in the...

April Fools in the Kitchen

…a double batch of lavash when I was 12, just started baking. The recipe said let the dough rise for 4 hours. I had doubled everything else, so I went away for 8 hours. When we came home, the dough had flowed over the edge of the bread-bowl and sat there in the corner, looking like the Blob. A pirate…

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America's love...

America's love affair with pizza

…decided I'd best make the recipe and judge for myself. "Six individual 4" pies," the recipe says. Well, who has six 4" pie plates? Bingo! Our hamburger bun pan makes six 4" pies – apple, berry... or pizza. Since biscuit dough is SO easy, especially when you use self-rising flour, I chose that over pie…

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Whole wheat naan...

Whole wheat naan with raita

bread spread with soft butter and showered with cinnamon-sugar. Truth: I have no self-control when it comes to hot bread.) There comes a time, however, when heating up the kitchen to bake a loaf of bread – or even some quick rolls – tips you right over the steamy edge. A quick solution? Grilled bread.…

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Bake for Family Fun...

Bake for Family Fun in February!

…Family Fun Month, has a whole host of recipes, activities, and resources to keep you busy in the kitchen throughout the month with kids of all ages. And if you're looking for kid-approved recipe recommendations, try a few of our family favorites: Self-Rising Chocolate Chip Cookies, Crusty Cheese Loaves…

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Asiago Bagels

Asiago Bagels

…eat a Panera Asiago bagel, and boy, was it good! As any self-respecting baker would do, I said to myself, "Self, I can make this at home." I visited Panera's Web site to check the ingredients, as I often do when trying to mimic a restaurant recipe. And here's what I found: Unbleached enriched wheat flour…

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Whole Wheat...

Whole Wheat Baguettes

…not? Because we're giving this bread a couple of long, slow, cool rises, to increase its rich flavor; and slow, cool rises prefer less (rather than more) yeast. Note the bottom two pictures in the series above; the one on the left is the dough before its first rise, while the shot on the right is that…

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Sunflower Pizza...

Sunflower Pizza Crust

…nut butter, though; you still want some crunchy bits left. In the pan of your bread machine or mixing bowl combine: 3 cups (12 3/4 ounces) King Arthur Unbleached All -Purpose Flour 1 cup (4 ounces) King Arthur Self-Rising Flour 2 teaspoon instant yeast 1 tablespoon salt 1 3/4 cups water 1/3 cup sunflower…

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Shaker Chicken and...

Shaker Chicken and Noodle Soup with Biscuits

…into bowls. Enjoy! OK, let's talk a bit more about those biscuits – because I know you have questions. "What if I don't have self-rising flour?" No problem; follow our recipe for David Lee's Biscuits, which uses unbleached all-purpose flour. "Can I make the biscuits ahead?" Sure. Make anytime, and reheat…

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Holiday Appetizers

Holiday Appetizers

…-ranked appetizer recipe – don't miss it! See step-by-step instructions. Garlic and Parmesan Stuffed Mushrooms – No self-respecting appetizer roundup could fail to include baked stuffed mushrooms. Our version includes flavored olive oil, cheese, garlic, and crunchy Panko bread crumbs. Pizza Twists…

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Gluten-Free...

Gluten-Free Sourdough English Muffins

…well have taken a biscuit cutter to a loaf of bread and saved the money. My mission was in front of me, provoked by repeated disappointments and a longing for a chewy muffin full of flavor and butter-trapping dimples. I'm excited to share this recipe with you which, after many trials and adjustments…

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Pumpkin doughnuts

Pumpkin doughnuts

…each well about 3/4 full; the recipe makes about 15, so you'll need to bake in two batches (unless you have two muffin pans). Bake the doughnuts for 15 to 18 minutes, or until a cake tester inserted into the center of one comes out clean. If you're using self-rising flour, bake for the longer amount…

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Easy Gazpacho with...

Easy Gazpacho with Chive Mini Biscuits

…Flour* 1 tablespoon baking powder 2 tablespoons snipped fresh chives or dried chives 1/2 teaspoon salt *Substitute 2 cups King Arthur Unbleached Self-Rising Flour for the AP and pastry flours, if desired; if you make this substitution, add just 1  teaspoon of baking powder, and omit the salt. Add 1 cup…

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Polish Babka: an...

Polish Babka: an Easter tradition - and no need to knead!

…-boiled eggs. This particular babka recipe was inspired by one in our 1990 200th Anniversary Cookbook, which includes a wealth of recipes and information from cultures around the world. You'll notice that, despite being made with yeast, it's an easy batter bread; "no-knead" isn't as new a concept as…

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Thick Pizza Crust...

Thick Pizza Crust with Steak Bomb Topping

…Can you knead this dough using the dough cycle in your bread machine? Absolutely. Can you knead it by hand? Sure. It'll be a challenge, but if you let it rise overnight in the fridge, it'll continue to develop its gluten – basically, it'll self-knead – and all should be well by the next day. The dough…

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A tasty whole-grain...

A tasty whole-grain pizza crust

…just plain tasty. Here's my top choice when I reach for whole wheat flour: our organic white whole wheat. Organic, because it seems to rise better in yeast breads (maybe the yeast responds to the way the wheat was grown?) White wheat, rather than traditional red wheat, because I prefer the milder flavor…

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Bialys? They're...

Bialys? They're Greek to me

What's your favorite hot-bread memory? Butter-slathered cinnamon toast, set before you by your smiling mom as you seated your grumpy, school-bound self at the table? Tender, golden cornbread, mopped through hot bacon grease in a cast-iron skillet? Or how about a simple dinner roll, soft as a pillow…

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Caponata with garlic...

Caponata with garlic grilling bread

…. A delicious partner for bread. If you're not going to use it within several hours, cover the bowl and refrigerate it. Speaking of bread – Let's make some garlic grilling bread. I often start with dried minced garlic, since it's less likely to affect yeast bread's rise. (Did you know fresh garlic…

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Kitchen disasters...

Kitchen disasters redux (and my favorite brownie recipe)

…hefty loaf of bread. Around and around went the heavy dough in the metal bowl, lifted and turned and folded in upon itself by the dough hooks. The kneading went on and on, longer than usual, and it became apparent that something was not right: the dough wasn't its usual wonderful elastic self. It wasn't…

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