Posts Tagged French
I thought I would talk about a perennial favorite of mine, the fluffernutter. A mouthful in more than just pronunciation! Its deliciousness being more than I can stand, I must give recipe now so that you can create (though some of you already know how).
2 slices bread (less fiberier the better)
1 TBSP peanut butter (I like it smooth)
1 TBSP marshmallow fluff/spread
Butter for grilling
Optional toppings of powdered sugar or melted chocolate
Prepare sandwich like a grilled cheese. Toast in skillet on high until crunchy on both sides & gooey in the middle. Serve with a dusting or drizzle & a large cup of milk. Cold.
Alternative: this makes an excellent & decadent French toast. Prep sandwich & dunk whole sandwich in egg mixture before grilling it up & drizzle with chocolate.
So there’s this recipe…
Called Artisan bread in 5 minutes a day, in a cookbook by the name name by two people, Jeff Hertzberg & Zoë François (got to be legit artisanal bread with a French woman as a co-author!). I finally stumbled upon it in my local library’s displace of the month: cooking. I said heck you say! Easy & tasty fancy looking bread? Let me at it! So I tried it out, as you can tell in the following photos. Basic Boule Recipe
Step one plus flour:
Step two Lightly lidded:
Step three pulled out into my permanent fridge storage container with WET hands:
Step four my ACTUAL loaf of deliciously cooked French Boule:
You think you want to try it yourself? Do it! It’s so easy you can hardly screw up the basic master recipe! It alone can be free shaped into a dozen breads! Freezes well & you can do a partial bake to take other places! I seriously suggest in investing in their book(s)!!
Have you ever baked bread before? Success? Failure? Difficulty?