A clear and concise introduction outlines the basic principles behind bread-making. This describes and demonstrates in an easy-to-follow photographic step-by-step format the essential basics of bread making from mixing dough to baking the loaf. There is also a concise directory of useful baking equipment, from baking pans to bannetons.
The heart of the book is the recipe section, featuring 55 best-loved, famous and popular bread from every corner of the world and all the major cuisines. This embraces all the traditional favourites, such as English Muffins, Bagels, Croissants and Baguettes, as well as more unusual ideas, such as Sicillian Scroll, Russian Potato Bread and Sunshine Loaf.
Every recipe is illustrated with a colour picture showing what the finished bread should look like and a step-by-step sequence to show the techniques and processes involved.
With more than 270 inspiring colour photographs, cook's tips, hints and expert guidance throughout, this is the perfect introduction to bread making, as well as an invaluable kitchen reference for more advanced bakers who want to try something exciting and new.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2008|
|Número de Páginas||96|