Everyone seems to love challah bread! Start the dough in the breadmaker to make it an easier bake.
My whole family loves naan bread. We love it with Mediterranean food, as pizza crust, or just with hummus. So yesterday, I thought I would try making it at home. The naan tastes good but doesn't turn out quite like it's supposed to!
I had always thought that pan de sal means "bread of the morning," but it actually means "salted bread." This is interesting because these rolls are anything but salty. They're sweet, covered in breadcrumbs, and are really yummy for breakfast, lunch, snack, or as a corned beef sandwich.
This is my favorite Hawaiian Sweet Bread recipe! It is great for our large family because it makes multiple loaves, two loaves and one batch of rolls, or go with all rolls. It can't be made in the breadmaker because of the volume of the dough, but it is worth the effort.
Hawaiian Rolls from scratch! And if you have a large family, the recipe I use here is for you.
Making bread is fun! That is certainly not what I used to think though! Working with yeast scared me. And working with sticky dough even more! Today's bake is a sourdough french bread that I could use to make garlic bread.