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Spoon the polenta, flour, salt, bicarb and sugar into a bowl and mix them together. In another bowl, beat the yogurt with the eggs and melted butter. When the skillet is hot, remove it from the oven and place it on the stovetop. Beat the yogurt mixture evenly through the dry ingredients, and quickly spoon the mixture into the hot skillet. Smooth the top gently then place it back in the oven and bake for 20–25 minutes until it starts to pull away from the sides of the tin. The top won’t have coloured much but the base should be a deep golden brown. Remove from the oven then leave to cool slightly before turning out onto a serving plate. … [Read more...] about Easy bread recipes: how to make cornbread and oatmeal soda bread
Nadine Ingram’s giant Anzac biscuits Nadine Ingram, the founder of Sydney’s cult-status bakery Flour and Stone, likes her Anzacs slightly crispier, extra coconutty and XL-sized. “There are many inferior competitors to rival the Anzac biscuit, but none that evoke such a sense of home and country,” she says. … [Read more...] about Chewy or crisp? Which Anzac biscuit recipe should you bake?
Spelt cider sunflower seed loaf Cider gives this bread the acid hit that you might expect from a sourdough, in a fraction of the time. Because spelt flour's structure is different from wheat's, you'll need to handle this dough slightly less than you might usually, and take care not to let it rise for too long (otherwise it'll grow fragile and collapse before it even reaches the oven). As for accompaniments, I can think of no better way to serve this than with a few slices of cheddar, strong chutney and (what else?) a glass of crisp, cold cider. … [Read more...] about A splash of cider for cakes and bakes