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Lavash can be a soft flatbread, but Jessamyn Waldman developed this recipe based on Armenian-style lavash, which is very crisp and dusted with seeds or spices.
Get baking success every time with recipes like the following, from Fleischmann's Yeast.
Adding potatoes to bread adds moisture and creamy texture, bacon adds saltiness, and caramelized onions contribute sweetness. All together, these flavors make for one delicious bread that's brilliant together with roasted meat or a substantial dinner salad.
Classic soft pretzels make entertaining easy. Store them in the freezer for up to three months for make-ahead party food.
These soft, chewy breadsticks make great dippers on an appetizer or snack tray.
As one story goes, this yeast bread was named by a man whose wife didn't bake, but served him gruel every day. In desperation, he baked the bread while mumbling about his wife, Anna. He must have been a good baker because his cornmeal-molasses bread remains a favorite. Slice the bread and serve with jam or to make sandwiches.
After tossing the ingredients and spreading them in a pan, Melissa Rubel Jacobson chills the stuffing for at least an hour before baking. This ensures that the bread soaks up the liquid -- key to a stuffing that's crisp on top and moist within. Variations on this basic recipe are easy, such as Bacon, Onion and Rye Bread Stuffing and Whole-Grain Stuffing with Apples, Sausage and Pecans.
Try this savory potato bread recipe made with Gold Medal® flour from Betty Crocker.
Serving this rich yeast bread is a Hanukkah tradition. Shape the dough into a Star of David or a braid for a classic look.
Fast, flavorful, and fun describes this pretzel snack to serve sweetened or plain, with cheese or mustard. Working with refrigerated break sticks makes the shaping easy enough for kids to help.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... A little bit of Italy and a whole lot of fresh flavor makes these mini-focaccias the perfect yummy snack or a just-right side dish with your favorite pasta dinner.
Flat and round like Italian focaccia (foh-CAH-chee-ah) bread, this sweet spin-off starts with frozen cinnamon roll dough.
Bake this savory quick bread as a loaf or, even quicker, as drop biscuits.
If you don't have a bread stone, shape the dough in a circle on a greased, unheated baking sheet to bake the focaccia (foh-KAH-chyah). Serve the round bread on its own and with soups and salads.
Whip this dish together with leftover or store-bought mashed potatoes--or use instant potatoes, or mash still-hot baked potatoes. Serve with a salad.
Carrot may seem a surprising addition to a sweet bread, but it's actually a perfect fitit adds moisture and it's a sneaky way to add more veggies to your diet.