えっ？イギリスのパン？ イギリスのパンで特徴的なパンはあまり思い浮かばないけれど、、何故か、このパンはとても美味しそうに見えて機会があったら「試すファイル」に入っていました。 まぁ〜もっともイギリスはクリスマスケーキ本場の国。レーズンも多種類。フルーツをたっぷりといれて作るクリスマスケーキ。TESCOで買うフルーツパンも意外に美味しかったわ！グレート・ブリティッシュ・シェフのサイトからのレシピなので失敗なしだと願いながら、、クリスマスケーキ風フルーツパンの記憶を思い出しながら「イギリスの葡萄パン」を作ってみました。
Fresh corn comes abundant during the summer time. I love steaming it for about 4 to 5 minutes leaving a few layers of the outer skin which lets the corn stay fresh for a couple more days than steaming it naked.
Pain Perdu, this directly translates as ‘French Toast‘ but although one of my favorite bakery in Tokyo makes a Pain Perdu – to me it is equivalent to what I or we used to call ‘Bread Pudding’ or ‘Custard Bread Pudding’ in the British-Irish food culture.
It’s Mother’s Day today. Mom often mumbles to reminisce the times in lives once lived in Cork, Ireland for a long period of time. One of her favorite breads being ‘the Irish Barmbrack’,
When strawberries are in season, this is a extremely but gorgeous mousse cake – not only for toddlers, children just strange to notice that men love strawberries as well. Ah, well….I think strawberries are an all round player for confectioneries and sweets. As the weather is warming up, it’s a nice dessert to have in your fridge!!!! 苺のシーズン、、まだ間に合います。苺のムース。 超！簡単です。ゴージャスなデザートがアッと言う間に出来上がります。 おいしい🎶おいしい🎶おいしい♬ そんな声が聞こえてきました💗 Strawberry Mousse Recipe – Ingrédients: Strawberry 1 pack approx. 320g Lemon Juice 12g Granulated Sugar 80g + 40g Water Powder Gelatin or Plate Gelatin 8g + 40g Water 200g Fresh Cream Fruit of your choice to decorate < TO MAKE > Combine the gelatine and water and let it soak (until soft or dissolve) for about 10 minutes. Heat the granulated sugar and water, mix it well or let it dissolve completely to make a syrup. Wash the strawberries and place it in a food processor to make a puree. Add lemon juice and the syrup, …
Pain de Campagne. ‘Country bread’ as what the French named this bread but these days it’s considered as ‘healthy’ and/or an ‘organic’ bread amongst health freaks.
Making pizzas are not difficult, yet delivery pizzas come super convenient and super fast. Domino Pizza, Pizza Hut, Pizza-La…many many more, yes!, the Japanese also love pizza occasionally but not everyday. The downside is (I think) it’s rather expensive compared to the other western countries.
‘Cheese Curry Bread’, a recipe trial from one of my favorite bakery chef. His shop is located in a residential area of Takanawa (near Shinagawa Station) which his link to fb site – BOULANGERIE SEIJI ASAKURA. He seems to be French Bread baker studied in France and opened up his own shop in the posh residential area of Tokyo.
Not a common interest only but for bread makers and baking lovers, who may be kept wondering, does a ‘frozen dough’ work?