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Who can resist the aroma of freshly baked bread? People without a sense of smell.
I am a huge bread lover. I mean, I eat bread with every meal in many different forms. It may be as a classic bread loaf, little rolls, garlic knots, buns for burgers, or cracker form. Whatever it may be, I have some sort of bread with me at the table. I just cannot pass up a good basket of bread that is full of delicious butter or garlic or oil. I always have multiple types of bread on hand. For example, right now I have sliced bread, pita bread and garlic knots in my fridge. Yep, I am totally stocked.
Since I love bread so much, I thought it would be a good idea to learn to make my own. I know bread can be a little complicated, and even somewhat annoying sometimes, but I figured if I love it so much and eat it daily, I might as well go through the trouble of learning.
I decided to start off with the easy stuff, such as no yeast rolls or Dutch oven bread. Both were simple and quite delicious and then I ran into this recipe. It is the perfect on the go recipe to have stocked up in your pantry and you will love the taste!
Photo and recipe courtesy of The Fresh Loaf.
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Quick Tip: Serve with your favorite topping: butter, jam, etc.