This is not a traditional pasta dough by any means. Of course that’s because it contains no gluten or eggs. I’ve experimented many times over the past few years on how to get a similar pasta dough to the one I used to make before switching my diet. My favorite dough is this one, and it is very simple to make. What’s the secret ingredient??? Read on to find out!
Archive for March, 2012
It’s that time of year again…spring has sprung! The snow drops have gone, the croci are just about over and the daffodils are in full bloom. In a couple of weeks my tulips will be out, and it will be Easter. Whether or not you celebrate that holiday, you can still enjoy these delicious hot cross buns. Traditionally hot cross buns are made with candied fruit, raisins, orange peel, etc., but I decided to make a bun I’d actually want to eat more than once, and bananas and chocolate immediately came to mind.
Oh boy oh boy…what a day I have had making these doughnuts and filming every single part of the process in between. Phew! I’m wiped out, but you know what? After I bit into one of these delicious little doughnuts it all became worth it. I’m not gonna lie though, this is a long process, and that is mainly because this is a recipe for yeast doughnuts not cake doughnuts. No need for one of those popular “donut baking pans” because these are getting fried!
This is possibly the easiest dessert recipe involving apples that I’ve ever posted, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t delicious! I filmed myself making these in full HD, which I really enjoy doing in addition to taking photographs because it gives you an even better idea what these apples turn into – gorgeous parcels packed full of flavor!