100 Great Breads by Paul Hollywood

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  • Pita bread

    • SACarlson on February 10, 2019

      This is a very wet dough. I don't use bench flour, and I had to knead this for quite a long time. However, the bread came out beautifully.

  • Cypriot village bread (Koulouri)

    • Carol.Furness on September 24, 2017

      Lovely bread, the seeds give it a lovely crunch and flavour

  • Stilton and walnut whole-wheat loaf

    • mjes on September 12, 2021

      Stilton & walnut are such a classic combination that it naturally works well in bread. The bread portion of the recipe is solid but not special.

  • Beer bread

    • Jesmondgirl on February 26, 2021

      Since made this with lager and other beers. Always good. .

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Reviews about this book

  • Yum.Fi

    there are lots of bread books out in the marketplace. This one manages to barge its way in and carve a little space for itself, thanks to its general approach, recipe selection & overall good feeling.

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  • ISBN 10 1844031438
  • ISBN 13 9781844031436
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  • Published Mar 11 2004
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 142
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher Octopus Publishing Group
  • Imprint Cassell Illustrated

Publishers Text

Bread is the one common factor linking every culture together since the beginning of history. It holds a social and gastronomic significance for everybody. Paul Hollywood's love of this creative foodstuff has built him a thriving bakery and seen him creating breads for some of the country's most famous hotels. He believes in celebrating not only the breaking of bread, but the making of it too, and conveys his own love of bread-making and its therapeutic powers in this collection of recipes. From basic bread to breakfast breads, Mediterranean, traditional and ancient recipes, pizzas, muffins and cakes, these recipes take in every aspect of bread-making. They throw a fresh light on this seemingly simple food with a multitude of flavours, and a twist on the older ones.

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