Foodie Alchemist

My inspirations from flipping through recipes and tinkering with the ingredients in my pantry

My Ugly Bread

on January 24, 2014

I’ve been using the water roux method to make my bread as the bread will still be soft and moist the next day. If not for the fact that I was always too greedy when adding the currants and nuts, the bread would have looked better – smooth and plump.

And so, I divided the dough and gave them different flavours using leftover Turkey ham and cream cheese.

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Nothing fanciful here, but still yummy all the same.

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