Dough by Richard Bertinet
Richard Bertinet takes you on a journey of development, so that once you have mastered the simple recipes, you can use them to create more innovative and advanced creations.
All the breads take less than one hour, with advice on how to make bread in advance, use the freezer and above all, comes the knowledge from a master-baker of how to make the perfect dough.
This award winning book is an invaluable guide on how to make simple contemporary bread. Richard Bertinet brings back the fun to breadmaking with his practical and easy approach so you will never want to buy a supermarket loaf again. He uses a method of 'working' the dough rather than 'kneading' it, allowing air and therefore lightness to prevail so you don't create that well-known home-made brick bread. The five chapters start with a basic bread - White, Olive Oil, Brown, Rye and Sweet - and from this 'parent' dough you can make a vast variety of breads really easily.
There are breads for every occasion - bake a pile of scones for tea, make pizza dough with the kids or friends, impress your guests with puff balls for supper, knock up a tantalising focaccia for an informal lunch or treat yourself to a honey and lavender loaf for breakfast - the choices are endless as once you've mastered a 'parent' dough you can experiment with your own favourite flavours. Making any of these imaginative breads is bound to lighten your mood and brighten your meal.