Tired of pouring sourdough discard down the drain now that you are all about that fresh bread lifestyle? Relish instructor Paula Costa shares her recipe for tender, tangy biscuits that might give you more reasons to save your starter for breakfast or dinner.
Imagine a crepe and an omelette had a love child and covered it with a tangy salad. Intrigued? Dutch baby is like a giant puffy pancake— part popover, part soufflé and all delicious. Making it feels a bit like a magic trick since you put a pan of liquid batter into the oven and in no time it blooms up into a crispy, golden puffball (kids will happily sit in front of the oven glass and watch its progress with awe).
Dutch baby is also like a distant but beloved cousin of the cheddar soufflé in my first book. It’s easier and faster than soufflé, though, and while it’s not as luxurious, it’s still incredibly tasty and satisfying. And since it always looks like a salad bowl to me, I add greens and make it true!
This Mother's Day is certainly unlike many other's we may have celebrated in the past. Many of us are unable to be with our children or parents but hopefully we will be able to connect virtually, socially distanced or by sending warm thoughts to the person who has been there for many of our firsts. This simple breakfast is easy for the kids to put together and serve mom, breakfast in bed!
Frittata can be made with almost anything you have in the fridge and want to use up. Just ensure the ingredients are cooked before combining them with the egg mixture. (Recipe from Best Of Bridge - Sunday Suppers, Robert Rose Publishing 2017)
We didn't develop this recipe, it came from a baker in New York City, but it has to be the easiest artisan-style bread to make. Be careful you don't get addicted to it because you can't help but make it everyday.