Chef John's Panettone
It takes three days to make this panettone, which I thought was otherwise a pretty straightforward bread recipe. Besides dried fruit, there are so many other things you can include, such as nuts, and chocolate chips, just in case this seems too healthy. Serve plain, with butter, or even better, toasted with butter.
Honey Wheat Oat Flour Bread Machine Bread
After getting our bread machine, we searched for our perfect daily loaf of bread. After some experimenting, we found this oat flour bread recipe! This flour blend gave us a light, sweet bread perfect for soft sandwiches, toast, or just eating straight out of the pan.
Honey Of An Oatmeal Bread
Our family goes through a loaf of this every day. Slightly sweet, and light. Great with dinner, and a favorite for sandwiches.
Olde Tavern Spoon Bread
Good ol' Southern-style spoon bread recipe made with a cornmeal mush, which adds extra moistness.
Essene Bread for the Bread Machine
It will take several days for the wheat berries to sprout before you can use them in this recipe. The reward for your patience is a hearty loaf packed with protein. Special care needs to be taken with this bread and the instructions need to be followed very carefully.
Chef John's Flour Tortillas
Homemade tortillas are so much better that if you do decide to give these a try, be warned that you'll have a very hard time ever going back to the packaged option again.
Rosemary Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls
These light-tasting dinner rolls are flavored with fresh rosemary and coarse salt.
Soft Dinner Rolls
These rolls are soft and delicious and mixing them up in a bread machine makes them easy.
Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Bread
You can use a bread machine or Kitchenaid to mix the dough for this not-too-sweet loaf.
Chef John's Sticky Buns
A soft buttery dough and crunchy caramel topping are the stars in Chef John's perfected pecan sticky bun recipe.
Chef John's Sourdough Bread
Make sourdough bread with minimal work and just a little bit of patience.
Chef John's Corn Tortillas
Here's my technique for making excellent corn tortillas every time! It takes some practice to master, but even the lousiest homemade corn tortilla is better than those cardboard store-bought ones. Make sure to let the dough rest so that it puffs up nicely while cooking.