Nothing is less motivating than being stuck at home and having no way to be productive and reduce stress all at the same time.
Here's what we'd make if we were you.
The smooth tahini paste rolled inside flaky, sweet dough makes this pastry truly remarkable.
Try your hand at this classic recipe, usually made during Jewish holidays but time is definitely on your side so no need to wait! This recipe makes two loaves. Once they come to room temperature, I usually cover them with stretch film, place in a Ziploc bag, and freeze to eat later. Also, you can use Challah to make bread pudding and French toast.
These dinner rolls are light, fluffy, buttery, and kind of amazing. The best part of these is that they are so simple to make – taking less than two hours from start to finish. They’re practically impossible to mess up and your result will get oohs and aahs from the admiring masses.
Rosemary Buttermilk Rolls bake up perfectly soft and speckled with fresh rosemary. This makes them absolutely perfect alongside your baked ham or golden roasted turkey.
These are chewy, the perfect balance of cinnamon and sweet, and so comforting you’ll want to give it a hug.
The foolproof easy to make, delicious, and simple pita bread is a great recipe to make with pantry staples.
Each bagel is hand-rolled, boiled in honey water, and cooked in a wood-fired oven that was designed to both cook and flavor the bagel. What comes out of this process is a chewy, slightly sweet bagel that is incomparable to any other bagel being made today.