Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine Review
|Title:||Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine: Beautiful Loaves and Flatbreads from All Over the World|
|Published:||November 3, 2020, Harvard Common Press|
|No. of Pages:||208|
|Cover Price:||$26.99 Paperback|
Anyone who uses their automatic bread machine often probably knows that the dough function is a great time and energy saver. Although loaves turn out well when baked in some machines, it’s more fun to shape your dough and bake it in conventional pans or free-form. And since artisan breads are a big trend, Making Artisan Breads in the Bread Machine: Beautiful Loaves and Flatbreads from All Over the World is a great cookbook to add to your collection. The author, Michele Anderson, has not only included simple artisan bread that is similar to that at fancy bakeries and higher end grocery store bakeries, but also loaves from all over the world. She obviously has a good imagination, and it’s difficult to go through the book without having trouble deciding which loaf to make next.
The variety of bread recipes is amazing, and having already tried a few, I found that they are easy to follow and turn out picture perfect. There are photographs of most of the breads, and the best thing about those pictures is that they are of finished products that may not be perfect such as a food stylist might shoot, but they look like they came out of a real kitchen.
There are recipes for white breads, whole grain breads, bagels, and rolls. There are recipes for Italian breads, German breads, and others from all over the world. The best part is that the dough is made in the bread machine and then most loaves are shaped and baked in a conventional oven. However there are also some that can be done right in the bread machine from start to finish.
Anyone who wants to utilize their automatic bread machine will find themselves using this excellent cookbook almost every day.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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