This is a classic lovable dinner roll recipe, made seasonal by forming fun shapes and flavored with seasoned butter. Make it your own by swapping out your favorite SKORDO blend into the butters and play around with different shapes! I used herby SKORDO Greek Seasoning on my “turkey” rolls and SKORDO Chipotle Maple on my “pumpkin” rolls for a little orange hue and warm, spiced flavor. These rolls are so delicious because they are brushed with butter multiple times throughout the process, so don’t hold back! You can choose to make these all in one day, or set them in the fridge overnight if you’re not rushed. Have fun with it!
Enjoy delicious sweet and savory galettes with your favorite local produce. Here we used our reliable food processor crust recipe, withheld most of the sugar, and had two beautiful tarts/galettes in just over an hour. Enjoy!
Ideal blend? A blend that can go on everything. Ideal bread? Bread you can serve with everything. With this recipe, you can have a fluffy, seeded white bread in just about 3 hours (or quicker with a mixer!). I went on to turn this into a yummy Egg Salad Sandwich, a BLT, crostinis for a cheese platter, and some croutons with the ends! Only regret? Not making another loaf.
Is there anything better than fresh out of the oven scones? This recipe is a great base dough that allows for endless personalization. I made a quick batch last night and am looking forward to baking a set with different flavors on Sunday.
Nothing beats a buttery biscuit for breakfast. I made these to serve with Sausage Gravy, but they would make delicious shortcakes or egg sandwiches just as easily. Each time I make a batch, I bake half + freeze the other. This leaves me with about 6 biscuits ready to be baked on demand over the next few weeks.
The perfect recipe for all the zucchinis available this time of year, Za'atar Zucchini and Mascarpone Slab Galette... we made this at our big family dinner the other night and even the meat lovers were coming back for seconds. We love the flaky, buttery cornmeal crust (it actually has flavor!), and the creamy mascarpone paired with toasted spices and zucchini make a wonderfully delicious dish.
I’ve never been a fan of flowers, gifting or receiving, but floral sugar is certainly something I can get behind. All the smells, all the beautiful colors, no watering or responsibilities. This blend of hibiscus, rose, and lavender is so stunning- I just want to sprinkle it on everything. To start your morning on the right foot, I suggest a shimmer of Posy in your latte as you prepare this French Toast recipe. Simple, with a subtle touch of something special!
Yorkshire Pudding and Brown Gravy…these are ‘gotta-haves’ for any proper Roast Beef dinner.
This holiday season I wanted to make a recipe that might be featured in a traditional Jewish meal! Challah is a dense, slightly sweet egg bread that is braided and baked to a deep golden brown. It works beautifully on its own, with a swipe of butter, but also makes a delicious sandwich or batch of French toast.
Home made crackers feel special; They're easy to make, but always impress! We're a fan of making these as simple gifts and try to always have a few on hand for snacking. Along with Ottolenghi's standard recipe, we've included a couple of our favorite topping combinations. No matter how you dress them up, these pair perfectly with a soft cheese and hummus.
Two things about home cooking really intimidate me: cooking a new type of cuisine and baking. As a homecook, I have been in awe of Indian cuisine and the mastery of spices and flavors those meals bring - resulting in my local indian restaurant being a favorite in my phone contacts. While cooking has always been something I just meal plan with what I have in the pantry, the strict science of baking was always something that just didn’t vibe for me. So when our monthly cooking theme of World Cuisine came up I wanted to push myself and my skills by taking on some Indian inspired recipes.