It is harder then you would expect to find interesting spelt recipes online. Sure, there’s a million and one bread recipes, but anything a little more complex seems to be tricky. SO I’m glad I found these ones.
So I’m not much of a chocolate fan, or rather the chocolate I like is hardly quality (i’m a classic chocolate cake with some butter-cream chocolate icing kinda guy, not too rich either), but this does sound very nice indeed: Black & Green Ecstasy
Oddly enough, 101 Cookbooks also has a rather amazing looking spelt chocolate loaf that I’m wondering about.
Chocolate chips on the other hand, I am a big fan off, like in these spelt walnut and chocolate chip cookies, though I’d leave out the walnuts myself!
Tasty, I should think! A polenta soda bread!
This one is a rather cake-y looking soda, but nice!
It’s odd how many people start posts about soda bread by saying, ‘I’m not Irish, but …’ Here’s one for instance, with a slight variation.
Don’t like raisins? Don’t have raisins, have cranberries!
And, if you just want a solid, plain and honest soda, try this post that also shows you how to make a decent Minestrone (which I’ve actually been doing some work on meself!),
Check out my Griddle Bread (SODA) Gallery and of course my Griddle Bread (SODA) Recipe.
UPDATE: Couldn’t miss this link, Sweet Carrot Pancakes!
Today is Pancake Tuesday, one of my favourite days of the year. If you’ve never made pancake batter before, try this recipe and video.
Pancakes are so versatile and wonderful and fun that I can’t help but like them. This links todays how just how versatile they are.
I’m a bacon fan, so resiting linking to THIS recipe on Fresh and Foodie was too much to ask!
Being Gluten intolerant should stop you enjoying pancakes, so try THIS recipe over at Chow if you don’t do the Gluten.
Bibliocook creates something incredible looking using a buckwheat recipe. Check THIS out!
Donal Skehan talks pancakes AND offers up a recipe for caramel apple sauce for them too!