Easy Bread Baking

8 students

Welcome & Overview

There is something intoxicating about the aroma of bread baking in the oven. Don’t they say that’s how to sell a house?
In this Easy Bread Baking course, I want to take you through different styles of breadmaking.
We start with the simple – that will be the Irish soda bread and move on to the multi-seed bread, a wonderful nutritious choice.
Making your own flatbreads is so much fun and is a great a complement to any curry or with dips.
And then there is working with yeast. Here I’m covering three different styles of breads from a delicious focaccia, to a family favourite, yes, a pizza, culminating in a wonderful rich brioche.
And for fun from my own kitchen, I’ve had my own little home video of how to make my banana and chocolate chip bread
All with prep, cooking and baking information and guidelines.
So, let’s Cook with Curiosity with me, Catherine Fulvio

Learning Objectives

In this course you will learn how to prepare the following recipes and skills

Recipes

  • Guinness Irish Soda Bread
  • Multiseed Bread
  • Flat bread
  • Brioche
  • Tomato & Rosemary Focaccia
  • Margherita Pizza
  • Chocolate Banana Bread

Skills

  • Starting with the basics of soda bread, you’ll work up to working with yeast to make delicious focaccia and brioche
  • Working with a variety of flours
  • Understanding the uses of various flours
  • Working with rising agent and why? From baking soda to yeast
  • Learning the intricates of working with yeast (see Cook with Curiosity Section for extra tips), from the role of yeast to blooming, proofing and kneading
  • Gaining confidence in the kitchen to experiment and create your own flavours to these recipes

How to get the most out of this course

Before you cook:

  1. Read the recipe and the tips
  2. Watch the video
  3. Read the supplementary information in the Cook with Curiosity – Information corner section
  4. Do your shopping list
  5. Make a note of any questions you may have in advance of making the dish and send to “ask the tutor”

Then to the cooking:

  1. Have fun, make the dish, taste as you go…. and enjoy!
  2. And remember to “ask the tutor” if you have any subsequent questions or feedback – we are here to help

We all have different tastes, maybe you added more sweetness into the dish or maybe you added more seasoning, or changed some ingredients to suit your tastes. I would encourage you to make notes to this effect so that when you are repeating the recipe you have a perfect recipe for your taste.

And do share photographs of your finished dish, tag me, Catherine Fulvio, and don’t forget to use the hashtag #CatherineFulvioOnlineCooking and #cookwithcuriosity
Before you cook:

And do share photographs of your finished dish, tag me, Catherine Fulvio, and don’t forget to use the hashtag #CatherineFulvioOnlineCooking and #cookwithcuriosity

Do you have any questions, need support?

You will find lots of tips to company each recipe both on the recipe sheet and in the audio.
If you have any specific questions, complete the “Ask one of our tutors” form and we will get back to you.


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€49.00 €39.00