Japanese Milk Bread Recipe – Fluffy and wonderful bread

White bread is one of those wonders of the baking world, but it seems hard to get great results at home. The bread is dense, it doesn’t get the right caramelization and it’s pretty tasteless. This bread solves all of those problems. This is my recipe for sourdough Japanese milk bread.

The Japanese aren’t traditionally bread eaters, they have limited room for fields and they have an ocean bountiful of wonderful fish, so that’s really a no brainer.

During the 20th Century the Japanese have shown themselves to be masters of being inspired by and adapting food trends from all over the world, and they always take things to the max. Think the Indian inspired Katsu Curry, or in this case the French pain de mie.

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Open Crumb Sourdough Bread Recipe – Simple and beautiful looking bread

So you’ve been baking sourdough bread for a while. You’ve got shaping covered, you know how to develop gluten in a dough, you even get fermentation right, almost every timer, but the one thing that eludes you is the fabled open crumb. Well, the Foodgeek comes to your rescue. This is my recipe for open crumb sourdough bread.

When that’s said, this is NOT a beginner recipe, so if you’re just starting out in the sourdough game, you should check out my Master Recipe for Artisan Sourdough Bread. It breaks everything down and makes it easy.

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Danish Christmas Dinner Recipes – Wonderful pork roast with crispy crackling

As any celebration Danish Christmas is full of traditions. Traditions means that things have to be a certain way. They have to be the way they’ve always been. But, even if you think things are the same way they’ve always been, over time they will have changed. Mind-blowing, huh? These are my recipes for a traditional Danish Christmas dinner.

This article and the recipes fall a bit outside what I normally do, because I usually either do baking related stuff, or I will do other cultures amazing recipes. Sometimes though, I remember that we also have some amazing recipes in Denmark, so today I will share what Christmas is like in Denmark and what we eat.


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Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls – The best and most moist cinnamon rolls

You want something special for breakfast tomorrow morning. I guess you could drive to the bakery and get something good. While that is okay, the stuff that you bake at home is usually much, much better, but what to make? This is my recipe for sourdough cinnamon rolls.

Cinnamon rolls are the stuff of legends. It’s ambrosia. Food of the Gods. When you walk past a bakery, or even a 7eleven, and the smell of something fresh baked with cinnamon in it, you just start to instantly salivate. How many people do you know that don’t like a cinnamon bun? If you do, do you really trust them?

The perfect companion for a wonderful homemade breakfast, is, in my very humble opinion these delicious crusty sourdough rolls. Together with the cinnamon rolls, this is the breakfast of champions.

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Risalamande With Cherry Sauce – An easy and Delicious Christmas Dessert

24th of December is finally here. The tree is decorated and has wrapped presents underneath. The Christmas roast is preparing in the oven. It’s a pork roast with crispy crackling. Flæskesvær. Now all there is missing is the iconic rice pudding dessert. Made with the left over rice porridge from the dinner on the 23rd. This is my recipe for risalamande with cherry sauce.

Christmas traditions are funny. They exist on many levels: religiously, culturally, nationally and of course in each family. In a series of recipes I go through all the classic dishes we eat for Christmas in Denmark. Maybe you wanna try them too?

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