With a few little tweaks to the [Basic Sourdough](https://wiltomakesfood.com/recipes/basic-sourdough/) recipe, you can cook up this light, chewy, crusty loaf for yourself.
Recipes Tagged: baking
You can just, like, *make naan*. It doesn’t have to be a whole *thing*.
Listen, I think that you should make yourself something nice.
You know those ads for marshmallow-centric breakfast cereals where they say they’re “part of a complete breakfast,” then show a tiny bowl of cereal, two grapefruits, six bran muffins, a ceasar salad, and a fistful of multivitamins sandwiched between two blocks of tofu?
Less fuss, minimal muss.
Anything can be part of a complete breakfast if you believe in yourself.
Today we’re making a sweet, pillowy dough, with a custardy coconut filling. Along the way, we’re gonna learn a highly advanced bread-making technique—and maybe, just maybe… a little something about ourselves?
This recipe makes a nice little loaf in and of itself, for sure, but with a little remastering it can just as handily become a focaccia, sourdough baguettes, trap remix, whatever. The difference mostly comes down to the ratio of flours, amount of water, and number of airhorns you use.
Most shortbread sucks pretty bad. This is a recipe for a shortbread that isn’t like eating vaguely butter-scented IKEA furniture.
Let’s make some delicate-ass sandwich cookies.