baking Tag

When I first saw this episode I remember watching the technical challenge and thinking "that looks pretty easy, I could probably do that" and now, 8 years later, we can find out whether my confidence was justified. Here's the recipe: https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/_schichttorte_49934 The cake

Another bake I'd never heard of before, Kouign amann. Here's Paul Hollywood's recipe https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/kouign_amann_09102 This is a puff pastry but made with yeast so I had no idea how this would turn out. Making the dough was pretty easy because I just used

I was pretty nervous about making this one, a few people had mentioned it to me when talking about my challenge and I wasn't sure how well I could pull it off. Here's a link to the recipe: https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/prinsesstrta_17336 I got all

I'm pretty sure this was the first bake that I saw which started brewing the idea of making all of the bake off bakes. It looked like fun to do. Here's the recipe  https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/mini_pear_pies_77186 I went rogue when making this and

Here's Paul Hollywood's recipe for "easy" Ciabatta https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/easy_ciabatta_98431 I followed PH's instructions to the letter, made my bread dough and left it to prove in my kitchen, which had no ovens on and was a moderate temperature. Here's the dough before proving: Here's

I feel like Florentines are one of those things which I should have tried before but haven't. Hopefully Mary Berry's recipe is a good representation of what they should taste like, I assume, of course, that they are. Here's the

Series 5 was the first series I watched live. During this series was when I first decided that I wanted to try and bake all of the technical challenges, however, it was several years later that I actually started. A new