Shortbread: Flour, Sugar, Butter.
There is nothing like the scent of freshly baked bread to greet you when you wake up. Bakers traditionally produced their products during the early hours meaning their loaves were fresh, hot and mouth-watering tasty for hungry customers wanting a slice of bread to go with a slap-up breakfast.
Prime ingredients include flour and water, used to make the Shortbread. The dough can have numerous additives in order to offer an assorted consistency, flavours and healthy preferences. Additives may include yeast, fat, salt, baking soda, fruits, spices, eggs, milk, sugar or vegetables. You can even add seeds to the bread, oils and/or nuts. Bread is in fact quite a versatile product and can be devoured on its own or as an accompaniment to a main dish. The dough is traditionally baked but modern alternatives could include steaming.
The outer part of the bread, commonly known as the crust, can be baked into a hard or soft version. The inner part of the bread is classed as the ‘crumb’, strangely not the small bits that cover your lap.
The prime time to eat a loaf of bread is soon after it has been removed from the oven. At this appetizing time, the bread is warm, aromatic and fresh. Leaving the bread for any length of time will cause the bread to become stale.
Go Online for Shortbread
Would you like to have your Shortbread and eat it, too? There are many healthy Shortbread recipes out there, but you need to look for those that you think are going to work best for you.
You can easily locate all of the best healthy cake recipes online. When looking for recipes on the internet, you can type in a search and get the results you are looking for. You get the recipes you need and everything is in order.
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