Wednesday, February 1, 2012

No Knead Cheese & Roasted Garlic Flatbread - For Divya...


My first ever guest post - for Divya Kudua! She needs no introduction, she is an inspiration for the reluctant chefs. I was all too happy to guest post for her, one of my sweetest blogger pals. I am honored to be putting up my post on Easycooking, her very well known space in the blogosphere.

One recipe, so many variations! Breads do let you have your way with them, giving the baker a whole lot of freedom and flexibility with flavors, proofing time and techniques. The smell of freshly baked bread wafting in your home is something truly amazing and very addictive. What you can bake at home is something you will never find in a bakery, the satisfaction - paramount! All the more reasons, why you must absolutely bake breads if you have not started yet. Sorry cakes, cookies and co if  I am shifting loyalties (just a bit!), but I am smitten by yeast!

Here is flat bread with the flavors of roasted garlic and thyme. Bits of mozzarella in between bites - slightly gooey when you eat it warm, slightly chewy if you can wait till you eat it later. Doesn't sound too bad right? What's even better is this is something you can put together in a snap, have it baked and ready on your table in very little time. And the best part - it requires no kneading at all! A  bread to bake on a lazy weekend or on a hectic weekday, or when you want something nice in a hurry - here is a bread for you to try! Head over to Easycooking for the recipe and lots more...

If you are new to baking breads, do read the below posts for better success rates!.

Know Your Yeast
Basics About Yeast Breads

13 comments:

Arch said...

Yum ! Going there right now to see the recipe !

simran said...

great focaccia...lovely flavours..i usually do mine with garlic,tomatoes and olives...going to try out your version soon..nice!

Priya said...

Omg, love those mozzarella chunks in this flatbread, yummy...Fabulous guest post Suma.

Divya Shankar said...

Ahhh ... this one is also for me (me too Divya ;))
I had tried this variation when I experimented with the focaccia bread recipe from your blog, the cheese and garlic combo strikes taste buds superbly well. And yes no knead is absolutely perfect for any time, any day :)
Great pics of a yummy bread !!

Sharmilee! :) said...

Wow looks so cheesy and yummy

Aarthi said...

This looks awesome..Yummy Recipe

Aarthi
http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

anamika@madcookingfusions said...

New to your space, loved it....lots to learn from here i feel, following you :) ....thanks for the informative post of baking products in bangalore, it's a bliss :)

Priya Yallapantula said...

Great job Suma, I love focaccia and this looks simply out of this world, love it :)

Rookie Qookie said...

This always has been on my To-Blog list, but I always bake and finish them off impatiently :|

Kavi said...

Oh wow! Looks amazing! I've been your fan since the piping gel post! :)

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Garlic and Cheese, mmmmm... That'll surely smell so good.

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swathi said...

tried it this weekend... come out beautifully <3<3. sad part :( was it got over before i could taste but the good news was i had a reason to bake it again :)

Deeba PAB said...

I love No Knead Bread and Divya's looks delicious. Cheese & garlic...whats not to love. WOW!!