flour yeast peppers oil
SPICY, WARM AND EFFORTLESS.
I long to live autumnal days like that.
Not knowing what lays ahead, effortless is never an option when it comes to the way I see life, but this can’t and won’t stop me from finding comfort at the end of the day in a basket of freshly baked bread and a strong cup of saffron tea.
THESE ARE PIECES OF BREAD MADE OF CLOUDS.
Light and soft, then topped with all the warmth of the red spices and the earthiness of the olive oil to find the perfect balance between mellow and tough.
In London, we used to have pita bread with spicy beans and charred tomatoes for breakfast. In Dublin, I was always asking for seconds at my favourite restaurant, “Goose on the Loose”, which I’m pretty sure no longer exists, but they used to have the most amazing pita bread that they would serve with rich tomato soup and butter. The kind of English butter that memories are made of.
All you need is flour, yeast, lovely olive oil and a combo of spices to make it special!
Head over to www.chelf.net for the full recipe!
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