Who doesn’t love some bread? The smell of freshly baked bread always makes the heart happy.
It’s truly amazing how a combination of basic ingredients found in your kitchen pantry can give you something so comforting and delicious. In this 4-hour private class, you'll discover how to create different types of bread using accessible equipment and ingredients. Choose either 1 or 3 sessions.
You'll leave the sessions feeling more confident about how to make your own bread at home and you also get to take home all the delicious baked goods you made in class. Please bring a container to take your delicious loaves of bread back home.
Choose between one or all of the following to make:
- Soft Roll Bread
What will you learn:
Soft Roll Bread:
In this session, you will learn how to make some delicious dinner soft rolls! Next time you have guests coming over, you can impress them with some homemade dinner soft rolls. You will learn about the importance of mise-en-place and how to knead, cut, shape and proof the dough properly.
Focaccia & Brioche:
Brioche is basically bread, but better! It’s a soft, lightly sweet, rich bread that works in sweet and savory dishes alike. It's really a small step away from being a pastry. Regular bread usually contains flour, yeast, water and salt but the reason brioche is so light and tastes so rich, is because it’s made with enriched dough. The ingredients such as butter, eggs and milk, give it that soft texture and amazing taste. Brioche is great on its own, of course, but it takes other similar pastries on another level.
Like most delicious bakery items, brioche comes from France! It’s debated where exactly in France it originated, but it has a long tradition all over France. It is thought that the first brioche bread recipe dates all the way back to the 800s, and has been passed down from generation to generation, with tweaks and improvements made along the way.
You will learn the fundamental and basic steps of baking an enriched dough, which requires a two-stage method. You will learn how to knead, cut, shape and proof the dough properly. You will also be provided with notes, to help you the next time you make bread at home.
Think back to your past - do you have a memory of that delicious cardamom smell while your grandma was making Christmas Breads? Or perhaps using cardamom spice was not part of your heritage, but you’ve always been curious about how to incorporate this interesting spice in your own baking. Want to start your own traditions during the upcoming season?
In this session, you will learn how to make:
- Babka: a traditional Jewish braided bread with chocolate and hazelnuts, it’s perfect for the winter season and is best friends with a cup of coffee
- Cardamom pistachio knots: Classic rolls spiced with nutmeg and cinnamon which can be made into rolls, knots or swirls
All materials will be provided
All sessions are valid for 45 days upon booking
18 and older
At the instructor's home kitchen (exact address will be provided after booking)
Yas 1 Building
Barsha Heights - TECOM