All posts tagged: baxter dury

Butternut Burritos

It’s definitely here, Autumn has absolutely undeniably arrived. I’m easing myself into the wonderful world of Autumnal recipes with a bit of a hybrid. Burritos (or any food wrapped in a bread of some kind) remind me of the alfresco lunches we all grab-and-go for frolicking about in the Summer, so I’ve added some sweet and oh-so-September butternut squash to slowly introduce the comforting flavours we expect from this time of year back on to my plate. Confession: I tried to make my own spelt tortillas and they kind of totally flopped. I don’t blame the recipe I used one bit, but my lack of experience with any flour that isn’t labelled “plain” or “self-raising”, I’m a work in progress. Bear with me. If you’re a spelt genius, go ahead and make your own, if you’re not and you’re kinda in a hurry, just buy some. Same goes for the salsa. This can be a labour of love or a pretty snappy meal depending on how much work you feel like doing. Serves 3-4 6-8 …

Sun dried Tomato and Herb Spelt Rolls

After the huge household success that was my walnut and honey loaf a couple of weeks ago, home made bread looks like it’s going to become a part of the furniture round here. Which suits me just fine because kneading, rising and baking are idyllic things to be concerned with over a leisurely weekend. One thing I’m not very good at though is repeating myself, so I’ve reworked my loaf recipe just ever so slightly to make savoury rolls. They have a much stronger and more savoury flavour, and taste perfect with a little butter or a poached egg for breakfast. They keep just fine in the freezer if you want to savour them over time, just slice once cooled and zip in to those little sandwich bags. 500g spelt flour 1 tsp good sea salt 1 tsp dried active yeast 1 tsp sugar 300ml warm water 2 tbsps good olive oil 6 sundried tomatoes, finely chopped generous pinch freshly ground black pepper 2 tbsps mixed herbs In a large bowl mix together the flour, …