Olive oil, a slice of bread, and a frying pan. That’s all you need… Well, that isn’t exactly bread and butter, but one could argue that this savory toast is an even more delicious and versatile combination.
Up to this point, we’ve explored several different methods by which the home baker can make yeasted and sourdough breads using flour, water, salt, and yeast. While making your own bread is an incredibly fun and rewarding activity, eating it is just as good. In fact, the concept in this post doesn’t require any mixing, folding, or fermenting – all you need are some basic cooking skills and a loaf of bread.