More Baking Help From Sainsbury’s (and a chance to win a bread mix)

Sainsbury's Focaccia and Ciabatta bread mixI recently blogged about how much I had liked trying out Sainbury’s cupcake and macaron kits and this week I’ve had a go at making ciabatta rolls with their new bread mix for ciabatta and focaccia. The mix can be used in a bread maker but I set to work with my trusty mixer and then did the proving and baking the old fashioned way.

I’ve not attempted Ciabatta before so was a bit nervous when the dough seemed a lot runnier than I’d normally expect for bread but I stuck to the instructions and they came out wonderfully with quite an open structure and slightly chewy crust.

What do you think?

Ciabatta Rolls

Sainsbury’s have given me two more mixes to give away so if you’d like to be in with a chance of winning one just leave me a comment telling me what is your favourite type of bread and record your entry in the rafflecopeter widget along with any additional entries you’d like to make. The giveaway will run until Monday 24th June.

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  1. Jackie Allum says

    Depends on if it’s bought or made. The bought one is normally Hovis Seeded but if my man decides to make some then it’s his feta cheese and black olive bread which he makes into rolls and are out of this world!

  2. Joanna Sadler says

    Focaccia sprinkled with sea salt and rosemary, warm from the oven and drizzled with olive oil. MMMmmm. Hungry now!

  3. says

    I have bought this mix a few times, and it makes a pretty decent ciabatta or focaccia. I have tried a recipe for focaccia with blue cheese and walnuts, and it was delicious. (not entering the competition, just wanted to comment about the product).
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  4. Irene Wright says

    Got to be sundried tomato and parmesan cheese bread mix I use in the breadmaker which I just can’t do without now.

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