We’re blushing … Nigella Lawson is a fan of The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook! She featured the recipe for our naan on her blog. Make it at home, or buy it here, along with HBK Incubates member Tanya Tracy’s delicious chutney.
Dig Inn‘s new blog, Dirt, visited Hot Bread Kitchen and featured seven of our ethnic breads. They also shared the recipe for nan-e qandi!
National Geographic took a look at our favorite endangered species, the bialy, and shared our recipe from The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook. Buy em here if you don’t feel like making at home.
Start Cinco de Mayo off right with a delicious Mexican breakfast recipe from The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook. Made from tortillas simmered in an aromatic sauce, chilaquiles provide the best way to use leftover tortillas that are verging on stale but still have some taste left in them. As you might imagine, we often have a […]
We heard HBK Incubates member Manhattan Chili was launching a new line of ethnic stews, so we asked them to add an Irish Beef Stew to pair with our Irish soda bread! This is a boozier take on the hearty classic, making it a perfect way to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day. Sop up the stew with caraway-laced soda bread […]
This curry is a specialty of our baker Lutfunnessa, who you can find at the Jackson Heights Greenmarket on Sundays, selling the bread she bakes. Called alu-maunsho torkerry in Bangladeshi, the curry is perfect on a cold night with, of course, plenty of warm Naan, Whole Wheat Chapatis or a pot of basmati rice. Lutfunnessa […]