Tuesday, May 16, 2017

BBB: Shubbak el-Habayeb

I'm out of time.  Early in the morning, I head out on a cross-country trip (West coast to East coast), so this post is short.

This month's bread, Shubbak el-Habayeb, comes from Karen at Karen's Kitchen Stories.




My bread came out too dark, my fault entirely.  I accidentally set the timer for 17 minutes, and, rather than reset it, I thought I could check it before the timer went off.  Sigh.  I got caught up in the latest episode from Anthony Bourdain, a trip to Laos.  When the beeper rang, and I saw the dark brown rolls, my heart sank.  Should have reset the timer.

But, they were delicious in spite of being extra dark.

Head over to Karen's blog to get the recipe and be a buddy for May.  You won't regret it!



5 comments:

hobby baker said...

Mine got a bit dark too, even on an airbake pan. But they still tasted good and made great toast. I actually want to try a bread pudding/french toast casserole with some of them.

Elizabeth said...

It doesn't look too dark at all. It looks lovely!

Happy travelling! (I do hope you took some of these buns and a jar of marmalade along with you for your trip.)

Katie Zeller said...

I can understand getting distracted by Bourdain.... They still look good!

Cathy W. said...

Kelly, I don't think your rolls look too dark! They look beautiful! I love the dark contrast with the light crumb.

Cathy W. said...

Oops! Please delete the other comment Judy. I don't think your rolls look too dark! They look beautiful! I love the dark contrast with the light crumb.