Savoury Breads Online Course

Our Savoury Breads online course is designed for those already familiar with bread making. We make the savoury recipes that are included in the Bread Made Easy masterclass but this course doesn’t cover the step-step process that the masterclass does. So if you are already confident with making bread and ready to learn new shaping techniques and to be inspired with new recipes this is the course for you.

Savoury breads

What to expect from the Savoury Breads online course

You will learn new different shaping techniques and ways of flavouring your bread. I show you how to make:

  • Marmite bread
  • Tomato loaf
  • How to shape a variety of rolls (the shaping skills can be transferred to larger loaves)
  • Make focaccia with different toppings
  • Wild garlic pull apart loaf
  • Pesto and harissa Christmas tree
  • Pitta breads
  • Pizza bases and pizza rolls

The course shows you how to make 11 different breads plus more shaping techniques such as fougasse, braids and knots. The course is accompanied by a workbook that includes all of the recipes that can be downloaded and printed off for use in your kitchen.

All of the videos in our online courses have subtitles which makes them suitable for watching with the sound turned off. 

Other online courses

If you would like to learn the basics then my Bread Made Easy masterclass might be more suitable. You might also enjoy my Easter and Christmas Breads courses, both of which include delicious sweet breads to share with family and friends.

Our cookery school

You might prefer to come along to our cookery school in Ironbridge, Shropshire to enjoy a fun, relaxing day learning a new skill. There is a variety of bread and pastry courses to suit all abilities. We also offer tailor made courses for groups of up to five family and friends. We keep our classes small so that everyone has personalised tuition.

Learn more about making bread

You can join our Facebook group Bread Made Easy to learn more about bread making from our friendly community. It's a place to ask questions, learn from my regular articles, post photos of your breads and help inspire others to make bread at home. You can also take a look at the articles on here or pop over to my YouTube channel.

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