HOW TO BAKE by Paul Hollywood

HOW TO BAKE by Paul Hollywood

Watch the master baker prepare Grape and Stilton flatbreads and hear about his new book, HOW TO BAKE.

At last, the star of BBC2’s The Great British Bake Off reveals all the secrets of his craft in How to Bake. The son of a baker, Paul Hollywood is passionate about busting the myths that surround baking, sharing his finely honed skills, and showing that with the right guidance, anybody can achieve success time after time.

With this in mind, he has filled this book with easy-to-follow, clearly explained, utterly delicious recipes. Having taken you through the basic techniques, Paul explains how to make an abundance of breads, pastries, cakes and biscuits including wholemeal loaf, tin bread, ciabatta, focaccia, sour cherry and chocolate loaf, Roquefort and almond bread, fresh croissants, milles feuilles, quiche, classic Victoria sponge, lemon drizzle cake, chocolate temptation cake, buttery shortbread and fiery ginger biscuits. Time to get baking …


  1. i think Paul Hollywood's books are great and easy to follow. I just made bread and scones for the first time, and they turned out great. least he explains things.

  2. Would like to drag him up into the mountains and see how he bakes at any altitude other than sea level.  "How simple is that?"  Baby, you haven't a clue.

  3. if you are coming onto this blog just so that you are wanting to slag paul off use crude language then do not bother it is not for that but for people who enjoy baking and learning new things about baking. Actually all you are doing is showing people just how lacking you are in intelligence  and  how illiterate you are.

  4. I would have thought that such a fantastic baker would know the difference between air and carbon dioxide. the fermentation process does not produce air it produces carbon dioxide that is what makes the bread or any dough for that matter rise it is the gluten that holds the carbon dioxide

  5. is wonderfull hear your passion for bake, dough bread pastry cakes tarts and severals etceteras……. thanks for estimulants frasals. to be amen in bakery is a gift and not a  stop in the way,,,thanks again.

  6. Ohmygooodness Paul Hollywood is so handsome! He can put the whip cream on top of hot pie anytime he wants…or in it…

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