It’s bread o’clock

Loosen your belt you’re in for a treat. With these three recipes you will never starve again and they will for sure put a fat smile on every guests face. Also when travelling we could never miss out on yummy food from the oven. OMNIA makes baking easy and us very happy.



For the dough:
25g yeast
250ml warm water
400g flour
1 tsp salt

For the filling:
400g strained tomatoes
300g Croatian prst or any kind of smoked ham
350g cheese
Olives, eggplant or whatever you like in your pizza bread
Oregano and olive oil

Dissolve the yeast in 25ml water and add 2 tbsp flour. Stir until smooth and let it rise for 30 minutes covered with a towel. Form a pool in 350g flour and fill it with the yeast mixture, salt and the remaining water. Carefully process to a dough and knead for 10 minutes. Let the dough rise for another 60 minutes. Knead the dough once again before rolling out.

Spread the tomatoes evenly and leave 5cm on one end. Sprinkle with ham, cheese, olives and whatever ingredients you chose and season with oregano. Put olive oil on the end you left out, roll the pizza and press the edge with a fork. Place the pizza bread ring on a tray – or in our case put it into the oiled OMNIA oven – and bake for approximately 45 minutes on medium heat.

This delicious treat is definitely worth all the effort and on a holiday like ours it makes a good day filling program.



1 cup flour
1/2 cup sugar
100g butter
1 egg
Salt and cinnamon

Another thing we discovered: you can also bake in a pan! Mix all the ingredients and form to a dough. Roll the dough fitting to the pan. Grease the pan with some butter and bake on low heat for approximately 20 minutes with the lid. Turn the shortbread and bake for another 20 minutes or until firm. Take the shortbread out and leave to cool.

Pilsner bread


750 ml flour
1 tsp salt
2 tsp baking powder
3 tsp cumin powder
1 bottle pilsner beer
1 tbsp oil
1 tbsp honey

Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl. Add pilsner, oil and honey and mix well. Put on a tray or as we do in the oiled OMNIA and bake for 40 minutes on low heat. At half time we take the bread out and turn it. So it gets a nice colour on both sides. Make sure the bread is done thoroughly and leave to cool under a towel.


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