I must confess that making homemade bread is a challenge, but once I followed this recipe by María Jara, an Ecuadorian baker who’s been kneading dough for more than 20 years, the job was easier than I thought.
I used just about everything to make this bread: yeast, flour, water, oil, and after several tries, this one turned out to be the easiest and best.
This recipe takes all-purpose flour, but it can be easily replaced with wheat flour. You can stuff the bread with anything you’d like: ham, semi-hard white cheese and even dulce de leche and jam.
Like any good baker, Jara didn’t keep any secrets and here are step-by-step instructions for making this delicious bread made at home by hand. Roll out that dough!