cup All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 1/4 cup
Sugar -1 tsp
Instant Yeast - 3/4 tsp
Salt - 1/2 tsp
cup Water - 1/4+ 1/2 cup
In a bowl mix together 1/4 cup of flour, sugar, salt and instant yeast.
Add 1/4 cup of water and make a smooth thick batter.
With Christmas only around the corner get those thinking caps on. Here are some great food idea's you can produce at Cork Incubator Kitchens
Starting on September the 10th at Cork Incubator Kitchens, a 10-week course to develop the culinary skills of ambitious learners. Passionate about rewarding employees by giving them the chance to upskill.
Step One:Register on the website. You will need to confirm that you have completed a cerfitifed food safety course.
Step Two: Once you have registered on the website & confirmed your email address you can then login and buy your deposit.
Step Three: When you have paid your deposit we will be in touch to give you a brief training session on the kitchen and to give your security access.
Step Four: When you have completed your training you can then login and book time slots in each of the kitchens.
“Availing of the Cork Incubator Kitchens to shoot some videos for a major food retailer, we found Brendan, the facility manager to be extremely helpful from the start. He made everything from the booking to the payment simple, quick and easy. He was very flexible which is hugely appreciated when it comes to video shoots. The kitchens and facilities are brilliant, they have all you could need and are extremely clean. We will definitely use the kitchens again and couldn't recommend them more highly.”
"CIK is a fantastic facility without which I would not be selling in supermarkets today! The units have everything you need till you build up enough capacity to have your own place. The fact it is food safe too is a big worry off my head."
"Cork Incubator Kitchens are ideal for my demonstrations and classes. The equipment, the space, the accessibility are perfect for what I need"