Master the Art of Bread Making Review: Reveals How to Become a Bread Apprentice
Master the Art of Bread Making Review Reveals The Easy Guide to Better Bread
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In Hebrew, Bethlehem means "house of bread". There was born the one whom Christians consider him as "the living bread come down from heaven to the world." So, bread is an mystic symbol. And it can be cooked in the oven at home. Nothing compares to the aroma of freshly baked bread, clouding, fluffy, upside down on the towel, which can hardly wait to tear a piece. For those who have never tried to knead bread at home will be a fantastic discovery of a taste of childhood in the country. People will need very few ingredients. They do not have to be a chef, but a few extra secrets for best results, it does not hurt.
Here are some tips to bake a fluffy bread: All ingredients must be at room temperature; As the dough will be more and more thoroughly kneaded, the more will come out fluffy and softer bread; The dough should have time to grow quietly at a constant temperature of about 22 º C; He grew up enough when it came to maximum volume; Salt and yeast does not tolerate each other - so do not be put together in dough; Spices can be added: coriander, cumin and pepper. It can make and 1-2 tablespoons sunflower seeds or flax; It stings dough with a finger, then it thumbs: if its result is still visible, proofing is done. The dough will not come back if the furnace or at the latest 3 hours after yeast; To get rid of air bubbles formed during fermenting the dough is fighting vigorously before being shaped into its final form. Knead a few minutes longer fists; Increased soft dough will bake much always in shape because if it sits on a tray it flatten and it will waste; To toast wheat is used only smooth and 1/2 teaspoon salt, the dough is placed in a greased cake form. Cover and let rise about 1 hour. Then cut the surface with a sharp knife and bake 40-50 minutes in a hot oven at 200 degrees Celsius; Leavened bread baked fresh in house is good; To shape rolls, to make a thick dough roll, slice and shape balls by hand. Bread or rolls are crisp without being hard, if you put a bowl of water in the oven.
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