Obsoleto BlatHa

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Homemade Slicing Bread

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Delicious homemade bread perfect for slicing and being accompanied with jam or butter and a cup of coffee or tea. Just to start your day, a small sandwich before a strong breakfast.
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10 portions
  • 1 kilo whole wheat flour
  • 20 grams salt
  • 3 tablespoons yeast
  • 50 grams sunflower seed
  • 20 grams flaxseed, and sesame
  • 100 milliliters olive oil
  • 620 milliliters Water


The way in which the ingredients are accommodated is important; Inside a large bowl, the first thing you arrange is the flour, in a type of donut.
You add salt and oil to the center. Then the yeast, seeds and flaxseed are added equitably around the bowl on the flour.
Once all the ingredients are added, the water is added little by little and the mixture begins to be mixed with the hand until a good consistency is obtained, this process can last about 4 or 5 min.
Once obtained a ball of dough is put a little flour, to avoid sticking everywhere, continue kneading until you can dip your fingers and the dough returns to its original position.
It is weighed and divided into three.
You take one of the three parts and you give it a tortilla shape crushing and looking for the same thickness of the dough everywhere.
The tortilla is rolled up little by little evenly, joining the dough in each small turn.
Oil is added to the tray and oil is added to the bread to avoid sticking, let it rest a few minutes before putting it in the oven.
Preheat the oven to 240ºC, once hot put the dough and leave it in 30 min. once the 30 min. the oven is turned off and you wait a few minutes to regulate the temperature and you have a delicious homemade bread ready.

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