- 230 grams whole milk, (BGD - I used soy)
- 100 grams extra virgin olive oil, (OR other non animal based oils, vegetable, grapeseed etc)
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 280 grams tapioca flour, (you can find this at asian grocers)
- 2 eggs
- 100 grams cheese, (Parmasean, cheddar etc. BDG - I used goats chevrette)
Recipe is created for
Grate the cheese in the tmx and put aside. No need to wash bowl.
Put milk, oil and salt in the bowl.
Temp 100. Time about 7 mins (i was going to double check this but it published before i was ready) Speed 1.
At the end of the time the mix should have just come to the boil, with big bubbles. As soon as you can see it boiling consistently, turn dial to off position.
Add the tapioca flour and mix. Speed 3. Watch and listen, it only takes about 5 - 10 seconds for the flour to get mixed in, and the dough is quite firm.
Then, have a tea or a coffee.. Pre-heat your oven to 230 C and prepare your baking trays with a silicon liner or baking paper. You need to wait until the temp on the thx shows 50 C before you can do the next step - Kneading.
In a seperate bowl, lightly beat the 2 eggs. Knead for 3 mins, tipping the egg mix through the lid while the machine is working. Not all at once, it will take maybe 20 seconds.
As the eggs get worked in, the dough mix starts to resemble a firm cake mix. At the end of 3 mins, the dough looks soft and stretchy.
Press the knead once again, adding the cheese through the lid, slow enough that it gets evenly incorporated into the dough mix. Again, it's about 20 seconds or so.
Best eaten straight from the oven.
Converted to the thx from a recipe found on Yummly / The Kitchn website. It recommends that the dough is also suitable for freezing (place the dough balls on a tray and freeze. When frozen, place in bags for later use) They also recommend that the cooked cheese breads will keep in the fridge for a week and can be eaten cold or reheated.
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