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Buttermilk Bread Loaf


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Ingredients

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Buttermilk Bread Loaf

Bread

  • 20 gram fresh yeast
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons sugar
  • 1 tablespoons salt
  • 30 gram Butter
  • 320 gram buttermilk
  • 500 gram flour
  • 6
    1h 30min
    Preparation 1h 0min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    medium
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Put yeast, sugar, salt, margarine, buttermilk in the TM bowl. Mix 3 minutes / Speed 2 / 37 degrees

    Add wheat flour

    Knead for 3 minutes

    Let yast dough rise for 45 minutes.

    Make the loaf like shown in the pictures.

    Pre heat your oven to 200°C As you put your loaf in add a tray with a cup of boiling water to the base of the oven. Cook for 25-30 mins
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Tip

If you like you can put herbs in top of your bread


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  • Yeah but not very long. Maybe 10 minutes or so. I...

    Submitted by Kurzschlusstuss on 11. August 2020 - 04:03.

    Yeah but not very long. Maybe 10 minutes or so. I fold the dough. Then I pre heat the oven. And this time is ok for letting it rise the 2nd time.

    You can also use a loaf pan for baking the bread

    Greetings from Germany

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  • Hi - the loaf looks wonderful and I am keen to try...

    Submitted by Megamix4 on 10. August 2020 - 14:48.

    Hi - the loaf looks wonderful and I am keen to try it, but just wondering if you let it rise a second time before baking? Thanks

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