- 500 grams water, warm
- 1 tablespoon sugar of choice (I use raw)
- 2 teaspoons yeast (or 1 sachet)
- 650 grams bakers flour
- 2 teaspoons salt
Add ingredients in the order listed and mix together for 6 seconds on sp6.
Set your thermie to knead for 2minutes.
Remove dough into a well-floured/oiled thermomat or oiled bowl (cover) and allow to rest until it doubles in size which usually takes 20-45 minutes. *this dough is quite sticky so I spray oil my spatula when removing and give thermie a clean asap!
With a well floured bench or thermomat, gently press out your dough roughly into a rectangle shape about 2cm thick and then roll up like a scroll. If you like you can then fatten up the loaf by pushing it in using your hands on either side- let it rest again for around 20 minutes until the gluten has relaxed again and is soft. I gently roll the other way (using the narrow end), to give it some more height again before baking, and then pop it in a 190C oven for around 45 minutes until lovely and crusty.
Your nose should guide you when it is ready as it smells lovely as soon as bread is getting golden! It should also sound hollow when you knock on it!
Don't short-change the sugar or salt- use your measuring spoons! Sugar helps the yeast to feed and salt helps with the awesome flavour!
This recipe was given to me several years ago, so not my recipe but I have no idea who developed it! As I am sick of emailing it, I have added it to the community so now it can be shared for all!
*TIMESAVER: try adding 10-20g more flour to the mix so it isn't as sticky. I have said to work with floured bench/thermomat but sometimes if I don't want the mess, I spray oil my thermomat (and hands) to work with the dough and it doesn't tend to affect the end result too much.
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