- 300 grams water
- 2 heaped teaspoons dry yeast, Or two sachets
- 20 grams Ghee or melted butter
- 2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 500 grams bakers flour
- 10 grams brown sugar
- 20 grams maple syrup or honey
- 170 grams frozen raspberries
Place water and yeast into jug and warm for 1 minute / 37 degrees / speed 1
Add remaining ingredients, except frozen fruit, and mix for 4 seconds / speed 5
Knead for 1 minute / /
Add fruit and knead for a further 30 seconds / /
Tip onto a thermomat. The dough will be wet, sticky and in small balls with maybe 1 or 2 larger balls of dough. This is how it is meant to look. Wrap in thermomat and then wrap a tea towel around your mat to stop any excess juice from the fruit leaking out and making a mess. If you find that your dough is really too wet, add a small amount of extra flour after you've added your fruit.
leave to rise for at least an hour, up to 3 hours. Gently shape dough into a log and it should slide off the mat into a lined bread or loaf tin.
Top with cinnamon sugar if desired.
Bake at 180 degrees for about 40 minutes, until bread sounds hollow when tapped.
Turn out onto a wire rack and allow to cool before cutting. When coole it will slice easier and is even better for toasting the next day.
Try different frozen fruit in place of the raspberries, just be aware that excess liquid in the fruit can get messy when proving and also adds an extra liquid component to the dough which can be compensated by adding more flour.
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