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Baking Bread

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Baking Bread

Post  Itchybeard on 29.03.10 13:47

Hi All.
I baked some bread today in the Hallogen and I must say it's fantastic. I baked two loaves a Ciabatta and a Parmesan & sundried Tomato.
I must admit that they were mixes but they turned out great.I baked them open (no tins).

Important:You will need the Hallogen Oven extention ring on.

Briefly
Mixed the dough as stated place on greased baking tray.
Cover & leave in a warm place.
when double in size, preheat Hallogen oven on highest setting for 5 min.
place dough in oven on 180-200 for 30 min.
5 min before baked turn over to thoroughly cook underneath.

To test if bread is baked tap bottom of loaf it should sound hollow.

Enjoy. (Itchy)


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Re: Baking Bread

Post  junie on 29.03.10 17:43

Thank you for sharing that with us. thank you

Just reading your post and I'm sure I can smell the fresh baked breads. feedme

I'll copy this to the recipe section so that everyone can find it easily. It's good to know how versatile our HOs can be.

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Re: Baking Bread

Post  junie on 01.04.10 20:41

Hi Itchybeard
Sorry but couldn't access your message for some reason. I have noted your ammendment and will edit the A-Z re the use of the extension ring, thanks

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Re: Baking Bread

Post  Itchybeard on 02.04.10 1:05

junie wrote:Hi Itchybeard
Sorry but couldn't access your message for some reason. I have noted your ammendment and will edit the A-Z re the use of the extension ring, thanks

Cheers Junie.
You read my thoughts thats what the message was asking.

one point I tried another loaf with more sundried tomatoes in this made the dough heavier and more greasy due to the oil they were in.
The loaf rose ok and was baking well but when I turned it over to bake the bottom it sank like the Titanic  Sad  but I stillbaked it and it tasted ok. told my wife it was a tear appart loaf  Very Happy
Not sure if if it was the dough or me being a bit eager but I will keep trying.

> > Onward ever Onward... > >

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Re: Baking Bread

Post  junie on 02.04.10 15:39

Itchybeard wrote:
told my wife it was a tear appart loaf  Very Happy
Not sure if if it was the dough or me being a bit eager but I will keep trying.

> >  Onward ever Onward... > >
- ABSOLUTELY

"tear appart" = INITIATIVE
"the dough or me" - I'M SURE IT WAS THE DOUGH   lol!

PS  - I changed a couple of settings and am now getting messages OK

feedme

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proving bread

Post  stepenell on 03.06.14 12:48

you can get great results by getting the dough to rise (prove) by putting it in the oven on the defrost setting for about 30 minutes, works great.

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