breakfast sweet bread

breakfast sweet bread
 
alt

This recipe was uploaded
by madamada

 
To rate this recipe, please sign in.

Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • oo flour
  • manitoba flour
  • sourdough
  • milk
  • butter
  • salt
  • grated ginger
  • dry apricots and plums
  • sultanas
  • 2 whole eggs
  • vanilla sugar
  • sugar
  • rhum
I never know how big the loaf will be when I start from very simple things I want to add as variante to my sweet bread.
This time I wanted it a little colored, so I used dry apricots, I wantd it more tasty and used ginger, I wanted it soft and add butter, I wanted it cheerful and let the fruits become wet in rhum, I wanted it to rise and added as much manitoba as I could thinking it should anyway not be wider than my oven tray.

I let it rise all night and after giving it a shape waited till lunch time to bake it.
After tasting it I can say this version can be done again to be eaten for breakfast or after supper dipped in a little vino rosso .......... cabernet maybe

breakfast sweet bread

Are you sure you want to delete this recipe?

 

 
alt

This recipe was uploaded by madamada

 
 
Starting from eggs and sugar I went on adding all above ingredients until I had a wonderful mass of dough to knead, which I made as long as I found it amusing, then added the fruits in little pieces I let soak in rhum

Method


I never know how big the loaf will be when I start from very simple things I want to add as variante to my sweet bread.
This time I wanted it a little colored, so I used dry apricots, I wantd it more tasty and used ginger, I wanted it soft and add butter, I wanted it cheerful and let the fruits become wet in rhum, I wanted it to rise and added as much manitoba as I could thinking it should anyway not be wider than my oven tray.

I let it rise all night and after giving it a shape waited till lunch time to bake it.
After tasting it I can say this version can be done again to be eaten for breakfast or after supper dipped in a little vino rosso .......... cabernet maybe
Show/hide comments

comments powered by Disqus