everytime changing recipe for Easter dove

everytime changing recipe for Easter dove
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • sourdough
  • manitoba flour
  • 00 flour
  • 3 eggs
  • approxx 100 gr excellent butter
  • some milk
  • a little yeast
  • juice of a red orange
  • grated lemon rind
  • a glug of rhum
  • half a glass of spiced tea (cinnamon cardamom clove lemon)
  • vanilla sugar approxx 2,5 hg for a dove of 1kg 500 gr
  • a little salt
................... starting from my sourdough and letting it rise overnight once only with flours and liquids first, in the morning I added salt butter and eggs gave it a shape, putting the beak in a corner of the oven tray, so that at least that would stay where I wanted while rising, and the tail in the opposite one I used two raisins to look like eyes and a dried apricot with a peeled almond in it to simulate the beak ............ I made some cuts with scissors on the back to simulate the feathers

I let it rise again th whole morning and kept in the oven at 180° for 45 mins

it tastes really good and the crust is wonderful

I perfectly aware I will not be able to do the same recipe again, that's my challenge and divertimento

the same I wish to you .......... happy baking

everytime changing recipe for Easter dove

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This recipe was uploaded by madamada

 
 
I did not know what would happen with this attempt of making an Easter dove so I put al the above ingredients together ..................

Method


................... starting from my sourdough and letting it rise overnight once only with flours and liquids first, in the morning I added salt butter and eggs gave it a shape, putting the beak in a corner of the oven tray, so that at least that would stay where I wanted while rising, and the tail in the opposite one I used two raisins to look like eyes and a dried apricot with a peeled almond in it to simulate the beak ............ I made some cuts with scissors on the back to simulate the feathers

I let it rise again th whole morning and kept in the oven at 180° for 45 mins

it tastes really good and the crust is wonderful

I perfectly aware I will not be able to do the same recipe again, that's my challenge and divertimento

the same I wish to you .......... happy baking
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