Bread flour 490g
Low sugar dry yeast
liquid fermented seed
How to make black currant workout replacement bread
Prepare all the ingredients for the recipe. Toast the macadamia nuts at 150°C, toss the dried strawberries with the wine and honey, and seal. Leave it at room temperature for more than 2 hours. Liquid yeast: 100g bread flour, 100g room temperature water, 1g dry yeast, stir well, and let stand at room temperature for 3 hours. Use.
Once the dough has been mixed into a ball, add the liquid leaven and mix until it reaches the expansion stage, add the butter and mix until it is fully expanded. Add the blackcurrant powder, macadamia nuts and strawberries to the remaining two thirds of the dough and mix well. Remove.
Place the white dough and blackcurrant dough on a flour-sprinkled board, cover with a baking bag or plastic wrap, and let it rest at room temperature for 40 minutes for basic fermentation.
After the basic fermentation, divide the white dough into 50g and the blackcurrant dough into 150g, shape into short oval sticks, put them on the fermentation canvas and let them rest at room temperature for 30 minutes.
Roll out the white dough, then fold the blackcurrant dough in half or triple folds and place it in the middle of the rolled out white dough, pull it up and down the middle.
After wrapping the dough, place the dough smooth side up, stick a little flour on it, make slits on both sides with a sharp knife or razor blade, place it on the baking canvas, cover it, and ferment at room temperature for 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes, transfer the dough to a baking hot cloth, or baking sheet, and prepare to bake.
After entering the oven, hit the steam for 3 seconds, or place a small metal bowl, or baking dish in advance in the oven with pebbles in it, and when the bread is in the oven, pour cool water on the pebbles to moisten the environment in the oven and create a steamy atmosphere.
Bake at 200℃ for about 15 minutes, then the bread can be out of the oven. You can judge whether the bread is fully baked by the color and the sound of knocking the bottom of the bread, and whether it is hollow or dull.
After cooling, the bread can be sliced and shared with family, friends, or served with sauces, snacks, or wine according to personal preference.