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Old 02-27-2012, 02:52 PM   #1
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Question Yeasted Batter Bread

I think I am finally getting the right moves on the bread making.

I tried a batter bread by adding a small amount of yeast to a wet high fiber dough the night before, then cooked it slowly the next day. Not exactly sour dough, but close enough.

I think I may still need an oven cloche to keep the crust from being so hard.

Has any one made yeasted batter bread? Give me some ideas...

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Old 02-27-2012, 03:19 PM   #2
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Oh, I think the cloche would be counter-productive. They usually create a crispy crust. They keep the steam in, and that makes for crispness. Probably just brushing it with butter or oil will keep it soft. (And butter flavor never hurts.)
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I think I am finally getting the right moves on the bread making.

I tried a batter bread by adding a small amount of yeast to a wet high fiber dough the night before, then cooked it slowly the next day. Not exactly sour dough, but close enough.

I think I may still need an oven cloche to keep the crust from being so hard.

Has any one made yeasted batter bread? Give me some ideas...
When I am done baking I coat it with butter and my crust seems to be pretty close to perfect :) no but it is not too crispy or hard
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