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Old 01-31-2014, 12:41 PM   #1
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Sweet Bread with coffè

1 Dissolve the yeast in 15 gd 15 cl of warm milk .

2 In a bowl , pour 350 g of flour and 150 g of flour semi-integral .

3 Add the yeast and mix diluted . United 12 cl of coffee, 20 g of natural yoghurt, 140 g sugar , 2 tsp vanilla sugar , 2 pinches of salt and cinnamon . Knead for 10 minutes.

4 With the dough make a ball and place in a clean bowl , lightly oiled . Cover with a towel and let rise in a warm for 1 hour and half . After the interval of rest , work the dough for a few minutes on floured surface .

5 Lightly oil the mold . Packaged an elongated shape with the dough and put it in the mold.

6 Cover with a towel and let stand in the heat for 1 hour. Preheat oven to 250 ° C for 15 minutes .

7 Bake for about 45 minutes , lowering the temperature to 210 ° C in the last 10 minutes. Remove from the oven , let cool , then deformed on a wire rack .

8 Note: If you do not have a mold for plum-cake , you can use a simple baking dish , provided he has high sides to allow the bread to rise well. The stick inserted into the mold for the second rising can be placed in the oven with the light on (the oven must be switched off ) will rise better.

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Old 01-31-2014, 09:56 PM   #2
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This sounds very interesting. I was just wondering what flour semi-integral meant.
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Old 02-01-2014, 05:27 AM   #3
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I think it's whole grain wheat flour Laurie,
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Old 02-01-2014, 07:29 AM   #4
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Hi! Yes, it's whole grain wheat flour mixed with simple white flour!!!
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I think it's whole grain wheat flour Laurie,
I was wondering about the "semi" part. Here in Quebec, we see the term "integrale" on whole grain stuff. It's all labelled in French and English. I see the OP has answered that it is whole wheat and white flour. Makes sense.
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Old 02-01-2014, 05:27 PM   #6
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If I've understood your question, want to know what it means "semi":
literally means "in part"...
it is whole wheat flour processed in part before becoming white, therefore it is a flour half white and half whole wheat !
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If I've understood your question, want to know what it means "semi":
literally means "in part"...
it is whole wheat flour processed in part before becoming white, therefore it is a flour half white and half whole wheat !
I understand the word "semi". I had just never seen it with "integrale", so I wasn't sure what "semi-integral" was. You explained that it was whole wheat (integral) mixed with white flour.
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Ingredients for 4 people
1 head of broccoli
2 leeks
260 r brown rice
pepper, cucrcuma, salt and oil q.b.
a sprinkling of pecorino or parmesan cheese as an alternative
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can you please tell me if my thread is in the right place? wanted to create a page for my recipes but I do not know if I did it correctly....help!!
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Sweet Bread with coffè 1 Dissolve the yeast in 15 gd 15 cl of warm milk . 2 In a bowl , pour 350 g of flour and 150 g of flour semi-integral . 3 Add the yeast and mix diluted . United 12 cl of coffee, 20 g of natural yoghurt, 140 g sugar , 2 tsp vanilla sugar , 2 pinches of salt and cinnamon . Knead for 10 minutes. 4 With the dough make a ball and place in a clean bowl , lightly oiled . Cover with a towel and let rise in a warm for 1 hour and half . After the interval of rest , work the dough for a few minutes on floured surface . 5 Lightly oil the mold . Packaged an elongated shape with the dough and put it in the mold. 6 Cover with a towel and let stand in the heat for 1 hour. Preheat oven to 250 ° C for 15 minutes . 7 Bake for about 45 minutes , lowering the temperature to 210 ° C in the last 10 minutes. Remove from the oven , let cool , then deformed on a wire rack . 8 Note: If you do not have a mold for plum-cake , you can use a simple baking dish , provided he has high sides to allow the bread to rise well. The stick inserted into the mold for the second rising can be placed in the oven with the light on (the oven must be switched off ) will rise better. 3 stars 1 reviews
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