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torsdag 23. juli 2009

Garlic Baguette

I have been baking again, and this time I'll write the recipe in English; or, at least try!

Garlic Baguette
50 g of yeast (powder)
5 dl of water
2-3 cloves of garlic
1/2 dl of oil
1 teaspoon of salt
13 - 14 dl of flour

Use medium hot water, about 45 degrees celcius, pour it over the yeast in a bowl. Mix it together and add the squeezed garlic cloves, the oil, the salt and nearly all the flour. Keep some of the flour for after. Work on the dough either with your hands or machine until it's not sticky anymore. Cover the bowl up and let the dough rise for about 40 minutes.

Put the dough on your table, or any other work-space, that's covered in flour. Devide the dough into ten pieces. Shape the pieces as 20 cm long baguettes. Put the baguettes on an ovenplate. Let them rise for about 30 minutes. Put them in the pre-heated oven (250 degrees celcius) and bake them for about 12 minutes. Let them rest uncovered on a grate, for at least 15 minutes.


I hope this was understandable, if not, don't try to make these! ;)

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