Roz Crowley

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Inishbofin malt bread

IMG_1254Inishbofin Malt Bread

This recipe comes from Taidgh McDonald head chef at Inishbofin House Hotel & Spa. It has the deep flavour of a sourdough without all the waiting, the rich colour helped by the treacle.  While the raisins are not essential they give the bread added texture and some sweetness.

 

 

1kg strong white flour

100g butter

600ml warm water

80g fresh yeast (or 10g dried yeast)

1tbsp treacle

1tbsp malt extract

100g raisins

1tbsp sugar

 

Mix yeast with the water and add to dry ingredients. Mix on low speed, add treacle, sugar and malt extract.

Knead 8-10mins. Allow to prove in a bowl covered with clung film or a damp teatowel until doubled in size.

Knock back and knead again before shaping into 200g balls.

Prove again until doubled in size.

Paint with a wash of beaten egg.

Bake 200c for 25-30 minutes or until risen and crisp.

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This entry was posted on June 4, 2014 by in Food, Other, Recipes, Roz's Raves and tagged , , , , .

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