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Beer glazed Potato-Beer-Bread for BBD #60

30. Juni 2013, 16:23pm

Veröffentlicht von zorra

Third time's a charm!

Beer glazed Potato-Beer-Bread for BBD #60

My first attempt of a beer glazed bread was a failure. The loaf developed quite a swelling during baking. I guess the proofing was too short. Plan B was okay - I made a Russian braid, a loaf I already posted before - just glazed it with egg white. Not really original for the 6th anniversary party of BBD. So I tried again with the beer glazing, and this time successfully. Yeah, third time's a charm!

Happy 6th Birthday Bread Baking Day!

Beer glazed Potato-Beer-Bread

Beer glazed Potato-Beer-Bread

makes: 1 loaf

Tasty bread with a crunchy crust and fluffy crumb.

Ingredients

  • 50 g whole wheat flour
  • 450 g flour
  • 120 g boiled mashed potato
  • 10 g fresh yeast
  • 130 g beer of your choice
  • 150 g water
  • 11 g salt

  • Beer glaze
  • 20 g beer
  • 1 g fresh yeast
  • 15 g flour

Instructions

  1. Add all ingredients expect salt in the bowl of your mixer. Mix on low speed 1.5 (Bosch MUM 8) for 4 minutes, add salt and mix 6 minutes on speed 2 (Bosch MUM 8). Cover and let rise for 60-70 minutes. If necessary make one Stretch & Fold after 30 minutes.
  2. 30 Minutes before you shape the bread prepare the glaze by mixing well all the ingredients.
  3. Form bread into a round, spread the glaze and dust with a little flour and let rise for about 90 minutes or until the glaze gets cracks.
  4. Preheat and oven pan to 230 C. Bake loaf for 15 minutes, open oven door to release steam. Reduce heat to 200 C and bake for another 25-30 minutes or until it sounds hollow when the bottom is tapped. If the bread turns to dark cover with aluminum foil. Remove and cool on a wire rack.
Inspiration: Brot Pain (Richemont)
Bread Baking Day #60 - Glazed Bread for 6th anniversary / Brot mit Streiche zum 6. Geburtstag (last day of submission July 1st 2013)

In addition this loaf goes to Susan's YeastSpotting, the weekly showcase of yeasted baked goods and dishes.

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Julia 30/06/2013

das sieht super saftig aus :) mit maaaarmeeelaaadeeee ;) mhhhhhhhhh

Anna 01/07/2013

Ob glazed oder nicht, das Brot sieht einfach toll aus. Super Krumme! Mhm...

Sandra Gz 01/07/2013

Schöne Idee - Kartoffelbrot hatten wir schon und Bierbrot auch, aber noch nicht vereint :D
Ich verwende gerne dunkles oder Malzbier, das gibt einen tollen Geschmack.

Aisha 02/07/2013

This bread looks great!!!