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4.3.10

RUSTIC WHITE BREAD – HÁZI KENYÉR


Absolutely no kneading!
Makes 2 - 1 kg - loaves

4 cups lukewarm water
2 Tbsp granulated quick-rise yeast
2 Tbsp coarse salt
8 -1/2 cups white flour
Foil lined baking sheet
Cooking spray
Cornmeal
Small metal container for water

1. Pour water into a 4 litre ice cream bucket
2. Add yeast and then salt
3. Add the flour and stir until flour is just incorporated.
4. Let the dough rise uncovered for 2 hours.
5. Cover the bucket with a lid and refrigerate it overnight.
6. Next day spray the foil and sprinkle it with cornmeal
7. Divide the dough in half.
8. Shape half of the dough into a loaf.*
9. Return the remaining dough in the refrigerator.
10. It can be used for up to 2 weeks.
11. Place the shaped loaf on the prepared baking sheet.
12. Set the timer for 20 minutes.
13. After 20 minutes rest sprinkle the top with a little flour.
14. Slash the top 1/4” deep 4 times.
15. Place a small metal container in the oven.
16. Set the oven to 450F and set the timer for 20 minutes.
17. After 20 minutes pass pour 1 cup of hot water into the metal pot.
18. Take care not to scald yourself as the hot steam rises.
19. Quickly slide the loaf into the oven.
20. Bake for 25-30 minutes.
21. Remove the loaf and cool it on a baking rack.
22. Bread should be cool before slicing with a serrated knife.
23. For thin slices the loaf should rest for a day.
24. Wrap it in a clean kitchen towel and leave it on the counter.
25. The following day it will slice thin and uniform.

* Please note: "shaping the loaf" here means plunk the dough down and quickly guide it into a loaf shape. Do not roll it with a rolling pin or tuck the ends under, not if you want a uniform texture; free from large air pockets.

1 comment:

  1. Kedves ZSUZSA,

    I am very greatful for your work and willingness to share your wonderful recipes.
    Born in Transylvania I left the country 26 years ago and unfortunately I have a hard time now to conversate or write in Hungarian. I need to go back for a few months to get it back.

    Kellemes Karacsony Unnepeket es a nagyon Boldog Uj Evet Kivanok!BUEK 2010!
    Octavian Kovach-North,
    Dallas, TX

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