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Sweet Potato Bagels with Polenta

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CeciC

Sweet Potato Bagels with Polenta

Extra Fiber and whole grain with this bagel. It taste fantastic. As soon as they came out of the oven, they are all gone!! I gotta make another batch this week :P

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  SD Sweet Potato Bagel with Polenta      
Sourcehttp://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_5e15a7120102ds9i.html      
        
Total Weight1143      
Serving12      
Weight per Serving95.25      
        
Total Flour 808(Total Two TBS VWG)    
Total Water 125     
Total Hydration 15.47%     
Multi-grain % 14.85%     
        
        
 Build 1Build 2Build 3SoakerFinal DoughAdd-InTotal
Levain       
White Starter (100%)25     25
Wholewheat Starter25     25
Rye Starter      0
Yeast Water Levain (100%)      0
       50
Flour       
Extra-High Protein Flour (>14%)    450 450
Bread Flour213     213
AP Flour      0
 2630004500663
Wholemeal Flour       
Polenta    120 120
       0
       0
 00001200120
Liquid       
Water138   100 100
Milk      0
Soaker      0
Yeast Water      0
       0
       0
       0
 1380001000100
Others      0
Yeast    2 2
Salt    12 12
Milk Powder    14 14
SUGAR    14 14
Malt Powder    18 18
       60
ADD-IN       
Sweet Potato    200 200
Dried Cranberries    200 200
     200 200
        
        
Water Bath       
Water1.9L      
Food Grade Lye or2tsp      
Baking Soda1Tbp      
        
        
Direction       
- Autolyse all ingridient (except Salt & Yeast)20Mins      
- Add Salt and yeast then Knead
until its smooth n elastic
20 Mins      
- Divide and relax15Mins      
- Shape       
- Refridgerate /12-24Hours      
- room temp Second Proof (20C)2 Hours      
  Test for second proof doness - put a bagel in cold water if it floats, proceed 
Otherwise room temp proof for another 15-20mins 
Test again
      
Water Bath30Sec - 1Min Each Side      
Bake @ 204C (Rotate Once) till golden brown20 Mins      

 

Comments

andychrist's picture
andychrist

Those look delish! In what form did you incorporate the sweet potato, was it simply grated, or cooked first and mashed —or did you procure it as flour? Thanks!

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CeciC

I frist steam the sweet potato, let it cool n dry a bit than mashed them into puree and incorporate it as water. 

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dabrownman

and see those cranberries peeking out of the orange crumb,  Never seen SP bagels before.  Glad they are tasty and gone so you can make another batch.

Happy Baking CeciC

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CeciC

Ho ho then I will have to cut up the one I fought to keep. HAHA

Will upload the pic when I slice into mine

isand66's picture
isand66

I love this recipe!  I also love to use sweet potatoes in my bread but have never used them in bagels...yet.  Thanks for the inspiration.

Ian

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CeciC

this bagel is inspired by Txfarmer, I came across her post on pumpkin Bagels but since I have left over sweet potato that is as moist as a pumpkin mash so I threw them all in with a splash of water as I knead.