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Starter died;Made toast

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mijo.sq

Starter died;Made toast

After my starter died, I figured I'd try some old recipes. I figured that I won't add another loaf bread, so I did different shapings.

Recipe-

  • The ounce recipe is the original one,
  • I converted to grams.
  • Times were orignally developed for a 3 speed mixer.
  • Scaling is for small rolls, I don't remember the weight I used for the toast.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14607/Pan%20au%20Lait.pdf

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14607/Pan%20au%20Lait.xlsx (Excel 2007 format)


1st Trial

 

2nd Trial

2nd Trial Crumbshot - Second day crumbshot

Single Piece


Pull Apart Toast Shapes
1. Roll flat with rolling pin
2. Fill
3. Roll into log
4. Cut in the center
5. Line the molds, then lay into mold like cinnamon rolls
6. Proof
7. Spread topping
8. Bake

Singles

  1. Scale individual pieces (IIRC, 120g)
  2. Roll flat, then fill
  3. Roll into log
  4. Fold into "U" shape
  5. Slice down vertically in the center of the log
  6. Open and spread flat
  7. Proof
  8. Eggwash, top with assorted toppings
  9. Bake

I did end up slicing them the next day and turning into sliced toast, but making another sandwich with more ham and (melty) cheese seemed plausible.

Of course (Gluten-free) cake was for dessert. 

 

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thomaschacon (not verified)

Once I learned that they added public links, I jumped on it.

I've been looking for a way to share file easily for a long time, and now I have it.

How do you like?

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What's in the pain au lait that's not mentioned in the recipe? Ham, cheese, spinach?

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Gluten free dessert? Well, at least it's chocolate! :D

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mijo.sq

Dropbox is great, unfortunately I didn't realize they had the option for over a year.

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Oh, same bread recipe just different fillings. I used leftover spinach dip with some ham and cheese..

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The dessert fared much better than my tart.

It's actually supposed to look like that. Well done and completely burnt on top....