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My first Ciabatta

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GlindaBunny

My first Ciabatta

It could probably use a little less flour next time, but I'm glad the holes aren't too big to hold a little butter.

 

 

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AnnieT's picture
AnnieT

GlindaBunny, those look wonderful, congratulations! Which recipe did you use? Did you find it easy or difficult? They look so professional - just like old slippers! A.

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Floydm

That looks great. A first try? Seriously, those are awesome.

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Trishinomaha

These look wonderful!

Trish

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weavershouse

Nice job. They look delicious!!                                                     weavershouse

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Jeff M

Now I'm hungry

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GlindaBunny

I used the quick one from this site:

 

http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/2984/jasons-quick-coccodrillo-ciabatta-bread

 

I know it's horrible, but I still don't have a scale yet.  I guessed the measurements.  I used 3 1/2 cups flour... ran out of bread flour, so used AP.  I had absolutely no clue how much salt 15 grams was.  I used 2 t of kosher salt and it seemed to taste right to me.

 

They're all gone now... 

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JMonkey

Great looking loaves. Cripes, you should have seen my first ciabatta. Looked like a flatbread ....