Hello everybody, hope you are having an incredible day today. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, miso french bread made in a bread machine. One of my favorites. This time, I am going to make it a bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.
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Miso French Bread Made in a Bread Machine is one of the most popular of current trending foods in the world. It’s simple, it’s fast, it tastes yummy. It is enjoyed by millions daily. They are nice and they look fantastic. Miso French Bread Made in a Bread Machine is something that I have loved my whole life.
To get started with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook miso french bread made in a bread machine using 6 ingredients and 15 steps. Here is how you cook that.
The ingredients needed to make Miso French Bread Made in a Bread Machine:
- Take 60 grams Cake flour
- Prepare 70 grams Bread flour
- Prepare 90 to 100 grams Water
- Prepare 15 grams Miso
- Prepare 5 drops Lemon juice
- Take 2 grams Dry yeast
Sprinkle bottom of loaf pans with cornmeal. A couple of years ago I bought a bread machine for the first time. My food processor is a Cuisinart so I thought I would go with a bread machine from them as well and I absolutely love it. The bread maker came with a recipe book.
Steps to make Miso French Bread Made in a Bread Machine:
- Put the water and miso in a small pan, and heat up until just before it begins to boil. By killing the micro-organisms in the miso this way, the dough won’t be so loose and will be much easier to handle.
- Once the miso cools down, add enough water so that the mixture comes to 105 to 115 g, because some water will have evaporated.
- Put all the ingredients in a bread machine. Select the knead-only program, knead for 7 minutes only, then stop the program! Transfer the dough to an oiled bowl. Don’t over knead this dough!
- Leave to rise properly, until the dough has increased by 2 1/2 to 3 times in volume. The dough will contain lots of air bubbles at this point, so wait patiently.
- Take the dough out very gently so as not to lose those bubbles and place onto a flour dusted work surface. Round it off lightly and leave to rest for 15 minutes. If you want to divide it into 2, do so at this stage.
- I formed the loaves into long thin baguettes following bread master Tsukakei’s instructions. – – https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/144174-diagram-for-shaping-french-bread
- Form into shapes with canvas or something similar and leave to rise again (2nd rising). They have risen enough when they have doubled in size.
- Preheat the oven with the baking sheets inside. Slash the tops of the loaves with a knife, mist with water, and put into the oven with the kitchen parchment paper onto the hot baking sheet.
- My oven doesn’t have a steam function, so I put in some glass containers filled with boiling water along with the bread.
- My oven is rather weak, so I bake it at 250 °C for 30 minutes, but please adjust the time and temperature to your own oven.
- Baked. The slash got puffy and expanded.
- How the inside looks. It tastes cheesy rather than like miso. It’s a bit sour and has a deep flavor.
- The air bubbles are so-so…Since it contains miso, the crumb is a bit brown. It smells rather like there’s rye flour in the bread!
- The crust is thin and crispy, very nice.
- I tried making this one using the autolyse method (mixing the flour and water together and letting it sit for a while before adding the yeast etc.)The bread was springy and aromatic and had a great texture.
The French bread is the first bread I learned how to make in the bread maker using the recipe that was in that cookbook. I placed the bread on a wire rack to allow it to cool completely. I don’t think that there has been a time when I made the French Bread that I didn’t marvel at the result. This bread machine french bread recipe is very easy to make. It only uses a few simple ingredients such as flour, water, salt and yeast.
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