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by Glenda Caine
 
A friendly local bakery may give you bread dough if you give them a day's notice. This makes the task easy but if you have to make the breads proceed as follows:
  • 1 kg flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 10g sachet of instant yeast
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 2 tablespoons sunflower oil
  • Ĺ ascorbic acid tablet dissolved in a little water
  • Warm water to mix

In either a blender of processor thoroughly mix the dry ingredients and then add the water (with the dissolved ascorbic acid tablet) to make a dough that sticks together and is pliable.

Put it in a lightly oiled bowl and leave to rise in a warm place. When its risen beat it down and form it into rolls and place on baking tray, again covered with a cloth, and leave to rise for about another 45 minutes.

Grill the breads over hot coals until they sound hollow when tapped.

It's a good idea to slice tomato and onion, season it lightly with salt, pepper, some sugar and herbs, and cook these on a flat tray or in a tinfoil boat alongside the breads.

Spread the cooked roosterbrood with butter, and let everyone dollop some tomato and onion onto them and eat round the fire.

Cook's Note: The small amount of ascorbic acid feeds the yeast and helps it to rise and produce a better result.

 
 
 
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Posted by Glenda Caine
21 Sep 2010



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