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Recipe of Homemade Italian Dinner Roll Ciabatta Made Using a Bread Starter

Italian Dinner Roll Ciabatta Made Using a Bread Starter.

Italian Dinner Roll Ciabatta Made Using a Bread Starter

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To get started with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have italian dinner roll ciabatta made using a bread starter using 12 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to make Italian Dinner Roll Ciabatta Made Using a Bread Starter:

  1. {Make ready of Ingredients for the first day:.
  2. {Make ready 80 grams of ☆Bread flour.
  3. {Make ready 50 grams of ☆Cake flour.
  4. {Take 20 grams of ☆Whole wheat flour.
  5. {Make ready 1 grams of ☆Dry yeast.
  6. {Make ready 100 ml of ☆Whey (water).
  7. {Get of Ingredients for the second day:.
  8. {Get 100 grams of ★Bread (strong) flour.
  9. {Take 50 grams of ★Cake flour.
  10. {Get 1 grams of ★Dry yeast.
  11. {Prepare 60 ml of ★Whey (water).
  12. {Get 10 grams of Olive oil (you do not need this).

Steps to make Italian Dinner Roll Ciabatta Made Using a Bread Starter:

  1. Put all of the first day ingredients (☆) in a sealable container such as Tupperware, and mix well with a single chopstick or a wooden spoon. It'll be sticky, but don't worry..
  2. Place the lid on the container (do not seal) and leave it out at room temperature for 24 hours. It'll become bubbly and will have lots of holes..
  3. Add the second day ingredients (marked with ★ except for the olive oil) to Step 2 and mix well with a rubber or wooden spatula. Do not knead..
  4. Add the olive oil and mix some more. Do not knead..
  5. Lightly place the lid on the container (do not seal), and let the dough rise again at room temperature for at least 7 hours..
  6. Gently turn the dough out onto a surface that has been well dusted with flour and dust the dough as well. Do not punch out the dough..
  7. Cut the dough into four pieces with a dough scraper. Fold each piece into thirds and place on parchment paper. Cover with damp cloth, then with plastic wrap..
  8. Let the dough rise for 4-5 hours. Dust the dough with bread flour (unlisted), and spray them with plenty of water..
  9. Preheat the oven to 220℃ (preheat the baking sheet at the same time), then lower the temperature to 200℃ and bake for 25-30 minutes..
  10. Dip in olive oil mixed with rock salt and herbs and enjoy! Buon appetito!.
  11. Here, I swapped the water used on the second day with vegetable juice..
  12. Use this if you want an easier recipe. https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/144982-ciabatta-the-italian-dinner-roll.

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