Good Morning bread – yummi

Good morning breadGood morning bread
Good morning bread

Today’s fresh baked bread was so good. Why did it take me all these years of trial and error when it was this easy ? !

How can something so simple could take so long to discover … Maybe because it took time for Columbus to discover America … ( Though how anyone can discover something , where there were already people living there)
Day Good morning dough was not done yesterday as I usually do , but was made this morning.
1 cup flour
1 cup sifted rye
1 cup lukewarm water
3 tablespoons of mashed potato powder
1 teaspoon bread spice
2 tablespoons bread syrup
0.5 cups of oil
1 teaspoon salt
1 package dry yeast
2 teaspoons baking powder
Mix all ingredients into a smooth dough that releasing the edges. Let rise for about 40 minutes. Remove the dough and work it a little with your hands. Remove the 8 buns and place them on a baking paper covered plate. Let rise again about 40 minutes under canvas. Let bake for about 10-15 minutes or until they got just the right color for about 225 c Brush with water immediately after they kommut out of the oven . Let cool for a towel.


5 Comments Add yours

  1. Looks and sounds yummy. But tell me, why should one bake breads when so many variations of this basic human foodstuff vie for shelf space to catch your attention?



    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Thanks Its fun, healthy and the best bread you can get, is the homebake once. 🙂


  2. kim says:

    Looks like a beautiful loaf! Please tell me what is bread spice?


    1. kim says:

      Oh and bread syrup too…


      1. Dinner Bank says:

        Thanks it taste really fantastic. 🙂 bread spices is a mix you buy ready here. But its 50% fennel and 50% anise. Bread syrup is a darker syrup with richer deeper flavior. You but it here under that name. Good luck and let me know when you made them. 🙂


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