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Is known for the pasta along with the pizza, Italian meals are easy recipes with not many ingredients but of outstanding quality. Tomatoes, basil and olive oil are standard Italian items. Complete Italian dishes have been recognized to include ten various courses. Italians can also be known for liking of desserts like cheese, cake, fruit, sweets and cookies.

 

Italian meals are more than simply pizza and spaghetti. There i... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make Brioche

(8 ratings)
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Prep time
15 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
35 mins
Brioche
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Yeast
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : March 18, 2019


Ingredients used in Brioche
• Butter - 15 grams.
• All purpose flour - 250 grams.
• Salt - 5 grams.
• Water - 50 ml.
• Milk - 70 ml.
• Active dry yeast - 7 grams.
• Sugar - 15 grams.
• Egg - 1 number.
Method:
  • In a bowl add sugar, active dry yeast, water, milk, salt, egg, mix it till sugar melts.
  • Add all-purpose flour, mix this like a dough, the dough will knead it well for 5 to 7 minutes.
  • Now add butter and mix this and again knead it for 3 to 4 minutes, cover the dough with wet cloth and rest it for 30 minutes, after that give a punch to the dough and again rest it for 30 minutes.
  • Divide the dough into equal portions, using the palm of your hand roll it on one edge of the portion and make a hole in the center of the larger portion.
  • Tuck in the smaller part in through the center and pull out to form the brioche shape.
  • Rest it for 15 minutes covered with a wet cloth, then give a milk wash to the brioche.
  • Bake them at 200c for 20 minutes.

Serve this hot with cream, butter or jam.






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Is known for the pasta along with the pizza, Italian meals are easy recipes with not many ingredients but of outstanding quality. Tomatoes, basil and olive oil are standard Italian items. Complete Italian dishes have been recognized to include ten various courses. Italians can also be known for liking of desserts like cheese, cake, fruit, sweets and cookies.

 

Italian meals are more than simply pizza and spaghetti. There is an array of ingredients, tastes, and recipes to try out at your home.

 

Italian foods are vivid and gratifying without being heavy. It is vibrant and textural and relies on an entire palette of flavor, Experiencing Italian delicacies is much more experiential, not rational. It develops from a much more emotional place that is extremely evocative.

Italian food is usually a celebration of produce, and proteins are a second thought, A standard Italian meal will begin with a big plate of antipasti, that are mainly veggies (like pepperoncini, mushrooms, and artichoke) and an array of healed meats (such as prosciutto and capicola). After that it progresses to a small pasta recipe, that is accompanied by the light protein-perhaps a leg of lamb, basically but wonderfully prepared. As your food moves on, it gets simpler. Italian dishes generally have an opposite crescendo.

 

From that preliminary crescendo towards the final savored bite, each and every traditional Italian food is made upon the standard yet most delicious ingredients. Standard items are important in the flavor of Italy, which, at their finest, derive from seasonality and locality. Olive oil will be the foundation of the majority of Italian cooking (to braise, fry, and drizzle), then come the veggies. Garlic and onion are the common, but extreme green veggies are sometimes stars to the dish. Vinegar generally boasts a primary place in an Italian kitchen.

 

Some might be amazed to know how much of a staple fish is within the Italian eating plan, regardless of whether it is fresh from the sea or canned in oil, like sardines. The conventional Italian tastes are extremely strong that you do not need plenty of anything. An average quantity will help a lot.

 

While preparing Italian delicacies in the home, go for top level pasta you can manage. That's, obviously, except in cases where you are experiencing committed and wish to make your own.

 

Lastly, understand that good Italian food make use of top quality ingredients is a high priority when you are bringing Italian delicacies to your kitchen. So when you get a dish that you love, don't give up. Practice till it can be done with your heart and hands only-just like the Italians do. As soon as that recipe is improved, proceed to a fresh one or even a new method and very soon you will possess a lot of yummy dishes you can use.

Let’s enjoy some of Italian recipe!!



 

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tabaks Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

How come this recipe's first part is EXACTLY the same video as the doughnuts' one?

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omayma1969 Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

Good question!

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MSE. Dzirasa Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

Of course the brioche is FRENCH by origin... hahahaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

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MSE. Dzirasa Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

The entire recipe was fun and sexy...Thanks vahchef...Trust the FRENCH for taking their romantic notions into the world of breads and rolls...:)

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Blikowa Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

So the dough is the same as the donut recipe dough?

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tonewife Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

boobies hahahaha

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potofgold07 Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

yeah its funny if you're 12 years old

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Dhiya Almosawi Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

Thanks Chef

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Girl In Trouble Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

This was fabulous. Ive always wanted to be able to make this. I just buy it ready made but to be able to make it fresh and hot, anytime you want it- wow. You showed us its possible for us to make it. Will def give this recipe a try. Thanks

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Amanda Rossouw Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

yumm at my house I use this as hamburger buns, garlic knots or garlic bread and sandwiches. delicious. Thank you.

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Amanda Rossouw Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

chef can you show how to make crispy artisan bread. Thank you and how to shape the dough.

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Amanda Rossouw Posted on Thu Jun 13 2013

I also use this dough to make sticky buns or cinnamon bread. The dough is very versatile and fool proof.

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