Blueberry Yoghurt Bread


Still have plenty of those blueberries left? Dry them!
As for me, I eat them with yoghurt for breakfast.
Which reminded me of a simple recipe for breakfast bread:
Blueberry Yoghurt Bread!

-Bread flour: 250 g
-Whole wheat flour/Graham Flour: 50 g
-Plain yoghurt: 150 g
-Unsalted butter: 13 g
-Milk: 80 ml
-Sugar: 1 large tablespoon
-Salt: 1 small teaspoon (you may want to reduce that)
-Dry yeast: two thirds of a large tablespoon
-Dried blueberries: 40 g
-Bluberry jam: to taste
-Beaten egg

In an appropriate bowl or recipient, drop and mix bread flour, whole wheat flour/Graham Flour, plain yoghurt, unsalted butter, milk, sugar, salt, dry yeast, dried blueberries. Let ferment as you woulddo with any bread.

-Once leavened, knead to let gas out. Form a bowl and cut iinto 6 equal parts.

-Cover with cellophane paper and let rest for 20 minutes.

-Stretch each ball with both hands first, then using a wooden roll stretch more on the picture.

-Brush one side with a little bluberry jam and roll with the jam inside.

-Place the balls as in picture inside a 19 cm wide baking paper mold.

-To help with second fermentation, place inside a microwave oven for 20 minutes at 40 degrees Celsius.

-During that time, preheat oven to 210 degrees Celsius.
-Take out bread out of microwave oven. Brush with beaten egg.
-Lower oven tempearture to 190 degrees Celsius and bake for 20 minutes.


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14 thoughts on “Blueberry Yoghurt Bread”

  1. darn and I was in both stores yesterday but I didnt care to ask. thanks for the advice! ill take care of the comment page later tonight.. Yup Ill join foodbuzz when my blog is 1 month old (it`s a requirement I think). It is barely a week old and having lotsa fun! thanks for visiting! Ill be posting some pics when I finally get to try your recipe. Thank you again!


  2. In Shizuoka City near the Shizudai… I want to try this recipe tomorrow but I dont have whole wheat flour or graham flour. Can I just use All-purpose flour instead? Thanks!


    1. Dear Marya!
      You can buy all kinds of flour at Parche (Shizuoka Station) or KALDI (also Shizuoka Station,
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