Here is another simple bread recipe using kabocha this time!
It ca easily be used for sandwiches and even hamburgers!
INGREDIENTS: For 8 balls
-All-purpose flour: 4 cups
-Lukewarm water: 120 cc/ml
-Oilve oil: 2 tablespoons
-Brown sugar: 1 tablespoon
-Salt: 1 teaspoon
-Dry yeast/yeast powder: 2 g
-Kabocha: 100 g
-Pour all ingredients, except kabocha, into the bowl of the Home Bakery (see above pic) and set for a first fermentation and switch on.
-Cut the kabocha into small pieces. Boil until soft. Drain well and pass through a sieve to obtain a puree.
-Once the dough has been fermented, take out of the Home Bakery mold. Mix it with the kabocha puree and knead well.
-Form a ball (it’s ok if some kabocha is still visible) and drop it in the Home Bakery mold. Set it for a first fermentation agan and switch on.
-Once the fermentation is finished take dough out and form 8 equal-sized balls.
-Sprinkle balls with flour and let rest on a oven hot plate for a second fermentation.
-When econd fermentation has been finished bake for 10 minutes at 200 degrees Celsius.
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