FOR THE DOUGH
|1 1/3 cup All purpose flour|
|1/2 tsp Sugar|
|2/3 cups Milk|
|1 tsp Instant Yeast|
|1 tbsp Olive Oil|
|1/2 tsp Salt|
F0R THE FILLING
|1/3 cup Mozarella cheese|
|1/4 cup Sundried tomato|
|1/4 cup Fresh Basil|
|3 tsp Chilli Flakes|
|3 tsp Oregano|
Bread baking is therapeutically and I love to bake. I like the smell of yeast and the freshly baked bread. My kids love the bread I bake for them and I generally bake when they visit me. Now that my son is here, I decided to bake a savory bread which is loved both by my daughter and my son. While checking on Bread Bakers theme I realized Anshie our host for this month who blogs at Spiceroots) wanted us to bake an Italian bread from any region in Italy. So I thought why not bake an Italian savoury bread for him, which will be a bread according to the theme and the one he likes too. So here is the eggless version of Pane Bianco, a bread from Italy.Thank you Anshie for suggesting this theme
This bread is stuff with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, and spices and topped with cheese and shaped like alphabet “S” and then baked to that golden brown colour to yield amazing bread and I love the shape of this bread
FOR THE DOUGH
Transfer the flour, sugar, yeast and salt to the bowl of a stand mixer. Mix well. Now slowly add the butter and required amount of milk and run the stand mixer in minimum till everything comes together. After it comes together, let the mixer knead the dough for 7 minutes in speed 1.
Transfer this to a well oiled bowl, cover it and keep it in a warm place for 1 hour for the dough to rise and double .
FOR THE FILLING
Chop the sundried tomato and basil into small pieces. Mix it with the chilli flakes and oregano. Shred the cheese and keep aside
Cover the bread loosely and let it rise for 40 minutes in a warm place
Preheat the oven to 180 C
Brush the bread with milk and bake it for 35-40 minutes or till it starts to brown
Transfer this to a cooling rack and cool completely. Cut into slices and serve warm
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