Notre pain quotidien - Daily bread



Quoi de plus génial que de faire son pain maison. Il y a des plusieurs recettes sur le net. Selon l'humeur du jour l'on peut faire un pain français, italien, sans gras, au lait, aux carottes, bananes, avec des herbes etc.

Aujourd'hui j'ai décidé d'adapter un peu une recette de pain français que j'avais.

J'ai mis dans la machine à pain, dans l'ordre suivant:

-250 ml + 2 c. à table d'eau à 80F
-5 ml de jus de citron
-22 ml d'huile d'olive
-15 ml de sucre
-5 ml de sel
-750 ml de farine tout-usage
-125 ml de farine de blé entier
-10 ml de levure

J'ai mis le tout au cycle 'dough'. Ensuite j'ai fait lever la pâte au four pendant 45 min. J'ai finalement fait cuire le pain, au four à 400F, pendant 25 min. sur la pierre à pizza.

Ce pain est délicieux. Les enfants m'ont demandé si je l'avais vraiment fait.

Source: Toastmaster Bread Machines cookbook


What is better than homemade bread. There is a lot of recipes on the net. Depending how you feel that day, you can make a french bread, italian, fat free, milk, with carrots, with bananas, with different kind of herbs etc.

Today I decided to modified a french bread recipe.

Put all these ingredients in that order in the breadmachine (for a 1 1/2 pounds bread):

-1 cup + 2 TBL of water at 80F
-1 tsp lemon juice
-1 1/2 TBL of olive oil
-1 TBL of sugar
-1 tsp salt
-3 cups all-purpose flour
-1/2 cup whole wheat flour
-2 tsp active dry yeast

This bread is done in two steps. Put all the ingredients in the breadmachine and select the 'dough' cycle.

Once done, let the dough rise in a warm place for at least 45 min.

Then bake in a warm oven at 400F for 25 min. I bake mine on a pizza stone.

This bread is really good. I just finished a slice with Nutella.

7 comments

  1. magnifique ton pain ! je te prend une tranche pour mon pti dejeuner :)
    c'est vrai que faire son propre pain est un plaisir et une pure satisfaction !

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  2. Ooohh...Nutella is a great way to finish this bread! I SO appreciate you posting this in English as well!

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  3. Moi aussi j'aimerais bien me lancer dans le pain "home made", mais je n'ai pas encore osé me lancer !

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  4. Ton pain est magnifique ! je vais essayer ta recette. Grâce aux blogs culinaires, je suis vraiment en train de rentabiliser ma MAP !
    Bises
    Hélène

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  5. Looks wonderful! I love to make bread too, I'm glad to find your blog, thanks for your comment.

    I’ve tried to translate the recipe of the mango cookies.

    CINNAMON AND MANGO COOKIES

    (makes 25 cookies)

    50 gr chopped fresh mango
    210 gr all-purpose flour
    ½ teaspoon baking soda
    ½ teaspoon salt
    50 gr bitter chocolate (I’ve used chocolate chips)
    ½ teaspoon cinnamon
    110 gr butter, softened
    160 g white sugar
    ½ tablespoon molasses
    1 egg
    5 gr vanilla sugar

    Preheat oven to 190ºC / 374ºF
    In a bowl combine flour, baking soda and salt.
    Divide the chocolate into small pieces and mix with the cinnamon.
    Beat together butter and sugar with an electric mixer until mixture is creamy.
    Add egg, molasses and vanilla sugar. Continue beating until mixture is light.
    Gradually add flour mixture to butter mixture, stirring until thoroughly combined. Stir in chocolate chips and mango.
    Form balls of 4 cm in diameter and place them on the baking sheet, evenly spaced.
    Bake the cookies for 15 minutes or until golden brown.

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  6. Helene, I do not understand French (I think it's French!), but thanks for leaving me your kind comments. :)

    Your food pictures look very delicious, especially those chocolate cake, I want I want. ;)

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  7. A pizza stone really does make the best crust on breads and pizzas. Yours looks wonderful.

    Thanks for the English post as well.

    Susan from Food "Blogga"

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