EASTER BREAD WREATH VIDEO
Today I want to share with you a sweet yeast dough recipe made with fermented baked milk. So far, it’s my favorite yeast dough. The pastries come out very soft, fluffy and with an extra special taste.
Also, I’m going to show you how to make this beautiful Bread Wreath that can be the centerpiece for your Easter table.
I will really appreciate your ❤️☺️
🔹 Ingredients for the dough:
approximately 600g of sifted flour
200 ml warm milk
100 ml fermented baked milk at room temperature (you can use buttermilk instead)
1 egg at room temperature
50g soften butter
1 package dry yeast
½ teaspoon salt
🔹 Ingredients for the filling:
100g dried apricots
80g apricot jam
🔹 In a clean bowl mix half of the warm milk, dry yeast, 1 tbsp of sugar and 3-4 tablespoons of flour. Cover the bowl with a lid or plastic wrap and set it in a warm, draft-free place for 15-20 minutes.
🔹 Wash the dried fruits in cold water and then in boiling water. After they are completely clean, cover the dry fruits with boiling water, submerge with a lid or plastic wrap and set aside.
🔹 Meanwhile, our yeast mixture raised well and increased in volume. We need to mix it and begin to make the dough.
In a stand mixer bowl add an egg, the rest of the sugar, half a teaspoon of salt and whisk until all the ingredients are combined.
🔹 Next add the yeast mixture, the rest of the warm milk, a few tablespoons of sifted flour and start to mix on low speed while gradually adding the remaining ingredients. Add the fermented baked milk to the mix and continue to add some more flour.
🔹 When most of the flour is in, add the soft butter in batches and keep adding the flour. When mixing with a whisk gets to be too hard, change it to the hook attachment and keep kneading the dough. If you don’t have a hook attachment, transfer the dough to the work surface and keep kneading with your hands.
If you think that the dough is very sticky and you want to add more flour, don’t rush to do it. Just knead the dough longer and you’ll notice how it changes and completely stops sticking to your hands.
🔹 Sprinkle the work surface with some flour, CONTINUE 👇👇👇👇👇