Friday, August 2, 2013

Food In Process: breadcrown with fruit

Somewhere in July I've made this breadcrown with
dried peel fruit and didn't care that it turned to be
a Christmas bread. Because bread is my life force.
And it tasted pretty nice and healthy!

Da recipe: 40 gram dried cranberries, 10 gram assorted dried peel fruit30 gram melted butter, 5 gram yeast, a pinch of salt, 50 gram brown sugar, 250 gram plain flour, 1 tbsp. cinnamon + nutmeg, 100 ml water (room temperature), 1 egg

You can use the microwave to melt butter but its healthier to melt it in the sun.

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Da steps:
1. Grease a round cake pan with butter/oil. 
2. Sieve the flour, yeast, salt. 
3. Mix the dried peel fruit, cranberries together with the sugar and 1 tbsp. melted butter. Set aside.
4. Add the water to the flour mixture and knead until smooth and elastic. Add the melted butter and knead until smooth, elastic and not sticky. 
5. Place the dough in a (greased) bowl and cover it with cling wrap. Let it double it size for around 1 hour. 
6. After 1 hour of doubling, release the air inside the dough and roll it out by using a roller pin (see gif. image).
7. Spread and divide the dried peel fruit mixture over the dough and roll it up carefully.
8. Cut with a serrated knife the roll into 8 proportion. Place them in the greased pan and let it rest for another 1 hour. 

9. Pre-heat oven to 180oC. 
10. Whisk the egg and brush it on top of the breadcrown. This will create a nice brown color on top. 11. Bake the breadcrown for 35 minutes until the top is golden brown. 

Good luck!

38 comments :

  1. it looks so cute! i'm too afraid to try fried fruit though, i have some childhood traumas hahaha. i'd love to try to make a cinnamon roll cake that would look like yours! xx

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  2. Oh this recipe i very simple and really delicious! I saved the link because I want make this recipe for Christmas Holidays.
    xx

    www.sakuranko.com

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  3. Whoa, your fruit bread came out so pretty! All the fruits look like small jewels. ^^

    I used to eat an Italian bread very similar to that every Christmas. My dad's patient would fly to Italy and bring us back a loaf every year.

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  4. Wat ziet het er lekker uit zeg, YUM! En wat leuk die gifjes erbij, maakt het makkelijk om te maken hihi! Ik krijg er echt honger van :o

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  5. looks delicious :)
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  6. WOAH?! you can really bake?!! It really amazed me how girls love baking all sorts of things from cookies to cakes. I never have a single strand of talent in baking. I was wondering how do you insert a moving picture?

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  7. Euhh halloooOoOoo? Kom je ook keer voor ons bakken :D?

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  8. This looks really delicious! I've never cut pastry like this before, but I think it's a good idea! :)

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  9. Wow that is awesome! It looks so professional, haha.

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  10. Oh wow, I've never seen anything like this before but it looks amazing! If I tried making it, I feel like I'd be tempted to eat all the dried fruit before I start, haha.

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  11. This looks so yummy and healthy!
    I love how you always find a way to nicely balance it out!!!!

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  12. Look soo yummy!! Pretty excited to give it a try soon! Thank you for the recipe :)

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  13. I'm SO starving now. The animation clip is doing nothing to help it haha, or stop the drooling. This is probably one of your yummy recipes yet! :)

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  14. Wat ziet dat er mooi en lekker uit! Ook erg mooie post heb je gemaakt, super met die gifjes ertussen:)

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  15. Hey! I just came across your blog and I love it!
    Would you like to follow each other on our social media? xx

    http://www.fashionnarcissism.com/

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  16. Looooks yummeeeehh!! It does look like Christmas bread :p Thanks for sharing!

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  17. woaah looks so yummy :D
    and the gif! haha love it

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  18. Damn, this looks gooood! I told myself not to eat too much today because I am going out later but I just HAVE to have a sweet treat now :-)

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  19. This looks very delish! Yeah, Bread 4ever haha :D

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  20. Ohh, those look awesome. I love that you included a gif. It's making me hungry. xD

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  21. oh my, that looks insanely delicious x

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  22. YUM ! I want!

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  23. Wooow! I'd like to try this one next time. It looks really delicious <3

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  24. that looks perfect, and it seems easy to do huh,
    another nice recipe thanks for sharing,
    now i feel hungry because of that

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  25. Ziet er super lekker uit. Leuk recept!<33

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  26. Omg mei ziet er GEWELDIG UIT!! xx

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  27. Ziet er super lekker uit en het klinkt ook nog eens heel lekker!

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  28. Oh my goodness, that looks so delicious!! I wish I had the patience to bake...but I'm so lazy these days :/ I will have to try one of your recipes sometime though :)

    -Mei
    http://meihearts.blogspot.com

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  29. Very nice! Ik zou hem alleen wel maken zonder dat groene jell achtig spul, wat dat vind ik niet zo lekker :P

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  30. this looks so delicious mei. you are such a good cook!!

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  31. omg no way! this looks amazing!

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  32. Such a cool post! I love your little video at the beginning. That bread looks so delicious. It looks so soft and doughy in the middle. Yum!

    xox,
    anna-lamode.blogspot.com

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  33. This is just too cool and that looks so delicious, Mei!!
    You are soo talented!

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