Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Potato Buttermilk bread: how 2 make

Put a half cup warm water in a large bowl with one T yeast, 1 T sugar, and 1 T salt. Allow the yeast to ferment for about fifteen minutes. Peel two potatoes and grate them. Add them to 3 cups buttermilk, and heat the mixture until it is slightly warm. Add to yeast in bowl. Then add 7 cups of flour or so and knead for at least ten minutes. The dough should look like this:

Clean bowl and put some oil in the bowl, roll the dough in it and cover the dough in the bowl with saran wrap. Let it rise for a couple hours until doubled in size. Then reknead it for five minutes and separate in two loaves and put on a pan:

Allow the bread to rise in the oven until almost double. Then bake for 50 minutes at 400 degrees.
Final result:

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