Bundles with garlic and parsley
You won't believe it, this is the work of my husband, the man decided to start kneading bread, to help his pupil, hi, hi, hi… ..he likes to eat bread so that's it for you. I gave him the recipe and then with my help you see what he made.
- Put flour, sugar, salt, yeast in a kneading bowl and mix it all well.
- Make a small hole in the middle of the flour and add milk, lukewarm water and olive oil.
- Combine everything well.
- Roll out the dough on a floured work surface and with the addition of a little flour, knead for about 8 to 10 minutes until you get a smooth and elastic dough.
- Make a ball of dough.
- In the bowl in which you kneaded, put the ball, coat with a little olive oil all around, cover with plastic wrap and leave to double, about an hour.
- Knead the dough once more on a lightly floured work surface and divide it into 15 smaller but equal balls.
- Roll each ball to a length of about 30 cm,
- Tie them in a knot and wrap the ends under the dough.
- Leave the nodules to rise for another 30 minutes, cover them with transparent foil.
- In the meantime save the coating for them.
- Heat the oil, then add the garlic and fry it at a medium temperature until slightly browned.
- Add finely chopped parsley and fry for another minute.
- Set aside to cool.
- Preheat the oven to 190-200 * C and bake the stews for about 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown.
- Put them hot in a larger bowl, then cover them with a coating of garlic and parsley and turn them well in that bowl, so that the coating sticks to them evenly.
- Add a little salt.
- Serve them a warm Bon Appetit !!!!
The recipe is from one of my books "Baking". From this amount you can make plain bread, without the addition of any other flour, means 450 g of bread flour, in whatever shape you want and without the addition of parsley and garlic at the end.