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Saturday, 21 April 2012

Cider & Apple Bread

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This bread is perfect for the festive season, and provides that fruity sweetness that can be called for in a bread over the festive period. You'll find a number of uses for it, including a great accompaniment to hearty broths and stews, as well as great on its own of for a different twist on sandwiches. The one thins is it brilliant for is toast - and can give added dimension and pleasure with this comforting loaf.

15ml of sunflower oil
2 apples finely chopped
450g of strong white flour
Pinch of salt
tsp cinnamon
pinch nutmeg
20g of easy blend yeast
80g of grated cheese
150ml of dry cider
150ml of warm water

Heat up the oil and sauté off the diced apples

Mix together the flour and salt, cinnamon and nutmeg

Stir in the yeast

Add the water and cider with half the cheese and the apples into the mix

Mix to a smooth dough

Knead for 5 minutes, make into two loaves, slash the tops and cover with the remaining cheese let the dough double in proving.

Bake for about 20 minutes or until the hollow sound is given when tapping the bottom.

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