Remove the bread from the freezer. Place it with 2-3 cm distance from each other for further defrosting. For better keeping a moister in, it is better to not packing out the bread.
Defrost the bread for 15-30 minutes at ambient temperature and without draft
The duration of defrosting may vary depending on the type and weight of the product and the temperature in your place. The sign that the product is thawed and ready to bake is its softness. When pressed on the surface of the bread, it should be soft and spring, while the surface of the frozen loaf is firm and rigid.
5-7 minutes before the end of defrosting,
preheat the oven to 220 °C.
The bread should be baked using the steamed oven, otherwise, your bread will turn out to be dry and crusty. If there is no steam function in your oven, then you should moisturize the surface of the bread with drinking water before putting it into the oven.
When the required temperature is reached (220°C), place the bread and do it brown.
Choose the parameters of the baking program from below:
The temperature is 200 ° C
Baking time 8-12 minutes
8-10 minutes for bread weighing up to 150g
10-12 minutes for bread weighing more than 150g
The steam humidification is average
Pay attention to the color of the crust at the end of baking.The baking mode and time may vary depending on the type of bread, the design features of the oven and its operating conditions, as well as your personal preferences for the crunchiness of the crust.
Here hot baked bread is before you. Whatever the incredible pervasive bread aroma, let cool your bread down. There are some reasons to eat chilled bread. These are the effects on health, including the digestive process, and aesthetic reasoning. If you cut a hot loaf, the breadcrumb may stuck and reach after the knife.
Bon appétit and take care!
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