The benefits of the frozen bread:
Freshly baked bread is always at your hand.
Freezing is the safest natural storage process.
Individual packaging means safety.
Heat treatment means one more safety point.
Opportunity to stock up on bread a month in advance and even more.
Simple and clear baking instruction.
Speed: to bake it faster than going to the store.
Incredible bread aroma at home without much effort.
Warm, tasty like homemade bread on your table!
BAKING instructions for par-baked bread
Remove the bread from the freezer. Place it with 2-3 cm distance from each other for further defrosting. To maintain moisture inside the bread, keep the packaging on.
To defrost the bread, leave it for 15-30 minutes at room temperature without a draft.
The duration of defrosting may vary depending on the type of product, its weight and the room temperature.
If when you press on the surface of the bread, it is soft and springy, then this indicates the bread has defrosted and is ready to bake.
5-7 minutes before the end of defrosting,
preheat the oven to 220ºC.
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 oven has reached the temperature of 220°C, place the bread inside the oven and wait until the crust is brown and do it brown. For best results, use the baking parameters below:
The temperature is 200 ° C
Baking time 8-12 minutes
For bread weighing up to 150g, bake for 8-12 minutes at 200° C.
For bread weighing more than a 150g, bake for 10-12 minutes at 200° C.
The steam humidification to 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.
And voila, your newborn hot fresh bread is ready! Despite the incredible smell of your bread, you must let it cool down before consuming. There are different reasons to let the bread cool sown before you eat it. These are both for heath and aesthetic purposes. For example, it is better for your digestive system not to eat the bread straight from the oven. Also, if you cut a hot loaf in half, the breadcrumbs might get stuck on your knife.
Time to relish! Of course, ciabatta can easily feed your hunger. It tastes great on its own. But here are some more options for completing this delicious culinary story :) Sliced ciabatta is the perfect companion to a bowl of soup or plate of pasta for dinner. Bake the slices to get a crunchy snack crostini. Ciabatta is the incredible basis for a fresh juicy sandwich with meat or fish, mozarella and vegetables, as well as for a warm and crispy grilled sandwich. From sliced and toasted ciabatta you can cook excellent bruschettas with various toppings. You can surprise family and friends with an original pizza on an unusual tasty basis. And even impress with a light fruit dessert!
Bon appétit and stay healthy!
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