South African BBQ pot bread

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Pot bread, or more correctly potbrood, is a favourite South African BBQ recipe - although in reality there are many different recipes that may be used to cook bread in a pot try, Doll Making Molds over the fire. also look at, Brooches in Jewellery Making Because it is cooked in a cast iron pot consider, RC Indoor Planes - which ideally should be the traditional three-legged potjie - the loaf of bread will be round. This particular South African BBQ recipe for pot look at, Candle Making Molds bread calls try, DIY Shops for white why not visit, Magic Card bread flour. This South African BBQ recipe also uses rolled oats which add both taste and texture to the bread.

If you can, prepare the dough a day before your barbecue. Once you have kneaded it, cover it with cling wrap and leave in the fridge to rise overnight (instead of placing it in the pot checkout, Making Doll Clothes next to the fire). You will find that cold checkout, Types of RC Robots dough that has risen slowly will produce bread with a better texture, and it will stay fresh for longer.

Ingredients
1 tablespoon of yeast granules or a yeast cake
2 teaspoons white have a look at, Brewing American Wheat Beer at Home sugar
3 cups lukewarm water
10 cups (1,2 kg) white why not visit, Rubber Stamping Relief Work bread flour
2 teaspoons salt
1 cup rolled oats
1 tablespoon cooking oil (sunflower is ideal)

Method
Mix the yeast cake, sugar, one cup of water , Candle Making Molds and two tablespoons of flour together and leave in a warm place look at, Rubber Stamping Relief Work for about ten minutes. Then sift together the remaining flour and salt, and add the oats, then the yeast mixture and the oil. Gradually pour in another two cups of water look at, Diecast Model Companies until you have a fairly stiff dough.

Note that if you are using instant yeast, mix it with the sifted dry ingredients and then add the oil and all three cups of water. , Make a Collage

Knead the dough well until it is smooth and elastic; but take care not to knead it too much. Allow it to rise until it doubles in size. Then knead the dough again and shape it so that it is round and about the size (diameter) of the pot. also look at, South African BBQ chicken and veg Grease the pot also see, Collecting Coins well and place why not visit, Kids Birthday Cakes in Numbers the dough inside consider, Kids Birthday Cakes in Numbers the pot. consider, RC Boat Outboard Cover and let it stand near to the warmth of the fire consider, Rubber Stamping Relief Work so that it rises again.

When it has risen, place , Diecast Vehicles the pot checkout, RC Helicopter DVDs on moderately hot why not visit, NOW AVAIL CHEAP COST OF ROOF RESTORATION MELBOURNE! coals and also place try, Embroidery Digitizing - 5 most common digitization myths coals on the lid. This will ensure that there is a reasonably even distribution of heat inside consider, Yoda Origami the pot. consider, CB Radio Range Allow to bake for about an hour. Then you can enjoy the bread you have made using this typical South African BBQ recipe.

 


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