21 Jul 2016
Craquelin is a unique Belgian version of the brioche as it contains little chunks of sugar spread into the bread. It is thanks to the profusion of sugar beet in Belgium that bakers - inspired by its cousin the Cramique (which contains raisins instead of sugar) - had the idea of creating this new variety of brioche. In fact the sugar melts during the baking to create little pockets of sweetness throughout the brioche.
Decoration ingredients (g)
"Mix Sunset Glaze with water. After decoration, keep the remaining glaze in the refrigerator"
Mixing phase 1
Mixing phase 2
Mixing phase 3
Decoration before baking
"For a delicious chocolate sugar bread: add 200 g of chocolate Belcolade Grains Noir Selection and 100 g of pearl sugar (P4) instead of 300 g of pearl sugar (P4)."
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