21 Apr 2016
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Working method Mixing 4 min. slow ± 5 min. fast Dough temperature 22°C Bulk fermentation Place the dough on a tray, cover with plastic and give a rest of 30 min. at -18°C. Then give a bulk fermentation of ± 60 min. at +5°C. Lamination Place the Mimetic in the middle of the dough and fold the dough equally along both sides. Roll out the dough at 7 mm and give 2 single folds (folding in 3). Let the dough rest under a plastic for 30 min. at -18°C. Roll out the dough at 7 mm and give a third single fold. Roll out the dough to 2,8 mm. Make up Cut triangles of 11cm base by 22cm height (weight 60 gr). Take a triangle of dough and fix the top with your fingers to the table. Start by rolling carefully the triangle from the base to the top. Final fermentation ± 60 min. at 28°C, 85% RH Decoration before baking Brush with Sunset Glaze Oven temperature 210°C with initial steam Baking time 16-18 min. with damper open the last 5 min. of the baking time.
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