Twin Brioche

Twin Brioche recipe

1 Jul 2019

Recipe
Puraslim

With its symmetrical shape, this brioche is the perfect on-the-go snack, because it’s small enough to fit snuggly in the hand, while its shape allows it to be separated into two equal pieces. This versatile snack is simply perfect as breakfast, to accompany a quick takeaway coffee, or for a short snack when spread with a delicious red berry jam, for example. However you eat it, this small brioche will definitely meet your needs!

Ingredients

Dough

 
  • Tegral Brioche - 1000g 
  • Water - ±150g 
  • Yeast Fresh - 60g 
  • Butter / Mimetic - 100g 
  • Eggs - 300g 
  • Sapore Carmen - 50g 

TOTAL DOUGH 1660g

Topping

 

  • Cremyvit - 75g 
  • Water - 125g 
  • Milk - 125g 
  • Butter - 160g

Working method

Author: Guillermo Cordero

  • Country: Costa Rica 
  • Specialty: Crusty breads 
  • Motto as a baker: “My passion makes my difference"

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