Pok our hungry rooster is waking me up with the rising of the sun. So I jump out of my bed to feed the chickens. A shiver runs over my back when my feets touch the almost frozen floor.
While my sweet husband is lighting a fire in the woodstove I preparing the dough for the bread.
- 500 grams of flower
- 7 grams of dry yeast
- 6 grams of salt
- 9 grams of sucre
- 360 ml of lukewarm water
After mixing the ingredients, I let the dough rise in the pan for about one hour. Reusable bakingpaper prevents sticking.
I leave the bread on the stove untill it start to give a lovely smell. After checking if the top is drie, it is time to turn the bread upside-down.
Depending on what kind of crust I prefere today, the bread stays about 30 minutes or a little longer on the stove.
After 1 hour the temperature finally reaches 10°C in our house. Everytime i am amazed, that even with the cold the dough rises. With the rising prices of the bakingoil and gaz this way of baking bread is a great solution to safe money. And in our case the stove is burning hot anyway.
But enough typing, the bread is ready it smells great in here. I am going to enjoy my breakfast.