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Cornmeal baps for Anne

Cornmeal baps for Anne
These small round baps are made with a mix of wheat flour and fine cornmeal. The dominant corn gives a moist and very yellow crumb.
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For 20 baps, you will need:



Nutritional information:

Whole recipe
Calories
3013
151%
Proteins
101g
39%
Carbohydrates
561g
53%
Fats
41g
6%
 Per 100 g 
Calories
246
12%
Proteins
8g
3%
Carbohydrates
46g
4%
Fats
3g
1%
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% are calculated relative to a Recommended Dietary Intake or RDI of 2000 k-calories by day for a woman (change to a man).


Times:

Preparation : 53 min.
Resting : 5 hours
Cooking : 30 min.
Start to finish : 6 hours 23 min.
Preservation : Several days in a towel bag.


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 For 20 baps : 2.21 €
 Per baps : 0.11 €

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Step by step recipe:


1
Warm 100 ml water and pour into a bowl. Add 1 teaspoon caster sugar and 20 g yeast. Mix gently with a whisk until yeast is completely dissolved, then add 30 g flour and mix again throughly with the whisk.
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #1
2
Cover the bowl with a plastic sheet, and leave in a warm place for at least 2 hours.

At the end of this time you will see that the contents of the bowl has fermented, and that it is bubbling and frothing slightly. This mixture is called a poolish.
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #2
3
Tip into the mixing bowl of a food processor: poolish, 300 g Fine cornmeal, 400 g flour, 2 eggs, and 8 g salt dissolved in 240 g milk warmed beforehand, either for several hours at room temperature, or a few seconds in the microwave.
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #3
4
Knead on slow speed for 5 to 8 minutes.
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #4
5
Gather dough into a ball, put in a bowl covered with a plastic sheet, and leave in a warm place for around 2 hours...
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #5
6
...until doubled in volume.
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #6
7
Cut the dough into pieces of about 50 g and roll into balls, as for ciabatta.

Cover with a plastic sheet and leave to rest in a warm place for about an hour.
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #7
8
Preheat oven to 200°C (390°F).

Brush the tops of the baps with a little milk.
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #8
9
Cut a cross in the top if you wish.
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #9
10
Bake for about 30 minutes (watch for colouring).
Cornmeal baps for Anne : Photo of step #10

Remarks:

These cornmeal baps are very soft, and can be eaten with either sweet or savoury additions, but are delicious on their own too.

This cornmeal bread should not be confused with the traditional American cornbread, which has a more cake-like texture.

Source:

Home made.

Last modified on: December 10th 2013

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