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I'd been meaning to try this out for a while - so when my wife wanted something to eat with her afternoon coffee, I swung into action:Switch on the grill.Measure ingredients:50g s/r flour1 teaspoon sugar1/2 tsp mixed spice50g sultanas30+g waterMix into a dough, turn out on worktop, knead for about 5 seconds, flatten out into a disc about 15cm across, place in grill.This took about 3-4 minutes. Put timer on for 3 minutes.After 3 minutes turn over for one further minute.Serve!This method would also work for other flatbreads. I could imagine knocking out 4 naan breads in about 20 minutes, for instance.Cost:Flour - 1.5pSugar - 1p?Spice - 1p?Sultanas - 8pTotal - say 12p[Pic to come]
Now, if you can figure out how to do brioche using that method you'll be a wealthy man*! *or woman?Thanks though, will try out tomorrow.
I think this method will bake any bread - except perhaps ciabatta. I'll have a go with a yeast-risen bread soon. Here's a pic of the soda bread.
Do you think it will be ok in a panini press?
Hi hugoI had to google that - and I came across this:www.buzzfeed.com/arielknutson/surprising-things-you-can-make-in-a-panini-press#.an53Dg736So I think, there's no reason why not! Love to hear how you get on!
Needed some bread for lunch, so I put 200g of yeast-risen bread dough in the grill - and 4 minutes later I had bread.Finally got around to putting all this in a blog post.
I used to make pastry in a sandwich toaster (I was a student, there were no ovens).
Sounds perfect, think I'll try this out when I get home.
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