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Servings: 10

Preparation time: less than 60 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Black bread with olives:

Dissolve the yeast with a teaspoon of sugar in a little warm milk, then pour in the flour. Add soft butter, egg, salt and knead, adding milk from time to time. Add half of the olives. Leave to rise, then spread a rectangular sheet and sprinkle the rest of the olives. Roll and sprinkle with flour. Place in cake pan and increase. Bake for about 30 minutes.

200 grams of pitted black olives
5 tablespoons white flour
2 tablespoons black flour
2 cups and a half of warm water
fresh yeast (as big as a walnut) or 2 teaspoons dry yeast
1 tablespoon brown sugar
2 tablespoons olive oil

Put the yeast in a cup of water, mix with a handful of flour and put in a warm place for 30 minutes.

Add the sugar and the rest of the water over it and let it heat for 15 minutes.

Add the oil, salt and mix well. Add the flour little by little. Mix the composition well until the dough is formed.

The dough is placed on a plate sprinkled with flour until it becomes elastic. Add the olives and 1 tablespoon of oil. Let it rise for 1 hour (until it doubles).

The dough is divided into two parts, it is shaped into baguettes (you can make thinner baguettes and then divide the dough into several parts).

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    132 comments on Homemade Potato Bread - German recipe

    I made the breads following the recipe and I got 2 loaves exactly as in the presentation images above.
    I would like to make two mentions though:
    - the dough-potato combination came out so dense and sticky that my food processor was about to burn during mixing.
    When after 1 minute my robot stopped and it showed me a message that the engine is overheated and needs to be allowed to cool, I removed the dough (somewhat partially because I had a lot left on the robot's blades and hands, I didn't know to take it off than washing it, it was so sticky) and I continued kneading manually.
    - I think it is important the temperature in the room where the dough is allowed to rise, in my kitchen it was about 20 degrees and after 1 hour it had not risen at all, starting to rise only after I put it hot in the oven set at 30 degrees .
    By the second stage of growth I had already learned the lesson and I put it in the oven at 30 degrees from the beginning.
    Otherwise, I followed exactly all the instructions and the result was surprising for me - beyond expectations.

    After setting the oven to 230 degrees, put the raised bread immediately or let the oven heat up to that maximum temperature for about 10 minutes and then put the bread in?
    You mean you have to heat the oven before you put the bread in or not?

    The oven must be heated to 230 degrees Celsius before putting the bread in the oven.

    Is a tray still down for a normal stove oven? THX

    Yes, a little below the middle.

    I have been making bread at home for many years and various recipes, so I have some experience: certainly olive oil may not be an original ingredient in a German recipe, but of course we can basically put just about any oil we want. There is little liquid for this amount of flour: the classic proportion is about 300 ml of liquid per 500 g of flour, so…

    650 flour we found, but BL 550 nowhere, give us some directions?

    So complet completely forget about potatoes. In your opinion, are they completely dry, do they not contain water? As far as I know, potatoes have 81% water.
    BL 550 flour is a fairly common one, I find it sold on the Totkomlosi - Finom Liszt brand (at Selgros). It is not absolutely necessary to use this one, I have written this repeatedly in the recipe.
    Here is the original recipe, written by a gentleman from Baden Wurtenberg: Along with olive oil, I think that between the German state formations and the Mediterranean countries there were trade in the first centuries of our era.

    Laura, thanks for the recipe!
    I made bread with potatoes for the first time, it turned out extraordinarily good.
    Can I replace white flour with wholemeal flour?

    30% and supplementing the amount of liquid, because wholemeal flour absorbs more water.

    A very, very good bread. Congratulations. Laura and I have been following you on the blog and I have been inspired by your recipes for about 8-9 years. I made various goodies, among which the lamb in the crust of aromatic herbs and a couple of chocolate cakes are my pride as a cook. So when I want to cook something special, good or even incredibly good first of all I look for a recipe on your site.
    That's why when I read some comments made by people who don't know where they lost their 7 years at home (people who are probably even proud of their performance of being offensive for no reason) I wonder if they don't realize how embarrassing they are?
    I hug you.
    P.S. I like your personality.

    Mihaela, thanks for the appreciation. :)
    I hope the gentleman made bread, even though he hadn't come close to flour in his life in the morning. In fact, I think he would have succeeded, otherwise I suppose he would have come back to argue with me that in addition to the unpleasant personality, I also have bad recipes :))).
    Thank you for your support and trust and I am very glad that I succeed in my recipes and you appreciate them. I look forward to seeing you!

    Pride maaaare :))… huge I would say. Did people find out that they can answer without offending. either more or less subtle. I know ... You will say that your place is in the kitchen, not in human resources. But please .. It's none of my business ... everyone manages their business like they cut their heads off. I am glad that m. I was born in this wonderful country full of arrogant and full of people, it is a pleasure to do business here when the competition puts its own sticks in the wheel with the attitude "do as I do or yes. Te. To me - I have no desire or patience to explain without attacking you ". It's so "normal" / common that no one sees anything wrong with it, and that's why I love you! You may swear at me, but it will catch on. Future if you want to stay on the market for a long time from now on. If not, soon others will come with exactly the same recipes but a pleasant personality. I hope you understand that I didn't have to say that ... I do it only because the kitchen is not and will never be my field and because I appreciate your work. My question is: how much yeast is left to grow? It's the first time I've approached flour

    The growth time (activation) of the yeast can fluctuate slightly depending on several factors, such as its freshness and the temperature of the kitchen. I advise you to choose a fresh yeast that, if you touch it with your finger, you will not feel it at all sticky and it will smell pleasant. If you use dry yeast, proceed as explained in point 3. With both fresh and dry yeast, the dough is ready to use when it has visibly increased in volume and has blisters on the surface. An active yeast should be able to do this in about 15 minutes, with lukewarm water and in a warm place in the kitchen. If it does not succeed, give up the yeast and take it from the beginning with a fresh one.

    As for the rest of the communication, thank you for the effort to tell me that I have an unpleasant personality. Although, yes, I understand, you didn't have to say that, I'm right. You probably just enjoyed it. However, I emphasize that I am not in a business relationship with my readers, nor with you. The report is one in which someone offers (for free) and others receive, without obligation. Some recipients express their gratitude, others come to give advice, others are simply rude. I also have some who are mârlani, those who forced me to introduce moderation of comments. There are not a few, in a traffic of tens of thousands of unique ones every day, rarely do a few days pass in which someone does not offer me an anatomical organ for consumption.

    Obviously, and trying to say something more elegant than you, the situation is exactly as you described it: it's my blog, you are on, not on lauralaurentiusetemedearagazhelpherpunctro. I I offer here are recipes, I'm not looking for recipes. Anyone dissatisfied with what I offer? The internet is full of alternatives. Or the "market", as you said. Market that, thank you, I've been doing for about ten years.

    Excellent bread. And I made it with 650 flour. Bake in the wood oven. Crispy crust, and the core a miracle. Thanks for the recipe. It will remain our favorite bread recipe !!

    I am very glad that you succeeded and you like it! I'm waiting for you to try other recipes.

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    From these ingredients you get 2 large, beautiful breads, about 800 g each.

    • -500 g wholemeal flour
    • -500 g of white flour
    • -1 sachet (7 g) dry yeast
    • -1 teaspoon of sugar
    • -2 teaspoons of salt
    • -100 g of seeds (sunflower, pumpkin, flax, sesame)
    • -100 g seedless olives
    • -50 ml of olive oil
    • -650 ml of warm water

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