Peppery strawberry-avocado bread

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It's just nothing about homemade bread with a great spread! This time it should be a strawberry avocado spread. Baking bread yourself is usually easy, but unfortunately it is a bit time-consuming, even without a baking machine. The long wait until the dough has gone nicely, unfortunately keeps me from baking bread more often. Last weekend I finally had time and leisure again. The week before I was sick and did almost nothing, but right where I got better, I baked a thyme wholemeal bread.

For the bread you need

  • 500g whole wheat flour
  • 1 Packet of yeast
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1-1.5 tsp salt
  • 1-2 tablespoons dried thyme
  • 2 tbsp vinegar
  • About. 450ml water

First, let the yeast do something with the sugar in warm water. After reading that you want to get along with less salt with almost the same taste, if you dissolve the salt in advance together with the yeast in water, so I have given about a not quite full teaspoon of salt to the Vorgegorenen yeast and again ca. Take 10 minutes. Since I like to eat something salzärmer anyway, it was enough, but maybe for you 1.5 teaspoons better (that would be about 6 grams).

The yeast salt mixture is then kneaded together with the remaining ingredients into a dough. Let her go in a warm place for about 30 minutes. Then knead again and put in a box shaped with baking paper.
I put the box shape then always at about 50 degrees in the oven until the dough has doubled. After that, the bread is 160 degrees upper-under heat baked for about 50 minutes until it is slightly brown. When the oven is switched off, it can still remain in the heat.

Strawberry-Avocado spread

The homemade bread is perfectly matched by a Avocadoaufstrich of fresh avocado. The avocado is crushed with a fork and mixed with pepper. I have taken pepper lime from tree of life (ingredients: pepper * *, lime * *, paprika *, ginger *).  Remove the avocado on the bread and place with strawberries and sprinkle some pepper on the strawberries. Tomatoes, of course, are the same as the strawberries. I like to have some turkey breast or sliced cheese. Even the perfect cuts are done!

By the way, try the pepper to your cut strawberries. This gives you a whole new aroma!

Have you ever tried strawberries on bread? Maybe you have some more great ideas for fancy bread toppings? Then always give it to me!


* = Ingredients from organic farming * * = ingredients from organically-dynamic cultivation

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