This is my Septemberpost for the Twelve Loaves challenge, the bread baking group stared by the talented Lora of Cake Duchess (with an extra very special thanks to the wonderful Renee of Magnolia Days who is always available to keep the group on it’s tracks), wherewe pick a theme each month and bake whatever we fancy, yeasted or not, as longas it’s in the bread category, so muffins, scones, and such are part of it too. Maybe you remember the cinnamon sugar challah, the whole wheat mountain bread or the mind-blowing cheese pesto filled naan. Today it was farmer’s market, and as you can see a trip to the market producedfresh strawberries and limes. There is lime in the filling and the glaze andthe red berries inside and out too.
So I’m printing it again here in the hopes that you will make it,despite your fear of yeast, laminated doughs and baking in general. It is a danishpastry after all, so it does imply a little extra work, but the results are so.much.better than you can ever imagine.
|Ready to chill for the first time (4 hours) before the first fold|
Turn the dough out on a lightlyfloured board; dust with a little flour. Flatten with a rolling pin to make a16 to 20-inch (40x51cm) square.
|Left: after first fold into thirds Right: after three folds into thirds|
- Ausytes – Lithuanian Onion and Bacon Buns by Karen at Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Blueberry Muffins by Liz at That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Broccoli Cornbread by Dorothy at Shockingly Delicious
- Carrot Quick Bread by Holly at A Baker’s House
- Homemade Pizza with Onions, Zucchini and Green Peppers by Rossella at Ma che ti sei mangiato
- Italian BLT Focaccia by Anne at From My Sweet Heart
- Spiced Pear Pecan Bread by Renee at Magnolia Days
- Zucchini and Caramelized Onion Pissaladière by Lora at Cake Duchess
#TwelveLoavesSeptember: Farmers Market.