Recipe: Mandioc bread with bacon and mint

Bread with aromatic herbs
November 02, 2009



Do you have those Sundays when you decide to not cook anything but an idea borns in your mind, and it starts to grow bigger, insistent, full of details? Until you find yourself in the kitchen, to watch the clock and say, ok, I have two hours, I think I can make it for lunch!

Mandioc FlourI added mandioc flour (or yucca flour) to this bread to give it a south american taste.


Mandioc Bread with Bacon and Mint

Mandioc Bread with Bacon and Mint


Ingredients
200g durum flour
50g mandioc flour
150ml water
10g dry brewer's yeast
1 tsp sugar
100g pancetta or bacon
1 onion
20 mint leaves
50g cooked corn

Directions
Mix the yeast with the sugar and warm water, until it becomes foamy.
Mix together the mandioc flour and durum wheat flour, then add the yeast mixture, knead, and let it rise 1 and 1/2 hours.
Mince coarsely the onion, bacon and mint leaves and add to the dough. Add the corn, then put in
an oiled plumcake baking pan.
Bake in preheated 180° C (356 F) oven 30-40 minutes.



Mandioc Bread with JalapenoA similar recipe:

Mandioc Bread with Jalapeno


I'm sending this to Susan for her Yeast Spotting event.
This bread is also for BBD#24 - Mixed Breads.





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Comments

Author: Joanne (URL)
02/11/2009

The sequence of events that you describe actually very much resembles the story of my life. Except mine usually starts out by me saying I have to study and thus can t bake anything. And then getting home from class and realizing that the pay-offs from baking far outweigh those from studying. This looks delicious!


Author: radha (URL)
03/11/2009

you are a human bread machine,amazing!


Author: Graziana
05/11/2009

It became a ritual for me to bake some kind of bread during the weekend.
Joanne, I remember those feelings from my university years, sometimes some rest (and some fun) is the better choice for a fresh start!


Author: IDania (URL)
16/11/2009

FANTASTICCCCCCC!!!!! with capital letters!!!!
I absolutely love it!!!
Ciao,
IDania
http://elaromadeidania.blogspot.com/


Author: IDania (URL)
04/12/2009

Hi,

Round-up for BBD #24 is Published at:

http://elaromadeidania.blogspot.com/2009/11/bbd-24-round-up-resumen.html

Thank you for your participation,
IDania


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