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Does Boiling Dough Make The Best Bread Ever?

Does Boiling Dough Make The Best Bread Ever?

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Big thanks to Helix Sleep for sponsoring this video and for their continued support. So today I’m gonna be making bread that has an interesting technique that involves boiling the dough. That’s what I saw in the thumbnail, I immediately clicked.

And in fact, you boil the dough in water before you bake it. So initially you think perhaps that’s a bit odd, but if you really think about it, it isn’t because that’s how bagels are made. You boil the bagels before you bake them.

So I’m really intrigued to see how this will work for a loaf of bread. I’ve made bagels before. It works out beautifully, but this is not a bagel. So I found this recipe on YouTube. I will put a link down below to the original.

The title says, “you will no longer buy a bread. “There is no oven. “Unbelievably good.” So first of all, there is an oven, there is baking involved but it does look unbelievably good. And the only way we’re really going to find out if this is true is if we make it.

So let’s go ahead and get started. The recipe amounts are in metrics. So I’ll include a link down below to my website, which has a handy-dandy recipe converter. So it will have it in the U.S. volume metric.

Alrighty. First, we’re gonna need 400 milliliters of warm milk. Whoop. 10 grams of active dry yeast. This is different from instant yeast. 20 grams of sugar and eight grams of salt. Whisk that together.

Next, we’re going to add 600 grams of all purpose flour. (utensil scraping) This is a dough whisk. Love it very much. I’m gonna use my hands and start working everything together into a dough. If you’re into bread baking at all, I highly recommend one of these.

It’s super handy. It’s great for cleaning out the inside of your bowl. Great. And getting all that flour incorporated. Now we’re adding 30 milliliters of vegetable oil. So I’m gonna transfer this to my countertop, now that most of the oil is incorporated.

Like that. Look at that, isn’t it beautiful? We’ll cover the dough. Place this in a warm spot and let it rest for 45 minutes and then we’ll come back and shape it. So here’s our dough ball. It has doubled in size.

So our yeast has been consuming and eating up that sugar. And it has created CO2 gas, air bubbles, which is great. We’re gonna remove some of that and now roll it up to form a log to cut in half. Now we’re gonna divide these into thirds.

One piece of dough, and we’re going to roll it out. Five by six inches or so. Roll it up. We’re going to carefully pinch the seam and make sure everything is nicely sealed, including the ends. Give it a little roll so it evens out a little bit.

Good Now I’m gonna place this on a parchment lined baking sheet. Alrighty my lovelies, I’ve got a big pot here with about two inches of water that I’ve just brought up to a boil. Now we’re going to place our dough right into the water.

Boom. So wild. Boil them for two minutes. And we’re going to turn them to make sure that they don’t stick to each other and that all the sides get poofed up. Look at that, they’re expanding so much. 15 more seconds.

Look at that. Wild. They look like pupa. They look like bee larva. So this recipe comes from a Turkish YouTube channel called Gozde Yemek Tarifler. And I will put a link down below to the original. Now we’re gonna take a razor blade and score the tops of the dough.

This will help with the expansion as it bakes. So now we’re gonna pop these into a preheated 200 degrees Celsius or 392 degrees Fahrenheit oven for 20 minutes. Alrighty, my lovelies, I am back! The bread is finished.

This it what it looks like. Not too bad, huh? A little bit of wrinkles on the surface. Look how well it toasted though. So evenly, I didn’t have to put a glaze on it at all. (light music) Really impressed with how well and how evenly it browned.

And this is what it looks like underneath. So I baked this in a convection oven. I baked it at 370 degrees Fahrenheit. It feels kind of moist. It feels kind of damp underneath. Like, especially down over here.

It feels a little bit damp. Yeah. Can see the swirly, not huge. It’s a little dense. The bottom feels kind of squishy. The top is crispy. Alrighty, let’s give this a taste. Itadakimasu! It’s not bad. It is moist.

Mhmm. It’s slightly dense though. It could be a little fluffier, I think. Mhmm. But tasty. The top is, mhmm. I like the slight crispness on the top. I mean it’s freshly baked bread and it’s hard to beat freshly baked bread.

I will say the bottom portion of the bread seems a little bit almost damp, while the top gets nice and crusty, which I appreciate. I think it could be a little bit fluffier. It is nice and rich though.

We have milk in there, but I am really impressed with how evenly it toasted up in the oven. In my opinion, I have baked butter loaves of bread, but this recipe did come together relatively quick. There was only one rise, and it does have a very novel technique.

And if this is the recipe that will get you into your kitchen baking bread, then I’m all for it. Alrighty, my lovelies. Thanks so much for watching and big thanks to Helix Sleep for sponsoring this video.

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