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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Potato Bread - Prefect For Soups

Whenever i bake a bread, sometimes they turns as disaster and sometimes prefectly...This time needless to say my potato bread turns excellent also they tastes delicious coz of slightly mashed potato pieces, fried onions, rolled oats etc...I didnt went through any cookbook r googled to make this bread, i prepared myself with simple ingredients presents at home, initially i didnt have much confident and thought this bread will surely gonna turn as disaster, Oh my god when the dough doubled their volume and until they got baked i was really very happy about this bread..we enjoyed this bread with salted butter with a bowl of soup..This is my entry for BBD#17 - Bread And Potatoes guest hosted by Lien of Notitie Van Lien..


1cup All purpose flour
1cup Wheat Pastry flour + 1/2cup for dusting n kneading
1/2cup Rolled oats
1tbsp Active dry yeast
1tsp Sugar
1tsp Salt
1/4cup Milk(lukewarm)
1/2cup Luke warm water
2nos Boiled potatoes (mashed)
1/4cup Fried onions (storebought)
1tbsp Dry parsley leaves
1tsp Pepper powder
1/4cup Olive oil

Mix together the luke warm water and luke warm milk, add the active dry yeast, sugar and salt, let them sit together for 5 minutes until the yeast turns foamy..

In a large vessel add the all purpose flour, wheat pastry flour, rolled oats, boiled potatoes, fried onions, parsley leaves, pepper powder, pour the foamy yeast also add the olive oil and knead them as dough, initially its will be quite sticky..springle wheat flour and knead them as dough...grease a vessel with few drops of olive oil n place the dough..arrange them in a warm place until they double their volume r atleast for an hour..

Knead again after an hour with enough flour, i used the loaf pan mould to make my bread, can use any mould as u desire, grease the loaf pan and place the dough inside, pat them with wheat flour n arrange again in warm place for another one hour..meanwhile preheat the oven at 350F, arrange the loaf pan in the middle rack n bake for 40 minutes r until they bread turns prefectly brown...let the bread cool for atleast 15 minutes n slice them as per ur need..

Serve them with butter or simply with soup.. Delicious n Tasty bread...

On the way to Susan's Yeastspotting ...

37 comments:

Lien said... Reply To This Comment

That bread sounds really wonderful, onions, oatmeal, parsley and pepper. Thanks a lot for participating!

Happy cook said... Reply To This Comment

Wow potato bread looks so yummy delicious.

Poonam said... Reply To This Comment

looks really wonderful. Bookmarked now...

Madhumathi said... Reply To This Comment

Hey thanks for the comment at my blog dear..Your bread looks awesome.They came out so perfect,dear :)

Kitchen Flavours said... Reply To This Comment

Wow bread looks scrummy.

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Varunavi said... Reply To This Comment

Bread looks great.Never baked bread,will try ur recipe

Asha said... Reply To This Comment

Guess what I made y'day for this event? ;D

Looks delicious,so soft, no? My recipe is different, I will post next week! :)

Vaidehi said... Reply To This Comment

bread looks amazing..yummy recipe

chakali

Curry Leaf said... Reply To This Comment

WOW,PERFECT,LOOKS SO GOOD

Pavithra Kodical said... Reply To This Comment

Great recipe..Addition of potatoes sounds great..

n33ma said... Reply To This Comment

This is perfect,will be just right with soups.

Preety said... Reply To This Comment

bread looks perfect priya..nice try..i tried baking simple bread many times but it always turns hard the second day so i don't bake them anymore..

Poornima Nair said... Reply To This Comment

That bread looks perfect and sounds so delcious...

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

Looks perfect the potato bread!

Varsha Vipins said... Reply To This Comment

Oh..lovely bread..:)I have a bread too in my page..urs look much more lovely..:)

Soma said... Reply To This Comment

I will bookmark this:-)

Usha said... Reply To This Comment

The bread sounds hearty and yum !

AnuSriram said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely bread! Delicious!

Trupti said... Reply To This Comment

lovely bread ..bookmarked it

Mahimaa's kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

wow.. u baked potato bread? my goodness.. too good.

and mango lasssi looks terrific too.

viji said... Reply To This Comment

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Susan/Wild Yeast said... Reply To This Comment

Great loaf, Priya, it looks so soft!

Indrani said... Reply To This Comment

bread sounds great and looking gr8, too..grab an award from this link...http://indranid.blogspot.com/2009/02/dimer-jhol-bengali-egg-curry.html

Uma said... Reply To This Comment

bread looks lovely. Yum!

Sharmila said... Reply To This Comment

You have a nice blog! The bread does look lovely. :-)

Arundathi said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely, Priya! :-) I'm still wondering what to make for this event!

Indhu said... Reply To This Comment

yummy bread... must have tasted great with soup :)

Priya Sriram said... Reply To This Comment

Potato bread for soups is a very good thinking Priya... Lovely one!
:)

Ann said... Reply To This Comment

Thats a splendid bread...Can guess the taste with all those healthy ingredients..

Vibaas said... Reply To This Comment

sound so yummy. need to try :)

zorra said... Reply To This Comment

Well done! Thanks for joining BBD.

chuck said... Reply To This Comment

Priya, great job on your potato bread. I love that you added rolled oats and fried onions. Wonderful!

scraps said... Reply To This Comment

This bread would go great with soup, I like the ingredients!

Julie said... Reply To This Comment

Priya,
I loved this recipe! But I substituted all the flour with Shiloh Farms Sprouted 100% Whole Wheat flour as I can't digest unsprouted flours. Most whole wheat flour tastes bitter, but probably because this is sprouted it has an amazing taste.

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