Recipe For Tear And Share Bread

I am not the biggest fan of poppy seeds and sesame seeds. You will probably find me dusting them off this tear and share bread. But, I am a huge fan of this loaf. It is soft and moreish and I tend to make it often. Usually I send half home with James so he too can enjoy my bread.

Tear And Share Bread
Tear And Share Bread
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I have a pair of glasses next to my bed that I use for reading. Two Sunday nights’ ago I put them on and a piece of what looked like fishing line was hanging off the one lens. I have been wearing frameless lenses for years now and this is the first time that the nylon has broken. I was not sure whether this would be covered by the manufacturers guarantee or not. On the Monday morning I brought the glasses to work with me and read up on their guarantee on their website. It turns out that the 40% discount for lens replacement is standard! This made me doubly cross at the way that was handled. I was relieved to see that the repair needed was covered by their guarantee so took the lenses in. The owner sat and did the fiddly bit of repairing them.

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While he started on this I browsed through the local kitchen shop. Not finding anything I needed I went back to the optometrist. They were very chatty and friendly but I still felt ripped off. I did not know how to share this information with them so carried on like everything was OK. They are nice people, but that does not mean much. And now I have to start over again looking for someone new to take care of my eyes.

Tear And Share Bread

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Tear And Share Bread
 
Make this for guests and leave on the table for people to break into as they feel like.
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Ingredients
for the dough
  • 580g flour, sifted, plus extra for dusting
  • 5g fennel seeds
  • 50g fructose
  • 8g salt
  • 10g instant dry yeast
  • 375mls tepid milk
  • 30mls macadamia nut oil, plus extra for greasing
  • 50g butter, melted
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
to glaze
  • 1 egg white, slackened
  • 5mls sesame seeds
  • 10mls poppy seeds
Method
for the dough
  1. Place the flour, fennel seeds, fructose and salt into a stand mixer bowl
  2. Mix together using the dough hook
  3. Add the yeast and mix in
  4. Place the milk into a mixing bowl and add the oil, butter and egg
  5. Whisk to combine
  6. Make a well in the centre of the flour and pour in the milk mixture
  7. Knead on a slow speed and once combined set your timer for 10 minutes
  8. After the time is up, turn out onto a lightly floured surface and shape into a ball
  9. Lightly grease the bowl and place the dough into the bowl, seam side down
  10. Cover and leave to prove until doubled in size
  11. Turn out and divide into 75g pieces
  12. Roll each piece into a ball on a lightly oiled surface, and place into a 23cm springform tin, starting in the middle
  13. Cover with a shower cap and leave to prove for 20 minutes
  14. Preheat the oven to 180° Celsius with a baking stone if you have one
  15. Brush the top of the dough with the egg white and sprinkle on the seeds
  16. Bake for 45 minutes and remove from the oven
  17. Leave to cool in the tin for 5 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack to cool completely

 

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9 thoughts on “Recipe For Tear And Share Bread

  1. Interesting about using fennel seeds in the batter. The bread really make one want to push her face into it!
    Mimi sharing the blog ♥ Roasted Pork ShoulderMy Profile

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    1. That is exactly how I feel about this bread 🙂

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  2. oh i see now. I’ve read the other post about your lenses:)
    sherry sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen – July 2018My Profile

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  3. sorry – i must be missing something here. why did you feel ripped off if they were fixing your glasses for free? we must be lucky here in australia; you can go into any optometrist and they will fix simple repairs for free. i love poppy and sesame seeds! i would happily chew on them. I always feel like they are doing me good too. cheers sherry x
    sherry sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen – July 2018My Profile

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    1. I see you read the other post – and believe it or not, I have to take them back again!

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  4. This is a lovely recipe, Tandy. I love bread of all shapes and sizes and I love seeds too.

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    1. This is such an easy loaf to enjoy 🙂

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  5. The texture of this bread looks wonderful Tandy! I should give it a go 😀
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    1. I thought of you when I made it because of all the seeds 🙂

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