30 January 2012

Whole wheat baguette
















After I made this whole bread baguette begin to be the favorite of us, really true!! I have other baguette recipe here and  is absolutely nice too but the difference this is with whole wheat, also  you can  try and tell me (lol)

Dont be afraid  make bread is absolutely a wonderful experience, only need patience to wait and you have the plus you choose the salt and not additives in it. These bread is Ok absolutely until 4 to 5 days only wrapped in a towel kitchen.
source recipes :famous french desserts



Ingredients

3 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup white all purpose flour
1  tablespoon dry active yeast
1 or 2 teaspoon of salt
pinch of sugar
2 cups of warm water
oil to the bowl


METHOD

 In a bowl, mix together the flours and the salt.


In another bowl, combine yeast, warm water,pinch of sugar  and half of the flour/salt mixture.Set aside by 15 minutes.

 Using your hands, mix  all flour and yeast mix. until it forms a dough. Then, cover with a dish cloth and let sit at room temperature for 2 hours. It should double in size.


 Place on a lightly floured surface and knead for about 10 minutes. It should be supple and elastic when you stop kneading.


. Lightly oil a bowl. Place dough in bowl. Cover with a dish towel. Let sit for 1 hour. It should double in size.




 Preheat oven to 190°c. Knead again. Then cut dough into 3 parts and form each part into a long baguette. Place on a baking sheet.or a large pan  Let sit for at least 20 minutes.


 Place a bowl of water in the oven. Bake baguettes for about 25 minutes (maybe less). Remove the bowl of water after 15 minutes of baking.
Ther baguettes will be little golden on the top and have a nice crust.
Cover with a towell kitchen while they cool.

Baguettes are particularly crusty and light because they are cooked at extremely high temperatures and are vaporized. Even though domestic ovens can't go as high a real French bakery ovens, you

can put a bowl with water.



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EN ESPAÑOL

Baguette de harina integral

















Siempre el pan baguette ha sido mi favorito porque se asemeja a nuestra marraqueta (o la marraqueta se asemeja al baguette) no importa, lo cosa es que lo hago  a menudo de hecho la otra receta de baguette que tengo es MUY buena por si alguien quiere solo pan blanco, pero hace tiempo que quería hacer un baguette con harina integral y encontré una receta estupenda de hecho creo que es de los mejores panes que he comido el último tiempo.

Hacer pan es una delicia no solo por amasar, mezclar las harinas y todo eso sino que uno ve cuanta sal (es un hecho que la mayoría de los panes que se compran tienen más sal) además no se usan aditivos ni conservantes, este pan se conserva muy bien hasta 4 dias solo tapado por un paño de cocina.
Tostado es muy bueno.
No lleva mantequilla ni margarina.
Queda liviano y delicioso lleva 3 tazas de harina integral y una de blanca.



Ingredientes

 3 tazas de harina integral
1 taza de harina blanca sin polvos de hornear
1 cucharada de levadura en polvo
1 pizca de azúcar
1 o 2 cucharaditas de sal
2 tazas de agua tibia
aceite para el bol

Preparación

En un un bol mezclar las harinas y la sal.
Aparte en otro bol mezclar el agua tibia, la levadura en polvo y la pizca de azúcar y la mitad de la mezcla de harina con sal. Dejar reposar unos 15 minutos.

DEspues sobre una superficie enharinada mezclar el resto de la harina con la levadura preparada y unir bien haciendo una masa, compacta y elástica.
Si se s iente un poco pegajosa agregar un poco de harina.
Cubrir con un paño de cocina y dejar reposar unos dos horas para que doble su tamaño.
Volver a amasar por unos 10 minutos , debe quedar de textura elástica y suave.
Colocar la masa en un bol aceitado y tapar  con un paño.
Dejar reposar  por 1 hora.

Precalentar el horno a 190°

Amasar nuevamente y dividir la masa en tres partes. hacer las baguettes y acomodar en moldes largos o en una bandeja de horno, hacer unos cortes en la superficie y espolvorear un poco de harina.
 

Llevar a horno por unos 25 minutos o menos.Colocar en el horno un bol con agua para la humedad que necesita el pan.
Retirar el bol despues de 15 minutos de cocción.

Las baguettes deben quedar doradas en la superficie y verse crujientes como es el baguette.
Dejar enfriar envuelto en un paño de cocina.

66 comments:

  1. Ahhh looks wonderful!!! I made some butterhorns this morning for the children for a snack. Bread is such a good snack. :)

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  2. Thanks Rebecca I love make bread too, and this was really nice. Also I love baking more than all:)

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  3. Hmm that knife looks sharp, I wouldn't want to tick you off..haha

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  4. Nothing better than bread you make yourself! Baguettes can be challenging, but you did a beautiful job, Gloria!

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  5. My knifes are sharp Pat but Im a nice person :)

    Thanks Thomas, really I love make bread, especially baguettes!

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  6. Gloria, this looks so yummy!
    I'd fill it with Parma ham and some tomatoes...

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  7. Grazie Manu, I love Parme and tomatos too!!:)

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  8. It is so fun to see your excitement in baking bread. Your loaves look delicious. Whole wheat is so good for you.

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  9. Tu sais à quel point j'aime le pain maison.
    Je note ta recette.
    A très bientôt.

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  10. What wonderful bread, it looks very good. Nice to meet you, see you soon. Bye

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  11. Something else I could actually eat without worrying. Looks great!

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  12. Love baguttte and this looks so good.

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  13. Hello dear Gloria,
    Thanks once again for visiting me. I always love hearing from you. You have been such a good support for me. I feel your love all the way from south America. Do you feel mine love being sent to you too? I hope so.

    I have a dumb question for you my dear. I should figure it out on my own but I am lazy this morning. Will you please come back to my blog for a minute and tell me what temperature 190c is. Is it 400f.? or ??? I like to use whole wheat flour because it is so healthy for you. I want to try making this bread, but I'm not sure what temp 190 would be on my oven.

    I hope that your dad is doing well. I am sending you hugs, Lura

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  14. Fantastic! I pinned this one and will be making it this week. I have been looking for a great baguette recipe with whole wheat. Blogging is the BEST!Thank you Gloria
    Rita

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  15. Hola amiga linda!!! tanto tiempo!! siento mucho haberme ausentado tanto, pero tuve algunos problemas personales que han mejorado muchisimo y aun estan en progreso...tal vez te cuente mas por interno.
    Ahora estoy bien...bajé casi 5kgs con mucho trabajo...aun me cuesta dejar de comer =P
    Tu receta esta genial para seguir la dieta...gracias por compartirla =)
    Bueno linda...espero aparecerme mas seguido, aunque pronto me iré de vacas =P
    Besitos!!!!

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  16. lovely recipe and very new to me

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  17. Que maravilla de pan, me gusta.

    Saludos

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  18. Great looking bread. I love wholewheat bread.

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  19. You're baked goods always look sooo delicious! I want some. Yum :)

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  20. Hola Gloria! me pasa como a ti, las baguettes es lo que más me gusta. Y si como la tuya es integral, es una tostadita ideal para desayunar. Feliz semana, querida Gloria!

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  21. meraviglioso e appetitoso un assaggino lo farei

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  22. I never use anything but whole wheat. Looks yummy to me. Diane

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  23. Gloria, that bread looks so good.

    Maria
    x

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  24. Gloria, I would pick a beautiful slice of your whole wheat bread over a cookie anytime!! I think bread is my favorite food...and yours looks fabulous!

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  25. Oh, that is SO lovely! What gorgeous pictures. I love the sunlight and the dishes and that yummy bread...ooh..and the tea, too!

    Give me about 36 hours and I'll be there for breakfast Wednesday morning. hahaha.

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  26. Thanks Christen, oh I know happens baking is my favorite thing in cook!!

    Merci mon amie nadji:)

    Thanks so much Federica, lov eyour blog Im following you!

    Thanks SIlver and yes whole wheat is a nice bread to you:))

    Thanks Finla!

    Thanks so much Lura, oh dear you know Im with you, allways remember you and John (lol)
    And I fill your love Lura and appreciate so much, take care:)
    I was in your blog and tell about the oven F, mail me anything! xxx


    Thanks Rita I love your bread too!

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  27. Emma te eché muchísimo de menos tenemos que hablar, tu tienes mi mail, escribeme, me alegro de que hayas vuelto y espero que estes bien!!

    Thanks Faseela!!

    Gracias José Manuel y a ti te considero el rey del pan!

    Thanks Miss cakebaker!


    Thanks a lot Jax:))

    Gracias Odile, iré a ver que de rico hicieste hoy Lunes:))

    Grazie Giovanna, baci:))

    Thanks a lot Diane!

    Thanks baur:))

    Thanks Maria hope your are better!!

    Thanks Lizzy I love bread too:))

    Thanks Betsy, and please make when you have time (lol) is easy and nice betsy!
    The tea is peach tea (lol=

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  28. Pero que corteza Gloria, y que esponjoso que se, te felicito, flor de pan debe de ser, no dudes en que lo preparo y te cuento. Besos =)

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  29. Gracias Vare te mando besos!!

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  30. Your whole wheat bread looks delicious. I would love to try baking a whole wheat loaf instead of white. Whole wheat is so much more healthy for you.

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  31. The tea is peach? I'll tell The Mister. :) ha.
    I love that plate with the basket and pink flowers. So pretty!

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  32. Betsy that plate is antique My mom collect plates and give me this we bought in a place like you buy your treasures!!

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  33. Ese pan te quedó de lujo, veo que tienes una gran proporción de wheat lo que lo hace más sano. Esto por postear unos panes de wheat con frutas, ya los verás. Hoy tengo un plato que hizo mi nena, chili (sin picante) Besos,

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  34. This just looks so delightful. Wouldn't mind having a bite right now. Thanks bunches for linking up to Mop it Up Mondays!
    {HUGS},
    kristi

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  35. It looks really nice, unlike those dry and hard ones you see at grocery stores all the time.

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  36. Gracias por la receta Gloria! lo haré muy pronto. Tiene una pinta buenísima!! Besos

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  37. Scrumptious looking! I'd love to have a few slices with some cheese.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  38. Gloria, my men are on a gluten free diet but i think i'm going to try this recipe as well just alternating the flours with the gf ones ... who knows maybe it could turn out well ... *hoping* ... lol

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  39. I love baguette and I have never tried a whole wheat one before, looks amazing! Have a nice day, Gloria!

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  40. That loaf is perfect, Gloria. I love the nutty flavor of whole wheat!

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  41. Super loaf of bread - you've inspired me to get into bread making -
    mary x

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  42. I would love this slathered with butter Gloria

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  43. This is my favorite..YUMMY

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  44. ¡que bueno! me lo llevo, obviamente. voy a probarlo y después te cuento. ¡besos!

    PD: creí que te había enviado el mail pero recién me di cuenta que quedó en la carpeta de borradores :o(

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  45. What a perfect loaf! I always prefer whole wheat and this one looks wonderful, I imagine this warm with butter, so delicious!

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  46. Homemade bread is the best!

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  47. Dear Gloria, I would just love a piece of this bread warm with butter. It would be a piece of Heaven. Blessings my dear, Catherine xoxo

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  48. Gloria you are so lucky to have all this blog love. The bread looks yummy and I would like some please. Keep up the good work andi

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  49. che meraviglia questo pane!!sei bravissima Gloria!!!!!!!!!!!baci!

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  50. Whole wheat is so much better than white bread so much more hearty and flavorful!

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  51. Gloria, this sounds wonderful. I'll wager it has enormous flavor a great crust. You've done it again. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  52. Wow, homemade bread. This looks so lovely. I bet it taste really good with the whole wheat.

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  53. Thanks to all of you by your nice comments!
    Gracias a todos por sus comentarios:)

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  54. mmm...love me some bread you know...this looks good...saw curry shrimp in the next post...so off to see that one...yum

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  55. this bread is easy and healthy dear Brian and I said because you love cook sometimes:)

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  56. This sounds like it turned out beautifully. I haven't had the best luck with baguettes. Yours looks great.

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  57. Que rico que delicioso me encanto ese pan Besos

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  58. thanks Mary this bagguette is so nice:)

    Gracias Angélica vi tu pastelera me encantó! deliciosa

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  59. What a lovey bagette! You did a great job baking it. It would be lovey for breakfast with a cup of coffee. I will have to make it soon. Thanks for sharing with us Gloria.

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  60. Thanks a lot Veronica, I love this bread!

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  61. i will be making this in the next couple weeks. will let you know how it goes. i have been hankering to make homemade bread. i used to make bread nearly everyday in college, and that funny urge has caught up with me again.

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  62. Ahh Ed This bread is my favorite, love baguette! tell me how you find!

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