23 January 2012

whole wheat rustic bread












I  made ​​several  breads in my blog and think  this is the second with whole flour and is a nice recipe too.
The nice to make bread (anyway I love to make) you can reduce the butter or the oil and the salt so you have a more healthy bread and natural without preserves.
This bread was perfect about 3 days to room temperature.

The apricot  jam  with the bread is that I made this summer and the recipe is here
Ingredients

5 cups of whole wheat  flour (about 1 kilo)
110 grs. butter melted
2   teaspoon of yeast powder
1 teaspoon of salt
1 1/2 cups of warm milk mix with water


METHOD



In a bowl mix the flour and salt into a hole in the center and add the yeast dissolved in a little warm water and a pinch of sugar.




Add the  melted butter and  then milk mixture and warm water to bond better.


Knead until dough is fluffy.


Place the dough in a rectangular buttered pan to loaf .

Let stand covered for 30 minutes cover with  a kitchen towel.

Preheat the oven at 190°c

Then bake for about 25 minutes or until browned and cooked through.


Remove from oven and let cool covered by a cloth.


When cool can be cut into slices






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EN ESPAÑOL


Pan integral














He hecho varios tipos de pan en el blog pero esta la segunda vez que hago un pan integral, el primero fue el de Dulcinea/Claudia un pan delicioso y este tambien.
Me gustan los panes integrales.Además este pan se mantuvo muy bien durante tres dias a temperatura ambiente no se echó a perder ni se puso duro, solo lo envolví en un paño de cocina.
La mermelada que sale en la foto es la que hice de damascos este verano, pero la receta ya está en el blog.

INGREDIENTES

5 tazas de harina integral
(aproximadamente 1 kilo)
110 grs. de mantequilla derretida
2 cucharaditas de levadura en polvo
1 cucharadita de sal o al gusto
1 y 1/2 taza de leche tibia mezclada con un poco de agua

Preparación

En un bol mezclar la harina con la sal,hacer un hoyo en el centro y
vaciar la levadura disuelta en un poco de agua tibia con una pizca de azúcar. Mezclar bien.
Agregar la mantequilla derretida y mezclar nuevamente.
Entonces agregar la mezcla de leche tibia con agua, uniendo de  apoco hasta tener una masa esponjosa.
Colocar la masa en un molde rectangular enmantequillado.
Dejar reposar unos 30 minutos en un lugar tibio tapado por un paño.
Mientras precalentar el horno a 190°c.
Hornear aporximadamente unos 25 minutos o hasta que esté dorado y seco.
Dejar reposar para que se enfrie tapar con un paño de cocina.
Cuando esté frio se puede cortar.









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74 comments:

  1. Bread looks healthy and delicious.

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  2. Pan y mermelada caseros! ¿Qué más se puede pedir? Sí, ya sé! Compartirlos con una persona como tú!
    Besos! Cariños para la familia.

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  3. I LOVE to bake bread, but don't do it much lately. This bread looks yummy!!

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  4. Awesome! A healthy & energetic bread to start the day with. Your apricot jam looks really tasty too :)

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  5. Soy pesima cocinera de panes, o mala panadera. Pero juro que con estas fotos... tengo que probar!!!!
    Oye, lejos mil veces mejor que el pan que comimos en ese saguche de nuestro re encuentro en vivo!
    Pero daba igual, lo importante era la buena conversa y por fin cumplir con el cometido encomendado!
    Que la familia y la salud estén 100% bien.

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  6. That looks good, and healthy. I'd just have to watch what I put on it.

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  7. Hi Gloria! We love to make bread here too. I use two different bread machines, and sometimes I have both going at the same time!!!
    Wish I had some now..it is cold and rainy today and I would love a slice of that nice rustic bread with butter!!!!
    : ) Kris

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  8. Dear Gloria, Oh, this bread looks hearty! I bet it is delicious warm with butter! Blessings my friend, Catherine xo

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  9. I haven't made bread in a long time! I think it makes the best toast! And you know I love the apricot jam! I had peach jam on toast yesterday that was good. But neither the bread or the jam was homemade. :(

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  10. your bread looks sooo delicious!

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  11. very few ingredients, too...not even eggs! Very simple to make! I like that!

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  12. i made a few breads too during the last couple of days. Love bread!!

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  13. Thanks a lot Simply food!

    Gracias Rosita, eres tan buen amiga, me dan ganas de llorar, ando tan tonta, besos amiga

    Is easy Rebecca, well I love to make bread!

    thanks lostianausten!

    En serio Anabella? pero tu debes comer panes riquisimos uno de mis preferidos es la tortilla, la de campo esa que se hace en las cenizas, espero que nos volvamos a juntar lo pa´se tan bien ese día, besos

    Thanks Silver, really is healthy

    Kris ah you make braed too, what nice I dont have a mchine but a lot of time I make some bread yes with butter is yumm!

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  14. Fresh bread is the best - it looks terrific!

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  15. Thanks a lot Catherine!!I have to try your potatoes! look amazing!

    Thanks so much Betsy I love to make bread all the time and different recipes!Yes If I could I send you some jam (lol)

    Thanks Christine!

    Yes this bread dont have eggs betsy!!


    Thanks a lot Lena!! gloria

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  16. Homemade bread is always nice and yummy! This is great!

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  17. I could make a meal of that bread!

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  18. Going all rustic today, sure to get those woodsy men one your side, but watch out if they have banjos..haha

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  19. Thanks Angela!!
    and you Pat, I heard about banjos??? :)))

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  20. ^^^ Did Pat just tell you to watch out for Banjos???? hahahaha

    What you really need to worry about is crazy bread eating girls like me!!! hahaha I would eat you out of house and home. Looks soo yummy :)

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  21. Si que se ve con muy buen aspecto este pan, me gusta.
    Abrazos.

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  22. Great way to start a day. I love homemade bread.

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  23. Que rico Gloria!!no tardaré en hacerlo, tus baguettes me habian quedado estupendas... Besos

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  24. great recipe! thanks for sharing!!
    wish you a sweet day,
    justyna

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  25. Ese pan tiene una pinta estupenda, voy a probar a hacerlo en mi panificadora.
    Por cierto ¡tengo unos platos iguales a los tuyos!
    Besos y hasta pronto

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  26. There is something homey and loving about homemade bread. Yours looks perfect!

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  27. This looks so good! Perfect with honey!

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  28. I can imagine the wonderful fragrances coming from your kitchen Gloria!!!!

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  29. Beautiful bread Gloria!!
    Have a great day

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  30. Your bread looks delish. I haven't done much bread baking. I would like to try one of these days. Love your fruit for the blog picture. I am moving close to you so I can have pictures of all those beautiful fruits. Have a great day my friend andi

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  31. We love bread--from the making to the baking to the eating. The aroma is so comforting. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  32. aah Jax you know Pat, (lol) the lovely of him always make smile,ha
    This is and easy amd nice bread I made this for my daugther cause she is eating only all whole flour bread. Jax you and my daugther would be happy with the things you both eat:))

    Gracias Amparo, besos

    me too Whats for dessert I love home bread!

    Rosana me siguen encantando las baguettes, sabes que voy a hacer unas baguetes con harina integral para probar,besos

    Sandra gracias, te recomiendo reemplazar una d elas tazas de harina integral por harina común, tenía una amiga que hacia el pan en panificadora y me decía que quedaba estupendo. besos

    Thanks Kathy where I live is important make home bread and others (lol) we dont have stores near home, but I really enjoy the bread always and like smell!!!

    Yes Duckie I love honey in toast bread, yummy!

    ANd yours dear?? Im absolutely sure your kitchen smell delicious! :))

    Thanks a lot Manu!

    Thanks ANdi aah you know I love berries around the years, here always you will find something with berries, have a nice day ANdie!

    Thanks Bonnie I love how smell too!!!!

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  33. This looks wonderful, Gloria. Healthy and I'd love it toasted!

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  34. Me too Barbara I love toasted bread!

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  35. A lovely bread! Very tasty and so versatile.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  36. Que rico, un pancito integran hecho en casa con mermelada casera. Creo que hau pocas cosas mejor que esas.
    Ambos se ven deliciosos.
    Saludos.

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  37. molto gradevole da vedere immagino il gusto

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  38. Gloria, the bread looks delicious! I love whole wheat bread and rustic bread also but I've never made whole wheat bread. Now is the time to try it after seeing this. Thanks for the recipe!

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  39. Delicious...Totally Yummy..

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

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  40. I love rustic bread and this looks so so good.

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  41. nice..you know we will choose not to go to certain restaurants because they dont have good bread...def this sounds simple and looks good to me...smiles.

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  42. Whole wheat bread makes the best toast. I just love it with a bit of butter and jam. Yours turned out nicely.

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  43. Les papilles me titillent:)) Bon mardi ma belle amie!!xxx

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  44. Je n'ai pas encore fait de pains avec de la farine entière. Le tien me semble délicieux.
    A très bientôt

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  45. Ya sabes que yo tb hago el pan en casa, voy a probar esta receta, me encanta con harina integral.
    No te preocupes por los cupcakes, espero que tu papá y mamá esten mejor, que hartas preocupaciones... espero que mejore todo.

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  46. I see Bread and I see Rustic and I get all excited; this is a must try for me. I decided to bake my own bread all year; thank you for adding to my list.
    Rita

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  47. y cómo te quedó? liviano? cada vez que hago pan integral siempre me queda hiper pesado, no sé qué hacer para que salga más liviano...

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  48. Me encanta el pan integral, pero ya casi no lo hago, muy pocas veces.
    Se ve muy rico, sobre todo con esa mermelada, que delicia amiga, me encantaría probarla.
    Un beso.

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  49. gloria- this look delicious!!! have a great day and happy baking :) - mini baker

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  50. Thanks a lot Rosa !

    Cierto Pamela de hecho la mermelada hecha en casa es tan distinta, besos

    Grazie Giovanna, baci!

    Thanks a lot Pam!, gloria

    Thanks Aarthi!

    Thanks so much Finla, xxgloria

    Brian sometimes is difficult find lovely bread in restaurants but someones have a good nice bread, this is the typical rustic bread, thanks !

    Yes Kristen I love toast too especially at breakfast, is really nice! gloria

    merci beaucoup Lexibule, bizzz

    Merci nadji toi pain recettes cest deliceux! bizz

    Gracias Pilar, te mandé un mail, xxgloria

    What nice idea Rita!! I try to make sometimes my bread I loved, I have a baguette recipe in the blog that I make always!!!

    Sole el integral siempre queda un poco denso pero aqui les encanta, haré otra prueba con una mezcla y te cuento. besos

    Y porque no lo haces kako, aqui la Espe está comiendpo casi puro integral asi que ando porbando recetas, besos


    Thanks a lot Mini baker!!

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  51. Mmm lovely looking small snack

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  52. Your bread sounds wonderful, Gloria. I'd love it if you'd link up to BYOB-Bake your own Bread this month over at my place. You can find the info here, if you're interested: http://www.girlichef.com/p/byob-bake-your-own-bread.html =)

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  53. That bread looks amazing. I'm kinda drooling right now haha!

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  54. You made bread and I didn't! Oh how I wish I could just have one slice, Gloria. It looks heavenly and a perfect match for your fabulous apricot jam.

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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  55. wow homemade bread and jam heaven

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  56. How wonderful, there's nothing better than homemade bread :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  57. Nothing beats homemade bread slathered in homemade jam. Mmmmmmm :P

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  58. I made myself a promise to try baking bread this year. Thanks Gloria for reminding me to do so ;o)

    Ciao,
    Claudia

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  59. good for breakfast.. i love it.

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  60. Mmm homemade bread is the best! Looks great!

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  61. What wonderful bread - SO delicious and healthy - I would love a piece (or two!) with my breakfast now!
    mary x

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  62. Yum I love homemade whole wheat bread!

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  63. Gloria what a beautiful bread. I like that it is whole wheat and rustic! I'll take mine with your homemade jam please!

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  64. I love baking bread and your recipe looks like it make a delicious loaf!

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  65. the texture of that bread is delicious!

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  66. Que rico!! estos son los panes que me gustan, bien integrales. Además que más rico que amasar?
    cariños

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  67. Your bread looks so moist and delicious!

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  68. I'm afraid I'm not much of a baker. :(

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  69. I love homemade bread! Delicious.

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  70. This looks delicious; I love new bread recipes :) Thank you so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday, I hope to see you next week too!

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  71. Your homemade bread looks really delicious as well as very nutritious too! I like it with the apricot jam as well. Thank you for sharing this post with the Hearth and Soul hop, Gloria.

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