25 August 2014

Orange and sesame seeds Brioche


I love this brioche recipe from Traveller gourmet (Australia). Love brioches. And I made in a big brioche pan and more a little but now I see the little pan I think you can make in littles pan too!

If you don't have a brioche tin you can use a loaf tin of 11 x 20 cm and 10 cm deep or only use little pans. Look cute!




Source: Gourmet food recipes (Australia)


Ingredients

1 sachet (10 g) dried yeast
125 ml (1/2 cup) lukewarm milk
100 caster sugar
Finely grated rind of two oranges
450 all purpose flour
3 eggs plus 1 extra for eggswash
180 g softened butter
60 candied orange rind finely diced or orange jam
 40 g granulated sugar
 1 tablespoon of sesame seeds or fennel seeds


Method

Combine yeast and milk by hand or in an  electric mixer and beat until foaming (3 to 4 minutes).
 Add caster sugar and half the rind, mix to combine then add flour in three batches along with one egg with each, kneading until smooth between each addition, then knead until be elastic (4 to 5 minutes.)

Gradually add butter and knead until incorporated.
Add candied rind (or  orange jam), mix to combine, transfer to a buttered bowl and cover with a plastic wrap and stand in a warm place until about 1 1/2 hours.
Knock back dough and return to bowl, cover a plastic wrap and weight with a plate.
You can refrigerate overnight or about 4 hours.


Turn out dough onto a floured surface and knock back add 40 g of sugar and knead to incorporate.let stand about 10 minutes.

Divide into 8 pieces and roll into balls-. Place a ball in the centre of a 20 cm brioche tin or use small pans.
Then arrangue 6 balls around it.Place the remaining ball in the center on top cover with plastic wrap and tea towel and let in a warm place about 1 hour.


Preheat the oven to 180°c. Combine seeds (sesame or fennel seeds) in a bowl and add remaining rind and some sugar.
Brush eggwash lightly over brioche scatter with seeds mixture and bake until dark golden and well risen (20 to 25 minutes)
Serve warm or at room temperature when you baking or lightly toasted the following day.





the tiny brioche










Tiny Brioche









Briochede naranja y semillas de sesamo












 Este brioche es muy bueno y delicioso y la proxima receta haré un postre con los restos del brioche:)

Ingredientes










90 comments:

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    1. It's so pretty and I bet the orange tastes wonderful! The little one is so cute! ha.

      I love the peach tree! I think peach blossoms are the prettiest of all the trees! We used to have a peach tree and it was amazing all in bloom! Thanks for sharing your pretty photos!

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    2. Especially for you:)
      Today I was in the garden with the dogs (and I still in payamas ha) and I think I have to take a picture for Betsy!
      Today was cold but a lovely day now is cold again...

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  2. Look good , sounds good I'll do it, thanks!

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  3. Arancia, sesamo e finocchio..tre ingredienti che mi piacciono moltissimo in una brioche dall'aspetto veramente fantastico!!
    Bacio grande

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  4. First I've ever even heard of such a dish, sure display's better than fish lol

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    1. haha yes is better than fish!

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    2. Especially when it can still swim
      :p

      Oh hi, Gloria :)

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  5. Una briosche molto invitante e golosa! Mi piace tanto :)
    Un bacio

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  6. I've heard of a brioche but I had no idea what it was until now!

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    1. Yes I have make someones Stephanie but I love this!

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  7. Your brioche bun looks terrific, Gloria.

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    1. aw Angie what nice are you! I love your salad!

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  8. Looks so good! Love the pic in the header

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  9. Che delizia questa brioche, sei sempre bravissima cara Gloria!!!
    Buona serata...

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  10. It's..they ..are lovely..I was curious to see if yours would need the overnight rest..
    Love this!
    I think I have the big brioche tin:) Yay.

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    1. aw Thanks Monique Yes That said the recipe of 4 hours at least! Is you make I hope you enjoy!!

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  11. I've never made brioche, but this looks so good, I really need to try it.

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  12. The idea of the little ones is nice isn't it! xx

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  13. Gloria, That is a very pretty and appetizing looking brioche! Add butter when warm and serve with coffee... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  14. Dear Gloria, Beautiful with a lovely cup of tea. Blessings, Catherine

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  15. Une grande brioche et une petite brioche - c'est magnifique! xo

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    1. hah Merci beaucoup Suzy!! xo

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    2. Hi Gloria, this is the perfect size, love the flavors!

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  16. You have my mouth watering, that looks SO good Gloria!
    Hope you are well!
    xo Kris

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  17. hola Gloria que tal? esta ricieta me gusta muchissimo, la hare hasta pronto..se dice asì? estoy estudiando el espanol con mi hija alessia ... desde mucho muchissimo tempo..lo he olvidado todo...un besito simmy

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    1. Pues encuentro que sabes mucho Simmy!!
      que buena aprender con tu hija ! Un abrazo gloria

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  18. Les graines de sésame et les zestes d'orange doivent donner un excellent goût à ta brioche.
    J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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    1. Merci beaucoup Nadji!
      Im happy you like!
      You bake and cook amazing!
      A bientot.Bizzzz

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  19. i bet the orange def adds a nice layer of flavor to it...
    the little one is def cute....smiles.

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    1. Yes Brian was so good! How was yours birthday??
      xo

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  20. This brioche must be delicious !
    J'aime beaucoup

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  21. Que bueno Gloria! con la naranja y las semillas de sésamo estará delicioso. Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana! Es realmente rico!
      xo

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  22. I love the Traveller Gourmet Magazine from Australia!!! I had never seen a Brioche every in my life even though I had read about it once from an ingredient list of a recipe. Now I finally know what it looks like.

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    1. I love Traveller gourmet ! The recipes are soo good!
      Is a really delicious recipe:)

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  23. That looks gorgeous and the wee one is so cute!

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    1. Thanks Stuart! I love the wee one too:)

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  24. I love brioche too :) This looks so good and the orange flavor is a great addition!

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  25. Very clever making it a flower shape.

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    1. Thanks Lilith.Anyway you can make in littles ones and are so good too:)

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  26. This looks amazing Gloria - what wonderful flavors!
    Mary

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  27. looks wonderful wish it was my breakfast tomorrow

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    1. Yes delicious with a cup of tea Rebecca:))

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  28. Hi Gloria...
    I have never had a brioche...it looks delightful!
    I had Miss V again! Took some pics....I will see what they look like!
    Love your header....
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Aww you are fortunate to care her:)
      Brioche is so good and nice with a cup of coffe or tea:)
      xo

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  29. Your brioche looks beautiful. I love the orange in this bread sounds yummy.

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  30. I love brioche too, Gloria! Your orange sesame version looks divine.

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  31. Looks like a winner to me and I love what comes in small sizes.

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  32. Brioche is such a fab treat! I love them for breakfast but any time of the day is good. Absolutely fab adding sesame seeds and orange and perfectly risen! Brava!

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    1. Thanks Alida yes is good to any time:(

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  33. Looks truly Yummie, Gloria . . . :)
    Missed the last post and left a comment, also yum.
    Cheers ~ Eddie

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  34. So fragrant and delicious! A fabulous brioche.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  35. Hola Gloria pan, bollo de leche es mi desayuno favorito. Yo no lo hago, mi tienda local consigue fresco de Francia.

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    1. Someone bought me the same bakeware you used, but I didn't know what to use them for!

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    2. Haha! And dont had idea until I saw this recipe in Gourmet and in this moment I knew!!
      Really funny!
      I made brioches before but in loaf pan!

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    3. Keith you are speaking in spanish!
      You have nice stores if you buy good brioche there.
      I live in the countryside. Usually I dont find these things here so I make:)

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  36. Assolutamente perfetta! Orange and sesame seeds. Wonderful idea!

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  37. What a pretty baking pan! Your brioche looks delicious, I love your use of sesame seeds and orange, great combination!

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  38. This brioche looks delicious!

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