17 October 2014

Orange blossom water brioches (Brioche a la fleur d'oranger)




I love brioches and here is other brioche's recipe, from Mimí of  her Blog Manger, I love Mimí recipes, simple and delicious and she is absolutely nice.

These brioches were amazing and perfect I love with some apricot jam:)











Ingredients

2 cups 3/4 plain flour (300 g.
2 eggs
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1 pack of baker's yeast (10 g)
1/3 cup + 1 tbs  butter (cubed at room temperature)
1 tbsp butter (for moulds)
1 pinch of salt
1/3 cup lukewarm milk 
2 tablespoon orange blossom water
2 tablespoon lukewarm water to dissolve yeast
1 egg for glazing 

Note: I use little moulds but you can use a traditional brioche mould or in other.

Method
Dissolve the yeast in a small bowl with 2 tablespoon of lukewarm water. Set aside for 5-10 minutes or until it turns frothy.In a large bowl mix sifted flour, salt, sugar, yeast and butter. Add eggs, orange blossom water and milk gradually and mix well with a big wooden spoon. 
Start kneading until you get a smooth ball shaped dough, about 8 - 10 minutes.
Cover bowl with a cloth and leave to rise in a warm room about 3 hours or overnight.
Start kneading the dough on a non floured surface, just to to get rid of a few trapped air bubbles, about 1-2 minutes.
Line the moulds with butter and place the dough inside the moulds . Cover with a cloth again and leave to rise for about 1 
hour.
Preheat the oven to 180°c/350°F. With the help pf a brush,glaze the surface of the brioche with the egg.
Bake for 30 minutes. If the top starts brown too much, place a sheet of parchment paper to protect.
Let chill by a while but are lovely warm!



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orange tree







EN ESPAÑOL

Brioches con agua de azahar










Los brioches son exquisitos en cual tiempo ya sea para el té o para desayunar, con mantequilla o mermelada o solos.

Ingredientes
2 tazas 3/4 harina sin polvos de hornear
2 huevos
1/4 taza de azúcar granulada
1 sobre de levadura seca (10 g.)
1/3 taza más 1 cucharada de mantequilla
temperatura ambiente
1 pizca de sal
1/3 taza de leche tibia
2 cucharaditas de agua de azahar 
(o en caso jugo de naranja)
2 cucharadas de agua tibia para disolver la levadura
1 huego para el glaseado

Para decorar flores de azahar. (optativo)
Se pueden usar moldes de muffins para hacer pequeños o un molde de brioche para hacer uno grande.

Preparación




80 comments:

  1. A great breakfast to wake up to, Gloria!

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  2. Beautiful, Gloria! Where do you get the orange blossom water? Did you make it yourself?
    I'm sure it will be good even without. I can't wait to share my pictures from Lavanda Case de Te where I went yesterday in Frutillar with a friend.
    You would love it! I'll post later as I am headed out the door. Ciao!

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    1. Hi Lori! I see now in some stores or supermarkes but with oranje uice is delicious too.!OMY you know
      bu only I wanted to know Casa del Te I herad is beautiful ! I cant wait kllok your pics!
      Dont worry about orange blossom you would love the same with orange juice!

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  3. I love that it's not an overniht process.And they are so cute..baker's yeast..can I use dry yeast as in my bread?

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    1. Thanks Monique. Yes I use the dry yeast I use in my bread.!

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  4. They sure turned out great, beat besty to haha

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  5. I love brioche too and the orange blossom water must taste wonderful in these lovely brioche buns. I can imagine them eaten with some orange marmalade for breakfast! I also love Mimi's blog.

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    1. Thanks Susan!
      Yes isn't she lovely?
      I love her recipes:)

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  6. Your plates are very nice , a little " vintage" !
    I love orange blouson water in brioche ! Bye

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    1. Mewrci beaucoup un aguile! Love blue plates are English! and I love vintage!
      xo

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  7. che meraviglia queste piccole brioche, devono essere delicatissime :) un bacio, buon fine settimana

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  8. Glorita! ¡¡Mis naranjos también están en flor, ese aroma maravilloso al atardecer es de las cosas más bonitas de la primavera, para mi gusto. Amiga, estos brioches son mortales y totalmente prohibidos para mi desde que tengo insulino resistencia (: snifff, pero fíjate que ya me acostumbré a la harina de centeno, que es la única que me permiten por ahora. Besitos amiga

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    1. Ay Pamela que pena la insulino resistenci si pues las harinas blancas no se permiten.Pero fijate que estoy usando harto la harina integral me encanta especialmente para los panes.besos

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  9. immagino il profumo dei fiori d'arancio, che delizia! Buon fine settimana Gloria, un abbraccio !

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    1. Grazie Chiara! Buon fine settimana !
      un abbraccio!

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  10. looks wonderful must share this with an orange farmer I know

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  11. Thanks Rebecca, Of course you can share!!

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  12. Oh dear Gloria, they look so refreshingly delicious! I sure would love just one bite right now, lol...Is that your Orange tree growing??? The blossoms must smell lovely:)

    Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. Haha! Is really small still.my orange tree lol
      But I call tree because give orange two years ago and are delicious.
      Yes smell amazing for me is the spring parfum is lovely.
      Thankd for coming dear Louise:)

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    2. Maybe I could call."orange bush"?
      lol
      xo

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  13. These look amazing. Really yummy!

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  14. Yummy brioches, beautifully presented!

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  15. Assolutamente deliziose cara!!!:-))
    Baci

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  16. Amazing looking brioche, Gloria!
    And lovely orange tree!

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  17. Thanks Joyce!
    Yes really is little but give me some oranges all years:))

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  18. Gloria, These beautiful little brioches with some fresh local dairy butter...and my day would have an amazing beginning! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks David, yes they are perfect for breakfast or any time!!

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  19. Je vais faire un peu de cela, mais je vais utiliser de citron. Ils ont l'air délicieux!

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    1. Ils sont délicieux! Et j'aime citron! Mais je les aime avec des oranges!

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  20. Moi aussi j'adore les brioches et les tiennes sont délicieuses.
    J'aime beaucoup.
    A bientôt

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  21. Your brioche DOES look perfect, Gloria! And I love that you added orange blossom water :) Lovely!!! xo

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    1. Thanks Lizzy really Mimi has amazing recipes:)

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  22. I'm going to make these, Gloria! Love brioche and with that wonderful citrus flavor, they must be delicious.

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    1. Thanks Barbara ! Really they are delicious:)

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  23. Dear Gloria, These look simply wonderful. I think these would be perfect for a nice Sunday breakfast. Blessings dear friend. Catherine xo

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  24. They look scrumptious, and they are very pretty.
    Thank you, Gloria.
    Take care.

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  25. Love your orange tree picture! And the blossoms look so pretty surrounding the delicious brioches!

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    1. Thanks Inger! I love oranges! Is amazing all orange things:
      The juice, the peel, the blossoms reall Im thanksful to have some oranges tree.
      xo

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  26. These must taste delicious I am sure!!! xx

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  27. Oh wow...brioches flavoured with orange blossom...can't wait to try these!
    My mouth is watering already!!
    Many thanks for sharing.:)

    Big Hugs xxx

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  28. Looks good Gloria (now I am hungry again after my breakfast) ~ Also enjoyed your presentation with blossoms ~

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  29. i love how golden they look and i think you have a nice collection of plates, they are all so beautiful!

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    1. Yes Lena! Absolutely true! I love beauty plates and someones are from many years:)
      Especially love blue plates. And of course I love Dowton abbey:(
      Thanks for stopping by !

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  30. What beautiful little brioches - love the glossy glaze

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  31. Qué buenos te han quedado y con ese olorcito tienen que ser una pasada de ricos.

    besos

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  32. mmm i think the apricot jam would make a fine addition to it...
    and some of that coffee as well...smiles.

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    1. yes Brian is really good with apricot jam:)

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  33. Goodness, they must taste fantastic!

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  34. Oh - look at these! I can taste them from here. My mouth is watering. And I love the decoration of the delicate orange blossoms - so pretty, Gloria. xx

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  35. The tops turned out beautifully! I bet this would be great with a cup of coffee or tea :)

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  36. Brioches invitanti e profumate! Mi piacciono tanto, Gloria, sei sempre bravissima! Un abbraccio :) <3

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  37. Orange blossom water brioches... Don't think I ever had one of those...

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