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Mediterranean Bread

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Inspired by Italy, and by my Facebook friend Anja, I decided to make a Mediterranean bread today. Meaning, I threw in everything that felt sunny and warm.

  • 210 ml water
  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 500 gram flour
  • yeast
  • salt
  • sesame seeds
  • pieces of walnuts
  • fresh chive
  • fresh parsley
  • fresh oregano
  • sun-dried tomatoes

I fired up my bread-baking machine and about three hours later tasted the result. Mmmmmmmm :D

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24 thoughts on “Mediterranean Bread”

  1. I tried to bake a bread some time ago, but that wasn’t a big succes, the bread was always to hard at the outside ;-( After reading thuis blog i think i will try to bake a bread once more.

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    • Once you have the right recipe, it will become easier. I use a broodbakmachine, Michael, and that keeps the temperature steady. Perhaps that is an option?

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      • I have such a machine but it comes out hard at the outside. I must admit that i don’t find the way to use the right program. I only can push one button and then the machine starts to work ;-)

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  2. Julia Davis says:

    There is nothing quite so comforting as the smell of bread baking. Well maybe the eating of that fresh baked bread too. Lovely slideshow and good for you!!
    Much love,
    Jules

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    • My advise would be to arrive here early tomorrow morning. Or else the bread will be gone. Into the stomach of my hungry sons. And mine of course ;)

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  3. Anja van Biene says:

    Wow, Marion, you’re really great! This variation of the recipe is delicious and the possibilities are really limitless! Nice that I inspired you! ;)

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