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.

    • 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?

      • 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 ;-)

  2. This sounds really delicious. I wish I could have smelled it baking, and of course had a taste when it was still warm. :)

      • I don’t have the space for a bread maker. This probably quite fortunate, as I’d always be making and eating, and hubby and I would probably get as fat as houses. :D

  3. 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,

    • 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 ;)

  4. 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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