spinach spread bread

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ingredient:

  • 250 grams flour
  • 175 ml lukewarm water
  • 7 grams yeast
  • 1,5 thee spoons of salt
  • 2 thee spoons sugar
  • 2 hand full of spinach
  • 1/4 of a red bell paper
  • 2 spring unions
  • 5 thee spoons of tomato puree
  • 1 tablespoon of green peas

preparation:

  • mix a bit of your water with all of your yeast
  • mix your flour, sugar and salt together in a big bowl
  • mix your yeast paste and the rest of the water in with your flour
  • kneed until you have a ball, and transfer to your counter top witch you have sprinkled with flour
  • with one hand you hold the side of the dough closest to you, and with the palm of your other hand you stretch the dough out and fold back down. repeat for 2 minutes
  • transfer your dough ball back in to your bowl
  • take a clean kitchen towel and  run under the hot tap until hot and wet. wring out and place over your bowl
  • let your dough rise for half an hour, repeat the step with the towel and let rise for another half an hour
  • put your spinach, bell paper, cut spring union, green peas and the tomato puree in your food processor and blend until it becomes a even paste
  • preheat your oven at 180°c
  • take your dough ball and transfer to your counter top witch you have sprinkled with flour
  • take your dough roller and roll your dough out
  • take a knife and cut in to 4 or 6 pieces
  • take your spinach spread and put a tablespoon of the spread on each piece
  • close your dough pieces, lay on a baking tray and bake for 30 minutes
  • let your bread cool down for 10 minutes before serving
  • enjoy!

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