It is possible to make one at home vegan brioche simple, tasty and successful? Absolutely yes, if you follow the recipe of my last "veg experiment" with the madr pastaand, without milk, without eggs and without butter.
Excellent for tasty breakfasts and snacks and ideal to accompany our self-made sugar-free jams.
30 grams of cold pressed seed oil
About 100 grams of water
200 gr of refreshed sourdough
600 grams of 1 flour
100 grams of raw cane sugar
1 pinch of salt
Grated lemon zest
In a bowl put about 200 grams of refreshed sourdough. Add the seed oil and sugar and knead starting to add the water and flour a little at a time, until you get a compact and very soft ball. Before finishing processing, add a pinch of salt and the aromas you prefer. I used cinnamon and lemon zest. Cover the dough with a cloth and let it rise for 3/4 hours away from currents.
THE FOLDING. After this time, the funniest part comes. Divide the leavened dough into 4 equal parts. Take one part at a time and follow this procedure for each one: spread with your hands on the floured work surface, forming an oval less than half a centimeter high. Fold the ends as if closing a book, one over the other (take the right end and bring towards the center, then take the left and overlap). Rotate and repeat the operation in the other direction, bringing the top end down and vice versa. Once the dough has been worked with folding method, form a ball without crushing it too much. Arrange the 4 parts thus worked in a greased and floured baking tray, one after the other. The ideal would be the one specific for brioche bread, long and narrow. I didn't have one and used one normal baking sheet.
Let it rise now for at least another 4/5 hours. When the dough has doubled, brush it with water or soy milk and bake at 180 degrees for about 20 minutes. The 4 doughs will come together and form a soft, healthy brioche.
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