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So late.

1 kg flour (0 or 00 will be fine)
50 g fresh yeast or 2 pkg dry yeast
GARLIC! as you want
3 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons sugar
1/2 glass oil
warm water


1-Put flour in a very big bowl/pot/whatever. Make a well in it.Enter your cut contents yeast and sugar and enough warm water to make a very liquid mix here.
2-Stir well (I use a fork, because every kitchen has one), cover bowl with a cloth and leave it in a warm place. Now go away and do your business for about 20 minutes.
3-Come back, see if it has become bubbly/frothy - if yes, mix in the rest of the flour, the salt, the oil, the garlic and enough water that you will be able to knead the dough.
4-Play "punch the dough" for about 10 minutes.
5-Cover the punched dough with cloth, leave in warm place, do your business for some more 20-30 minutes.
6-Come back, see if it has doubled its size - if yes, another round of punches is in order.
7-repeat N°5.
8-pre-heat oven at about 230°-250°. Prepare & oil baking foil. Force the dough into not-quite-transparent thinness (it should be elastic enough to "get back") on said baking foil. Put in oven and beware: delicious crunchyness is seconds apart from burned to a crisp
Much love!

Date: 2010-10-02 03:18 pm (UTC)
falena: Picture of a girl hiding behind a camera, reflected in a mirror. (Default)
From: [personal profile] falena
Thank you so much! We're gonna try it soon. Love the closing line of the recipe! Sounds like you know me too well. :D


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