Being healthy is a way of life, but adding this recipe to your breakfast table will be exciting yet delicious!
While the flavour of olives explodes in your mouth, you can make it even more interesting by making sandwiches with different fillings.
Whole Wheat Flour (Atta) – 300g
Plain flour (Maida) – 150g
Broken Wheat (Daliya) – 75g
Milk Powder – 10g
Fresh Yeast or Instant Yeast – 15g
Table Salt – 11g
Brown Sugar (Jaggery) – 15g
Wheat Gluten – 15g
Whey Water – 50ml
Black Olives – 40g
Butter / Olive Oil – 30g
Tap Water – 250ml
Method of preparation for heart healthy bread
Add Fresh / Instant yeast in a bowl and pour half Luke warm water and brown sugar stir and rest aside.
Take another bowl and add the remaining water mixed with whey water and stir entire salt.
Sieve Whole wheat flour, Plain flour with Milk powder twice and arrange in a large bowl.
Add both the solutions to Sieved flour and soaked broken wheat combine all the ingredients to form rough dough.
Pull the dough out to a clean marble or granite table space and knead. Add Butter/Olive oil and continue kneading to form soft and smooth dough.
Add chopped black olives entirely to the developed dough and roughly knead to spread all around. Round the dough and let it rest covered for 45min – 60 min.
While on rest the dough raises twice the volume, tap the dough and remove the gases and round it for second rest for 15 minutes.
Sheet the dough on a marble or table slab to 1/2 inch thickness. Take a 3 inch heart shaped cookie cutter and divide the portions of the fermented dough.
Take a Baking tray and grease the inside lightly with oil or butter.
Arrange the divided dough shapes inside the tray, touching the base. Leave it to proof for 45min or until the dough is risen double.
Arrange the risen dough trays into preheated baking oven temperature of 200°C, ake for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown crust colour is achieved.
Remove from the Oven and release the rolls out from the tray immediately.
Prep time: 15 minutes, Cook time: 15 minutes, Total time: 2 hour 30 minutes, Serves 8
You can also try this bread recipe with Amla (Indian Gooseberry), which makes it healthier for the heart
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