Tempting Salty Bread: A Deliciously Simple Recipe
Have you ever tried making a salty bread? If not, then you’re in for a treat! This classic recipe is not only utterly scrumptious but surprisingly easy to make. Yet, it packs an explosion of flavors that will entice your taste buds and linger on your palate.
Although simple, this recipe has a unique twist. By adding spices and herbs, you can create a one-of-a-kind salty bread that you and your family will enjoy for days. In some cultures, salty bread has even become a staple on the lunch or dinner table.
You’ll need basic ingredients such as flour and salt, but why not experiment with adding some extra touches? For example, it’s quite common to add aromatics like rosemary, dried oregano, or even chopped olives. A dash of olive oil and yeast can give your salty bread a delightful hint of olive flavour and a wonderfully crisp texture.
Let’s get cooking! Here’s what you’ll need:
– 2 cups of white flour
– 2 tsp of sea salt
– 3 tsp of dried herbs (optional)
– 1 tbsp of olive oil (optional)
– 2 tsp of active dry yeast
– 1.5 cups of warm water
– Combine flour, salt and optional herbs and olive oil in a medium bowl and set aside.
– In a separate bowl, stir together the yeast and warm water and let it sit for about five minutes until it’s foamy.
– Pour the wet ingredients into the dry and mix together. Now it’s time to knead the dough.
– Once the dough is ready, cover it and let it rise for about two hours.
– Preheat oven to 425°F.
– Flatten and shape the dough, transfer to a baking tray, brush some olive oil on top and bake for 20 minutes.
– Cool down and serve with your favorite side dishes.
It’s really that easy—the perfect sweet-savory concoction in no time at all! Enjoy this golden, aromatic salty bread and don’t forget to impress your loved ones with this delightful dish. They’re sure to appreciate your effort!
This recipe is a great starting point for you to experiment with bread-making. You can easily adjust the amount of ingredients or add some more spices or herbs for a little extra flavor. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can also try other classic bread recipes such as sourdough, challah or focaccia.