Yeast Pigtail (Relaunch my English site)

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Due to a big lack of time I had to stop translating my recipes into English. And because I have a high aspiration for a good English translation, this will always need some extra time for me. Just because I am not used to speak/write in English.

First of all a very big THANK YOU to all my followers on this site that you stayed with me through all the months without any recipe.

Bit by bit I will translate all the articles you have missed.

This time it is a classic plaited yeast bun.

I hope you enjoy that recipe.

Ingredients
500 g flour
200 ml milk (luke warm)
1/2 cube yeast (10 g)
70 g sugar
80 g butter (room temperature)
1 pinch of salt
For the topping
1 egg yolk + some milk
Coarse sugar

You also need
Baking sheet lined with parchment
Oven preheated at 360°F/180°C (upper lower heat)

Direction

Heat the milk until luke warm. Crumble the yeast and mix with the luke warm milk and the sugar.

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Add the flour, the butter and the salt and knead the ingredients very well until you have a homogenous dough.

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Let it rest covered at a warm place for at least one hour. Knead again and put into shape. For the pigtail cut two times and plait.

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Put the prepared yeast on a lined baking sheet and let it rest covered another 30 min.

After the last dormant phase mix the egg yolk with some milk and dab. Add the coarse sugar.

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Put it into the oven at 360°F/180°C (upper lower heat)

I hope you like the recipe and get inspired for some yeast dough.

Greetings

Robby(licious)

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