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Baguettes
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Easy homemade traditional French baguettes that you find at all bakery. The dough need to rest for over 1 hour to get them big.

Ingredient List for 2 baguettes servings:
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12 gr Yeast
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250 ml Water
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1 tablespoon Olive oil
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0 teaspoon Salt
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330 gr Flour

Oven temperature:
220 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Put the yeast in a bowl, add the water and stir until its lump free.
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Add the salt and the olive oil, and stir.
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Add fluffed flour and work the dough in a bread mixer, kitchen aide or by hand for 10 minutes.
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Cover the bowl with a wet/moist towel, and place it in the oven without heat for 1 hour.
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Take out the dough from the oven. Divide the dough in 2, and roll them in to a baguette form.
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Put them on a oven tray, and cover with a wet/moist towel, and place the back in the oven for 30 minutes.
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Take out the baguettes from the oven, and start the oven on warm heat 220 degrees Celsius.
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When the oven is ready make small incisions along the baguette, the incisions should slightly overlapping each other.
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Brush/spray the baguettes with water.
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Put them in the middle part of the oven for 15 minutes.
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Take out the baguettes and let the cool down in room temperature.
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