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White bread with sunflower seeds
White bread with sunflower seeds
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With this recipe you will get a wonderful bread with a crusty surface and a fluffy and soft middle. It is easy and quick to prepare, only takes a few minutes of work. It is a good idea to make this homemade bread for your Sunday brunch.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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25 gr Fresh yeast
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50 gr Sunflower seeds
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500 ml Cold water
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50 ml Sunflower oil
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1 teaspoon Salt
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1000 gr Flour
Oven temperature:
200 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Crumble the yeast in a bowl, add the water and stir until the liquid is lump free.
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Add the sunflower oil and the seeds and stir together.
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Pour almost all the flour in the bowl and work it all together to a smooth dough.
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Place a plastic film and a baking towel on the bowl, and let the dough rest 3 hours in room temperature.
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Start the oven at 200 degrees Celsius.
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Place the dough on a flat surface and work the rest of the flour in the dough.
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Form the dough in small balls or place the dough in a long bread form.
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Place the bread in the lower part of the oven for 30 minutes.
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Take out the bread and let it cool down before serving it.
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