Aug 23, 2010

Fatout Bread




This soft and rich bread aims to please and when you open it you will be lured by its many layers. This is perfect along side any meal or just as a snack with your favorite dip at any time of the day.

3 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup sunflower oil
1 cup water + 2 tablespoons warm water
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon yeast
pinch of sugar
1-1/2 tablespoons sesame seeds

1. In a small bowl add 2 tablespoons of warm water, yeast and sugar. Lightly stir and allow to sit for 5 minutes until bubbles appear. In the meantime, in a large bowl add flour and oil, combine.

2. Add yeast, salt and a bit of the 1/2 cup water until you have a smooth dough consistency. Knead dough. Divide into 6 equal portions. Oil your hands and rub on the outside of dough, do not work into dough.

3. Place on a plastic plate (do not place on glass or anything cool) then cover with a towel and sit in a warm place allowing to rise for one hour.

4. Pre-heat oven to 400 F. With a rolling pin roll into a 4-inch circle. Sprinkle tops with sesame seeds. Place on a baking sheet or pizza stone two at a time. Cook until golden, approximately 15-20 minutes.

Yields: 8 pieces

2 fabulous comments:

  1. asalamu alaikum sister,

    greay recipe u have got!:)
    i have a doubt, what do we do with the water,yeast and the sugar mixture?

    thank u for ur wonderful recipes and may allah bless u:)

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  2. Alaykum Salam sister Ameena the reason you have to do this with all recipes that have yest not just this one is bc you have to make sure your yeast is well alive. The yeast feed off of sugar so when it bubbles or froths that means it is working and you will have a nice rise from your bread.

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