Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Rosemary Raisins Bread Recipe – Adapted From Laura Calder, French Food at Home

Nano nano, I am alien from outer space.....ha ha ha!
This recipe is adapted from the one that I learned from watching Laura Calder, French Food at Home show in AFC (Asian Food Channel). In the original recipe, she uses Olive but I do not have this in hand so I improvised by using raisins instead. With all the cuts in the dough, the bread is supposed to look like a leaf but the olive bread that Laura made in her show looks very much nicer than the one I made above. LOL! Here is the recipe.

Ingredients
Flour, 3 cups
Olive oil, 2 table spoons
Sugar, 2 table spoons
Yeast, 1 teaspoon
Egg, 2 pcs
Salt, 1 teaspoon
Rosemary, 1 tablespoon
Raisins (or olive), ½ cup

Mix flour, sugar, yeast and salt evenly. Pour eggs and olive oil in the middle of the flour. Mix well and knead the dough. Add a little water if it is too dry. Leave the dough aside for the yeast to do its’ work! After around 2 hours, give the dough a punch.....hiyaaa! Add rosemary and raisins to the dough. Mix well. Flatten the dough into a leaf shape and cut the sides using a sharp knife. Brush the top of the bread with eggs. Bake the bread in preheated oven at 200 Dec C for around 15 to 20 minutes.

13 comments:

smallkucing said...

i saw similar one in one of the post. You really "yau sum kei" to bake all these

Xjion89 said...

hahaha, a true baker in town^^~~~

tuti said...

looks nice and delicious. if i stayed nearer, i'll beg you to cook an extra tiny bit of whatever you're cooking and i'll pay good money for it, hahah.

Pam said...

Ha ha ha! A good one! This looks great with the raisins but I bet the olives would be great also. Yum!

Christine said...

Laura Calder is Canadian, we get her show here too! I guess if you use raisins, the bread is sweet rather than savoury...good idea

PranisKitchen said...

delicious leaf bread..raisins add nice flavor to this one..
nice picture too

Gulmohar said...

Lovely ..Rosemary and raisins will make it so flavorful

manglish said...

where did u get the time to bake, cook, stir fry and work har? hahahahahahahah.....

suituapui said...

Same question as Manglish! LOL!!! Not a fan of bread...and I dunno how to make either. :(

Mei Teng said...

Your bread isn't too bad. Looks like leaf too :)

I do watch French Food on AFC ocassionally too.

Pete said...

smallkucing : Quite easy to bake

Xjion89 : Pete the Baker, LOL!

Tuti: My next door neighbour going to move out....any takers? LOL!

Pam : I would love to try it with olives next round.

Christine : Agree, but need to eat it while still hot from the oven, it turned a bit hard overnight.

Pranis : Thks

Gulmohar : Agree

Manglish : That is the benefit of becoming an Independent Financial Consultant...LOL!

STP : Same as answer for Manglish

Mei Teng : Get lots of ideas from AFC!

Ayie said...

i like using rosemary for roasts and other dishes but not breads

alicia said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe. My mum will love it!!!

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