Most beetroots turn their noses up. It does not always have to come inlaid on the table. You can e.g. also bake a delicious beetroot bread.Beetroot bread tastes delicious
Beetroot soup, beetroot chips, beetroot chips - yes, the tuber can really be used in many ways in the kitchen. After all, it would be far too boring to eat them cooked or pickled. So feel free to try something new. Beetroot, for example, cuts a fine figure even in bread dough and, in addition to a wonderful taste, provides a very special, red look. On top of that, a beetroot bread tastes really delicious too.
- 500 grams of wheat flour (Type 1050)
- 20 grams of fresh yeast
- 10 grams of salt
- 50 grams of soft butter
- 50 milliliters of olive oil
- 150 grams of beetroot
- 300 milliliters of warm water
- Olive oil for the mold
1First, you need to mix the flour with the yeast and salt well. Then grate the beetroot. Now add the butter, the olive oil and the grated beetroot to the flour mixture and mix everything well.
2 Now take the water to hand. You must now add this until the dough is smooth and firm when kneaded. You have to be careful when dosing the water. The dough must not feel wet. You can simply pour away excess water.
3After kneading, you have to put the dough back in a bowl and then cover it with cling film or a wet cloth. Now the dough has to rise for about 60 minutes. When the time is up, you have to knead it again briefly and place it in a bread pan brushed with olive oil. The dough goes in again for an hour or two.
4If the walking time is almost over, you can already preheat the oven to 180 degrees. After the end of the walking time, loosely cover the bread with aluminum foil and bake for about 30 minutes. Then remove the aluminum foil and bake the bread in another 15 minutes.