Ciabatta With Hints Of Rosemary Bread Machine Recipe

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Time: 60 minutes



  1. water
  2. bread flour
  3. fast-rising active dry yeast
  4. buttermilk
  5. olive oil
  6. fresh rosemary
  7. salt
  8. sugar
  9. yeast


  1. biga:
  2. place the biga ingredients in machine according to your manufactures directions
  3. my machine calls for wet first then top with dry
  4. set machine for dough cycle , press start and let kneed for 5 minutes
  5. shut machine off and let rise over night at least 12 hours
  6. dough:
  7. place the wet ingredients over the biga then top with flour and rosemary
  8. place salt , sugar and yeast in separate corners
  9. set machine to basic dough setting press start
  10. when finished remove dough to two bowls covered with an oiled plastic wrap
  11. place in a draft free warm place and let rise till tripled in size
  12. about 1 hour
  13. flour 2 cookie sheet pans
  14. carefully place each dough onto pans
  15. with floured hands shape dough into a rectangle one inch deep
  16. try not to release any of the air bubbles that were made during the rise
  17. sprinkle dough with flour and let rise again in a draft free warm place for 30 minutes
  18. preheat oven to 425 degrees
  19. bake for 25-30 minutes
  20. spraying with water during baking gives a crisp crust
  21. or you can place a couple ice cubes in the oven to release steam which will produce a crisp crust

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