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Curried Whole Wheat Raisin Boulé

"An Indian staple meal includes unleavened flat bread (Chapatti) made with fine whole wheat flour dipped in a spicy stew (curry). This curried Whole Wheat Raisin Boulé is my homage to that simple, nutritious and delicious meal. Sweet California Raisins are the perfect addition, balancing out the spicy notes."

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Posted May 23, 2013 by Erika
"An Indian staple meal includes unleavened flat bread (Chapatti) made with fine whole wheat flour dipped in a spicy stew (curry). This curried Whole Wheat Raisin Boulé is my homage to that simple, nutritious and delicious meal. Sweet California Raisins are the perfect addition, balancing out the spicy notes."

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Ingredients

    Directions

     

    PRE-FERMENT
    Use sour dough culture, refreshed 24 hours before using.
    FINAL DOUGH
    Mixing Time 3 minutes 4 minutes 2 minutes
    Mixing Speed Speed 1 Speed 2 Speed 2 with raisins
    Dough Temp 72oF
    Fermentation Time 1 hour
    Fermentation Temp 80oF
    Folding if Needed 1 fold at 30 minutes
    Dividing Weight 1250 g
    Make Up Boulé, placed banneton with liner lightly floured, seam side up
    Proofing Time 1 hour
    Proofing Temp 80oF
    Proofing Humidity 80% r.h.
    Type of Oven Deck oven with stone hearth
    Baking Temp 425oF
    Baking Time 30-40 minutes
    Steam if Needed 4-5 seconds
    Finished Product Weight 1110 g
    Additional Procedures

    1. Soak raisins in final dough water for at least 12 hours. Drain well before adding to the dough. Save the water drained and add additional water to compensate for absorption.
    2. After proofing, place on setter, dust with flour over stencil, score and then load in the oven.
    3. Open damper for the last 10 minutes of baking to improve crust formation.
    4. For authentic Indian curry flavor, use Rasam Powder which is available in most South East Asian grocery stores.

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