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April 03, 2011



I use 750g plain flour mixed with 12g dried yeast. I mix 2 tblspn honey with 450ml warm water and add to the flour. I use the Kitchen Aid dough hook to knead it, then oil the bowl and leave the dough in the oiled bowl to stand in a warm place covered with a damp tea towel for about 40 min.
I then use the pasta roller attachment to the Kitchen Aid to roll out the dough into nice thin strips. Two strips pressed together at the seam fit onto one of my baking trays. Everyone adds their favourite toppings. Hot oven for 20 minutes. This serves 5 with leftovers for school lunchboxes. Last weekend the fav topping was roasted pumpkin, caramelised onions, wilted spinach and goat's cheese.

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