Pain de Mie/Pullman Loaf 带盖吐司

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The word "pullman" describes something long and narrow in design (as in the railroad Pullman car, or the luggage called the Pullman case), and is so named after George Mortimer Pullman, 19th century American industrialist and inventor. Resources: Pain de Mie 是法语,英语称作Pullman loaf,(因为其形状和美国Pullman Sleeping Car卧车类似)或是Sandwich loaf用来做三明治,或是小点心都可以。平时大家在超市买的切片吐司,大都是Pullman loaf. 如果没有带盖吐司模,那么可以像我一样用蛋糕盘盖住面包。效果一样的。当然专用模子会稍宽一些。不带盖烘烤出半圆形的圆顶吐司,
  • 450 g Bread flour
  • 7 g Active dry yeast
  • 15 g Milk powder
  • 265 ml Warm water
  • 25 g Sugar
  • 20 g Egg
  • 18 g Butter
  • 8 g Salt
  • 455克 高筋粉
  • 7克 干酵母
  • 15克 奶粉
  • 265毫升 温水
  • 25克 砂糖
  • 20克 鸡蛋液
  • 18克 牛油
  • 8克 食盐

  1. Place all ingredients except salt and butter in mixing bowl fitted with a dough hook. Mix on slow speed for 5 minutes. Add salt and continue mixing for 1 minute, add butter, continue kneading for an additional 5 minutes until gluten is properly developed.
  2. Pull dough from bowl, round dough, and let rest covered, at room temperature for 45 minutes. Punch down and let rest for an additional 30 minutes. Knock down once more and let rest for a final 15 minutes. Divide dough into two pieces, each about 450 grams. Round up and let rest for 20 minutes.
  3. Roll and shape dough, place in lightly greased loaf pans. Place loaf pans in a warm place for 45 minutes or until fully proofed. Do not place lids on pans tuntil the loaves are within half inch of the top of the pan
    , then place lid on pan or place parchment paper on the top of the pan and place a heavy sheet pan on top if a lid is not available.

  4. Bake in 190C/375F oven for about 50 minutes until golden brown. Remove from oven and immediately remove loaves from pans and place on cooling rack for 20 minutes before slicing.


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