Cocodrillo Ciabatta (Recipe adapted from Sotong Cooks)
500g bread flour
2 tsp instant yeast
1. Mix all ingredients roughly till combine & let it rest for 10mins.
2. After the resting period, turn on mixer & beat for 10mins until the dough pulls away from the sides & bottom of the bowl.
3. Place into a well oiled container & let it triple in size.
4. After triple in size, 'pour' out the dough onto a heavily floured surface. Separate the dough into 2 pieces. Dust with flour & proof the dough for another 45mins.
5. Pick up one piece of the dough & flip them upside down onto a silpat mat. Repeat with the other piece of dough.
6. Bake in a preheated oven @ 240°C for 25mins.
Why is it called cocodrillo? Is it because it looks like a crocodile? Hehe
anyway the holes in the ciabatta look super good!
oh my , the bread looks terrific! Great job, Cathy.
fantastic holes looking ciabatta!! i also bookmarked this earlier, really have to get myhands on on this!
Tks! This recipe is super simple & super delicious! =)
Tks for your kind words :)
Thanks for your kind words. Cocodrillo means crocodile slippers! kekeke =)
I like the holes in your ciabatta!! yummy to go with vinegar!
Yeah, I loves the holes too ;)
wow! you did it, well done! beautiful holes! :)
This is new to me but I know I will like this bread!
Nasi Lemak Lover,
This is new to me as well. I was so excited to see the holes when I sliced the bread =)
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