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Too many potatoes cooked? Bake yourself a juicy potato bread

How delicious is a slice of fresh, even lukewarm bread and then home-baked? Best prepared from potatoes from the day before as a delicious leftover. We'll tell you how to do that here in this recipe.

Winter is the best time to make yourself really comfortable in your own four walls and bake your own bread. Fancy something different? Potato bread is a tasty change from the usual breads and an easy way to process already cooked potatoes or raw potato leftovers. The potatoes make the bread nice and juicy and it stays fresh longer. Sounds exciting? We'll tell you the recipe!

Ingredients

For 4 servings
73  g cooked potatoes
4  g fresh yeast
100  g lukewarm water
  g Salt
167  g Spelt flour (Type 630)
Preparation
5h
Difficulty

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Preparation

Step 1

Peel the potatoes, cook them and crush them with a potato masher. Allow the mashed potatoes to cool.

Step 2

Mix spelt flour with salt in a mixing bowl.

Step 3

Dissolve the yeast in lukewarm water and add to the mixing bowl to the spelt flour-salt mix. Then knead to a smooth dough.

Step 4

Add mashed potatoes to the dough. Mix all ingredients evenly.

Step 4

Cover the bread dough and let it rise for 4 hours.

Step 6

Preheat oven to 250 °C top/bottom heat.

Step 7

Knead bread dough on a floured work surface and form into a loaf.

Step 8

Reduce the temperature to 230 °C.

Step 9

Line the box tin with baking paper, add the dough to the mold and bake in the preheated oven for 50 minutes.

Tip

Leftover yeast can be wonderfully frozen and preserved in our Toppits® freezer bags.

So that your delicious potato bread does not stick in the box form, line it with Toppit's® baking paper. Thanks to its non-stick structure, the ready-baked bread then glides out of the mold very easily in one piece and looks super appetizing. Even with the constant slipping and rolling of the baking paper is now finally over: The innovative baking paper from Toppits® with non-slip underside makes baking even easier for you. And a nice side effect: your box shape remains clean because greasing is prevented. If you notice during your baking check that the crust is too dark after 30 minutes, just don't stress! Simply cover the box mould with Toppit's® aluminium foil and continue baking in a relaxed way! If unexpectedly some of the potato bread remains, you can simply freeze it in our Toppits® freezer bags. So it stays fresh and tasty longer.

The result is a juicy potato bread with a beautiful crust

Butter simply belongs on bread


There's nothing like a nice slice of bread with a lot of butter. And let's be honest, what tastes better on a fresh potato bread than butter? How about making delicious, small butter candies with our sandwich paper? You can create even more variation by, for example, conjuring up a herb butter. In the best case, you use leftover herbs stored in our SafeLoc® freezer bags – residual utilization that melts on the tongue and melts connoisseurs' hearts.

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