Potkovica sa ruzmarinom (Horseshoe with rosemary)

Sastojci: 1kg mekog brasna, 40g kvasca, 1/2 kasicice secera, 1 kasicica soli, 2 kasike ulja, 400-500ml mlake vode, 5 grancica ruzmarina.

Priprema:
1) Pomesati kvasac, secer, 1 kasiku brasna i mlaku vodu. Ostaviti da naraste.
2) Pomesati brasno, so, kvasac i ostatak vode. Mesiti najmanje 10 minuta. Prebaciti testo u veliku posudu pokriti vlaznom krpom i ostaviti na toplom tri sata da naraste. Za vreme narastanja premesiti tri puta.
3) Stavite testo na povrsinu posutu brasnom i napravite valjak debljine oko 7cm i napravite oblik potkovice.
4) Pleh namazite uljem, pospite brasnom, stavite potkovicu, premazati ulje. Napraviti rupe na povrsini u svaku staviti rumarin. Ostaviti da stoji 15 minuta.
5) Peci u prethodno zagrejanoj rerni na 180C oko 30 minuta.

Predlog: mozete napraviti Jevrejski hleb.

Ingredients: 1kg soft flour, 40g of yeast, 1/2 teaspoon sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons oil, 400-500ml lukewarm water, 5 sprigs of rosemary.

Preparation:
1) Mix the yeast, sugar, 1 tablespoon of flour and lukewarm water. Allow to rise.
2) Mix the flour, salt, yeast and remaining water. Knead at least 10 minutes. Transfer the dough to a large bowl covered with a damp cloth and leave in a warm place for three hours to grow. For the time of rising dough knead three times.
3) Place the dough on a surface sprinkled with flour and make a thick cylinder about 7cm and make a horseshoe shape.
4) Line baking pan spray with oil, sprinkle with flour, put a horseshoe, brush with oil. Make a holes on the surface and in each place rosemary. Allow to stand for 15 minutes.
5) Bake in the preheated oven at 180C about 30 minutes.

Suggestion: you can make Jewish bread.

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