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Brioche - video recipe !


Want a nice and fluffy brioche for breakfast today ? Try this step by step recipe !

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Recipe type:
Dessert
Number of serving:
8 servings
Preparation time:
4 hours
Cook time:
30 minutes
Ready in:
4 h, 30 m
Difficulty:
Easy

Ingredients

- 1 Tbsp baker's yeast
- 2 cups flour
- 3 eggs
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/2 cup softened butter
- 2 Tbsp warm milk

To golden :
- an egg yolk
- 1 Tbsp milk

Preparation

Step 1 - Brioche - Video recipe !

Step 1

Mix the yeast with the warm milk, and leave a few seconds.
Put in a bowl of a Kitchenaid miwer, and add the flour, the eggs, the sugar and the salt.
Step 2 - Brioche - Video recipe !

Step 2

Mix for 7 minutes at minimal speed, then 7 minutes at speed 2.
Step 3 - Brioche - Video recipe !

Step 3

Add softened butter and knead again for 7 minutes at 1st speed. Then, knead at speed 2 until a ball forms (it can take around 20 minutes).
Step 4 - Brioche - Video recipe !

Step 4

Cover the dough and leave to swell in the fridge for at least 2 hours
Step 5 - Brioche - Video recipe !

Step 5

Take the dough and knead it to degas.
Step 6 - Brioche - Video recipe !

Step 6

Cut it in 8 pieces of same weight, and form balls. Grease a cake mould, and place the balls in it. Put the mould in a warm place and leave to swell for 2 hours.
Step 7 - Brioche - Video recipe !

Step 7

Mix the yolk and the milk together, and brush the brioche with it.
Bake for 30 minutes at 360°F.
Take out the oven and leave the brioche to cool down.
Step 8 - Brioche - Video recipe !

Step 8

There you are, your brioche is ready !







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