Introducing a simple recipe using strong flour, which tends to be less frequently used than soft flour. There are three types: "Focaccia", "Tart flambe", and "Suito".
A focaccia recipe that you can make without the hassle of kneading. Mix strong flour, dry yeast, water, etc. to make dough, transfer to the refrigerator and ferment slowly. After molding and secondary fermentation, bake in the oven and you're done.
The fox-colored focaccia has a crispy outside and a soft and chewy texture inside. Thanks to olive oil, crude salt and dried herbs, it has a rich flavor that you can eat without adding anything. Of course, it is also recommended to sandwich it with ham or cheese.
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Tart flambe recipe
Recipe for "Tart Flambé", a local dish of the Alsace region of France, like a lightly baked pizza. Spread the dough mixed with soft flour and strong flour thinly, and first bake it in the oven. Put drained yogurt (or shredded cheese, sour cream) on it, sprinkle with salt and black pepper, put the ingredients on it, and bake it in the oven.
The slightly salty dough has a light taste that you can eat more and more. The ingredients go well with seafood, apples and cinnamon, so if you learn how to make the dough, you can enjoy various arrangements.
]] Tart flambe recipe
"Suito" is a local dish of bite-sized flour dough stewed in plenty of juice. Knead the dough with strong flour, soft flour, hot water, and salt, then cut into bite-sized pieces and boil.
Add the boiled suiton to the soup made from stewed vegetables and meat, and you're done. A cup of warm soup from the core of your body, served with soup made from soup stock of vegetables and meat. It is recommended to add it not only to the juice but also to the ingredients of the pot.
＞＞ Suiton recipe
A handmade recipe that is perfect for taking a break on holidays and for parent and child time. If you have a strong flour that has not been used up, please give it a try.