Bread Red squiggles

Submitted by enr on 19 May 2010
3 cups flour
10 g of dry yeast
50 ml sunflower oil
2 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp salt
1 cup milk or water
2 tbsp tomato puree (chutney, Apetitka)
Bread Red squiggles
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Mix all ingredients (except tomato paste) and mix dough. Divide into two equal parts. In one add tomato puree and knead with a little flour until mixed well. Then each part is divided into four equal parts. Take one white ball and roll it into a thin crust. Was placed on top of tomato peel Roll dough ball. Turn to roll. Similarly was made three rolls. Arrange in an oblong cake pan, covered with baking paper, as the bottom is placed next to each other two rolls. One roll is placed with seams down and the other up. Top placed the other two rolls, as on what is up with stitches placed seams with roll down, but on the other - with seams up, may have seams and down. Allow to rise until the volume increase twice and bake at 180 C until ready (try with a stick). Bread is removed from the mold and leave to cool on a wire rack.
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19 May 2010


Well, that's great! Great squiggles! A taste of how is it?

Great recipe. Bravo!

instead of tomato paste can be kneaded with rye flour and so squiggles become brown;- Use spinach to the dough turns green;
Can be divided into 10 balls - five white and five of the other color and crochet braid that is placed on the four rolls, and sprinkle with poppy, sesame and all that. Anyone interested can look at the source link
:) Hleb rыzhaya zavitushka

I like the idea.

You can tell that well-done and well mixed. Bravo. Very spectacular.

I did it, but instead I used homemade tomato chutney. I put more than 2 tablespoons, that still did not seem enough red. This greater amount chutney lead to adding more flour. It tasted great.

Awesome, delicious and easy bread. Tepid margarine and colorful salt m-m-m ...

Pay attention to the original photo are stacked taka- from below one white and one orange roll on top and white was spread orange roll and orange on white, then you will get a nice swirl :)

bread was delicious and interesting :) I use plain tomato paste, the dough rise once it before it splits and coloring - for better taste. In the initial separation of the two, one ball (the one over colored) made it a little less, anyway it put more flour. Cutting it still hot, so the pictures can easily see that the bread is still slightly damp, but even so the pattern was spectacular - if you wait to cool down, it will be better.