Keeping up with my project, I just brought this week’s bread out of the oven. Now, I am all for the hard labor of kneading dough but the Baguette proved to be a pretty indignant bread to form. But after going through a couple of videos online, I figured out how to make it.
Here is a little bit of history Gyan: Baguette is a very French bread. It has a straightforward method of baking and involves the basic ingredients needed to make bread: flour, yeast, salt and water. The traditional baguette is seldom stuffed, unlike last week’s Focaccia. But if you want, you can get creative and add cheese and such.
The Baguette has traveled the world more than any other bread has. Its popular Avtar is the submarine sandwich. Crispy crust, honeycombed inside, the Baguette was a pleasure to make and even better to gobble up with the evening tea.