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Old 14.03.2015, 15:49
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Pandolce al cioccolato Genovese!!! White chocolate Pandolce

85 grams unsalted butter - very soft at room temp
105 grams caster sugar
1 free range large egg
300 grams 00 flour
pinch of salt
80 grams full fat milk
400 grams choco chips or plain chocolate or raisins or candid fruit
1 teaspoon rum
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract or half a teaspoon of pure vanillin
10 grams baking powder
using food processor (cake mix head on), mix the sugar and butter until creamy with no lumps. add the vanilla, rum, lemon juice and the salt and mix well.
continue to let it mix at low speed and crack in a whole egg. continue to mix at low speed until gently combined
stop the mixer and add the choco chips
put on slow mix and again mix well for 1-2 minutes
in a separate bowl, mix the flour and baking powder.
add the milk to the mixture first and then add in the flour mix.
knead at medium speed until you get a compact dough
sprinkle flour on work surface and place the dough on it. knead gently but not too much. doesn't need to be a smooth dough / don't want the choco chips to melt
place on a baking pan and make a round shape that is about 3.5cm thick
using a plastic spatula, make some patterns on top of the dough
place in a pre-heated oven at 180 degrees for 40 minutes - until golden on top
take out and allow to cool before cutting.
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