Amy's pine fennel and golden raisin

Jeremy's picture
Jeremy

likes retarding, gets better flavor, also cover with coarse corn meal!

Ta! and happy baking, Remember OZ FEST07

The Dough: 
IngredientAmountMeasurement
levain
165.00
grams
corn meal
25.00
grams
durum
255.00
grams
water
122.00
grams
salt
5.00
grams
pine nuts
46.00
grams
fennel bulb
143.00
grams
golden raisins
63.00
grams
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carla's picture
carla 2006 October 12

fennel [b]bulb[/b] 143g

Cooked, raw, shredded, sliced big or small?
So many questions...

How about fennel seeds instead??

carla's picture
carla 2006 October 12

[quote="Jeremy"]
[b]shaved[/b] chopped and blanched!
[/quote]

The mind boggles.
How do you shave a fennel bulb??
Does it grow a beard in your area of the woods?
Here it is soft and not in need of shaving...

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Bill44 2006 October 12

[quote="TeckPoh"]
Gosh....now you've caught carla's double post ailment.
[/quote]
Sort of like an online stutter.

carla's picture
carla 2006 October 12

[quote="TeckPoh"]
Gosh....now you've caught carla's double post ailment.
[/quote]

Maybe it is a Germanic Virus??

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Jeremy 2006 October 12

Quiet all of you or Croc will start ranting and well I think I was going to make a nasty remark!

Shaved represents using a mandoline to [size=18]"shave"[/size] so they are fine slivers!

Oh you guy's are so.....[size=24]hey Oz Fest 07[/size]

SourDom 2006 October 12

Jeremy,

you skipped a few of Amy's instructions for this.

I confess that the biggest problem that I had when I tried it a few times is that the blanched fennel is very moist (even if squeezed dry and drained on paper towels). Then when you (I) fold it in, the dough falls apart. (even worse if the raisins are soaked as I think Amy suggests)

It is a nice recipe though

Dom

carla's picture
carla 2006 October 13

[quote="Jeremy"]
Shaved represents using a mandoline to "shave" so they are fine slivers!
[/quote]

Ahhh - shaved as in "sliced finely".
Now even I do understand!
The joys of translating recipes!!

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