Thermomix Pull-a-part

 This has to be one of the easiest bread you can make. 
Ok so you don’t have to have a Thermomix but it does make it easier for a one pot recipe.  If you have a stand mixer make the dough in there with a dough hook.  
  • Knead for 8 – 10 minutes.  
  • Cover and pop it in a warm place to prove.
  • Cook your onion and bacon in a frypan on the stove.

Your family will love it. You can choose anything you like to pop inside. I’ve even used leftovers before!

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Thermomix Pull-a-part
Bec's Pull apart
  • you are going to need
  • 300g water
  • 1 Tbsp yeast
  • 520g white bakers flour
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 20g olive oil
  1. In this order
  2. In your Thermomix weight in 300g of warm water. (I make sure it is at least 37c on the dial, but you'll soon know the feel). Put 1 tbs of dry yeast on top of the water.
  3. Drop your 520g of flour on top of that then your salt, sugar and oil.
  4. Mix on speed 4. I pop the MC on and wait till it starts jiggling about then I know it is all incorporated. Should take about 4 to 5 sec.
  5. Now set to knead for two mins.
  6. I sometimes leave my dough in the Thermomix to prove (if I don't need to use it before its done that is.) It should double in size popping out of the top of your Thermomix about an inch if you leave it in. Another way is to pop it in your Thermo Server if you have one. Your Thermo Server is ideal for keeping in the warmth for the yeast to do its job. I wait till the lid gets lifted up by the dough then I know it's ready.
  7. If you roll this up into a smooth ball it's a white cottage loaf or for Pull apart
  8. When the dough is ready, you need to roll it out about the size of 2 x A4 Sheets of paper. I find most of the time I don't have to add any extra flour to my bench cause its the perfect consistency. Although all flour is different and if you find yours is a little sticky you'll need to do a little dusting. (of flour that is)
  9. You can use a springform tin or something similar to cook your pull apart in, or you can even just stack them all together on a large tray, for a free-form shape if you wish.
  10. In your Thermomix, you can make any filling you like this time I have chosen approx
  11. g tasty cheese grated on speed 9 for 4 sec. sprinkle on your rolled out dough
  12. /2 cup approx sundried tomatoes chopped on speed 5 for 3 sec. sprinkle on your rolled out dough
  13. /2 red onion chopped on speed 5 for 2 sec. leave in Thermomix
  14. rashers of bacon chopped by hand
  15. turn on reverse speed + 1 and saute at 100 for 3 sec sprinkle on your rolled out dough
  16. when you have all your ingredients layered on top, cut your dough into long strips.
  17. Take one end of a strip and gather it folding back and forth as you go. Then sit it upright it in a springform tin. Continue this process till you have all the dough in, remembering to leave a few gaps for the dough to rise.
  18. Now it's ready to go into the oven, turn your oven to 200c and pop it in. I know there hasn't been a second rising, but it will do that while the temperature of the oven reaches full temperature. Keep and eye on your creation, and when the top is all golden brown, it's ready to pull out.
Chef Notes
Your imagination only limits the filling choices. You can make savoury and sweet. It's so quick and easy.
For a sweet alternative add an extra 2 Tbsp of sugar in the dough, and when you're doing your pull apart try some almond meal, butter, sultanas and a sprinkle of sugar. Yummmm cheap and no added non-food items.

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