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Ciabatta white flour with poolish

Perfect for making sandwiches

by Ada Parisi
5 min read
Ciabatta di farina bianca fatta in casa

Ciabatta white flour with poolish, The perfect homemade bread to be stuffed with both cold cuts and a nice chocolate cream for breakfast. These crispy white flour slippers are easy to do and smell wonderful: They are out and with little crispy crumb. For me to make bread at home is priceless. As you know I use sourdough, I am passionate for over a year and recently I'm starting to get really satisfactory results. Seen but not everyone has the sourdough, I'll let the doses even with fresh yeast: rest assured, the result will be great whatever yeast you use. If you like to knead, try also my BRAN BREAD BAKED IN POT or the BEER BREAD. Or the yummy PANE SICILIAN STUFFING. Is Experience some of my LEAVENED OF RECIPES sweet and savoury.

The recipe for ciabatta white flour with poolish is Sara Pope, a guarantee. They are low rolls, with a crispy golden crust and a wee bit of soft white crumb inside. Obviously the slippers are perfect to be stuffed, both sweet and salty in. I used a chocolate-hazelnut cream, But if I had the ham I used that.

You can safely freeze the white flour slippers already cooked and put in the appropriate frost bags. When you want to eat them, scongelatele, and warm in the refrigerator for two minutes in oven at 200 degrees. They will return crisp as freshly made. And as soon as defrosting tubs a couple buy a great prosciutto di Parma and will let you know the result! Don't worry if the dough is very soft: Sprinkle work surface and hands of semolina and don't hesitate! Have a good day.

Ciabatta di farina bianca fatta in casa


Portions: 6 Preparation: cooking:
Nutrition facts: 250 calories 20 fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 2 voted )



FOR poolish:

300 grams of flour 1
300 ml mineral water
100 grams of yeast or 8 grams of yeast


600 grams of flour 1
375 milliliters of natural mineral water
110 grams of yeast or 9 grams of yeast
9 grams of malt or a teaspoon of honey
18 grams of salt
durum, to taste


For the first dough (poolish) dissolve yeast (both of beer's mother) in water at room temperature, then add the sifted flour and knead by hand taking care not to leave any lumps: you will get a slurry. Cover with plastic wrap and let rise for 2-3 hours at room temperature.

For the second mixture put in a bowl the flour, the malt (or honey) and salt, then dissolve the brewer's or mother's yeast in the water and add it to the previously prepared poolish. Pour everything into the bowl and knead by hand or kneading machine. The dough will be extremely soft, but you don't have to add flour: I used the kneading machine because it's really very, very sticky. Pour everything into a bowl, cover and let stand for an hour. At this point you can decide whether to continue or make the dough ripen in the refrigerator for one night (I chose this option, why so the bread is easier to digest).

Flick out the contents of the bowl on the countertop generously with flour sprinkled with semolina, spolverizzatevi hands of semolina and try to make long strips of dough about 10 centimeters long and 5. Then soak them on a baking, sprinkle with semolina and flatten with your fingertips, giving them a regular shape. Cover with a cloth lightly moistened cotton and leave to rise until doubled in volume not power strips.

Preheat oven to 220 degrees static. Sprinkle the white flour slippers with semolina and cook for about 25 minutes or until crispy and golden. Bon appétit!

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Antonella 20 September 2018 - 12:31

Ada thanks ^ _ ^
Good luck with your work!

Ada Parisi 20 September 2018 - 12:45

to you and let me know!

Antonella 18 September 2018 - 16:25

Hi Ada
I would do this wonderful ciabatta but I understand you used sourdough 50% hydration, fair?
I have rather a p. mother liquid with 100% hydration and I think you have to recalculate the doses….
a hug and good luck

Ada Parisi 19 September 2018 - 11:52

Hello Antonella, exact. You have to use less water in the dough. For conversions I use this site, It did very well: http://www.lievitonaturale.org/conversione_licoli_pasta_madre.php

Italians Do Eat Better January 18, 2016 - 12:44

What a nice ciabatta, then with Nutella above is the “his death”! Buona giornata 🙂

Ada Parisi January 19, 2016 - 10:31

Hi thanks!!! This is a cream of hazelnuts and chocolate of the Langhe, and as you say bread and chocolate for me are out of this world! A hug and good day!


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