Bretzelling… (via GiO)

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I wanted to eat a few moricettes…
So I baked a whole batch of assorted bretzels.

really many :

Bread dough, with surdough (from the day before). For the malty touch, I add roast wheat …

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Bretzelling…

I wanted to eat a few moricettes…

Dinner with Moricette

So I baked a whole batch.

Bread dough, with surdough (from the day before). For the malty touch, I add roast wheat germs.

Shaping…

Bath in soda water…

They get out yellow. Add more yellow from egg yolk diluted in water. And bake till they turn brown.

Moricette au sel. I give the French names… I don’t know others. They are also called malicettes, minicettes or spelled mauricettes. I think a company registered the “moricette” brand so other shops had to change. That’s not fair.

Moricette au sesame.

Batons au sesame et pavot.

Noeud au sesame.

I also made balls, a bretzel, a bagel…

This last one is dessert, sweetened with yellow cane sugar. It’s a singer. Yeah, with anise seeds. It’s moricette a l’anis . I wonder if her parents (or her management) gave her the name on purpose.

Dinner with Moricette

My home’s traditional fast-food ? The moricette sandwich.

So tonight’s guests are grain moricette breads, sesame and poppy seeds…

But we don’t invite this one, too salty. The problem of this meal is the salt. I tried to minimize. The grain ones are low-salt.

Bretzelling (on line soon)

Quick kyuri cucumber pickles, in tarragon wine vinegar with a little sugar. No salt.

Charcuterie : ham, salami…

..mimiga. It’s made of pig ears, Okinawan style. Well, they are a bit weird here. You can’t see that, but they are flavored with some fragrant citrus.

Sands can be made with ham or sausage, pickle and mustard. The cabbage (not seasoned) bring refreshing crispiness.

Eating 3 moricettes :

Cal 602 F20.1g C77.5g P30.2g