The yeast dough in the planetary mixer turns out to be homogeneous, smooth and does not stick to your hands. In the process of forming baked goods, it is not necessary to sprinkle flour on the table. The dough does not stick to the table; in extreme cases, take quite a bit of flour. It will take 6-7 minutes for the planetary mixer to get a perfectly kneaded dough. With manual kneading, this will take much longer.
Main Ingredient: Flour / Yeast
- Milk - 200 Milliliters
- Chicken egg - 1 Piece
- Fresh yeast - 20 grams
- Sugar - 4-5 Art. spoons
- Vanilla sugar - 10 grams
- Butter - 70 Grams
- Wheat flour - 400-450 grams
- Salt - 0.5 Teaspoons
How to make "Yeast dough in a planetary mixer"
Prepare the ingredients for making yeast dough.
Put the yeast in the bowl of the planetary mixer.
Pour in warm milk and stir with yeast.
Melt the butter and place in the dough.
Add the egg. Add vanilla sugar and sifted flour.
Place the bowl with the ingredients for the yeast dough into the mixer. Install the "Hook" attachment and turn on the mixer at low speed. During kneading, adjust the dough consistency you need by adding flour or milk. As a rule, I do not add liquid, but if necessary I put flour in a bowl, without ceasing to stir the dough. It turns out to be a homogeneous, smooth consistency and does not stick to your hands.
You can immediately add dried fruits, candied fruits to the finished dough, if your baking recipe requires it.
The yeast dough in the planetary mixer is ready. Place it in a saucepan, cover with a towel or cling film and place in a warm place until it expands.