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Biga
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Servings:400g of biga
Calories per serving:1
Ready in:1 day
Prep. time:1 day
Cook time:None
Difficulty:Easy
Recipe author:JuliaBalbilla
First published:10th July 2012
This recipe needs advance preparation!

Biga is an Italian bread starter which helps to develop flavour and create a more open texture and chewy crust. It is often used when making ciabatta. You need to make this the day before you use it


Ingredients

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Method

  1. Dissolve the yeast and the water and place the flour in a bowl.
  2. Once the yeast has completely dissolved, mix throroughly with the flour.
  3. Cover the bowl with cling film and leave to ferment overnight.
  4. If your kitchen is hot, keep it in the fridge, but allow it to come to room temperature before using.

Chef's notes

The mixture does seem quite dry, but it will hold together with a little perseverance. It can be left in the fridge for a couple of days longer if you wish.

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