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Cerulean blue is a gentle breeze: So excited that the wonderful Jane Bush has done a swatching video of my Holbein 108 dotcard. One whole hour of wonderful swatchy goodness! Her videos are always so professionally produced and I just lurve her voice. Not that I get many visitors here, but if you’re reading this, be sure to check out her website because she does the most amazing portraits.
Using a blender, whiz wet ingredients together. Add in dry ingredients. Egg white and heavy cream were added after adding the sugars which made the batter too thick to pour. It was also too sweet because of the sugars in the chocolate.
Would probably make 8 cupcakes. Bake at 160°C fan forced for 12 to 15 minutes. I baked it for 15 minutes. It was somewhat overdone but still pretty fudgey.
Reduced milk powder to 10g. Thin and strong windowpane. Rested 1 hour before shaping with a little flour. Four-strand braid, 12 inches per strand is too long. It should be 11″.
Rested about an hour before going into fridge for overnight proof. Barely grew in fridge.
Next morning took about 2 hours to come back to room temperature. Finished proofing in oven warmed to 75°C then switched off.
So if using the fridge to break up the fermentation, add another two hours to the proofing time. This is the time required for the dough to come back to room temperature, even with the help of the warm oven. Need to check optimum proofing temperature.