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June 06, 2011

Cupbread from Madrid




Olga my friend from from Madrid gave me this idea making bread in a cupcake mould. She calls it cupbread. I have always wanted to make bread like her but did not dare to until now. You see,  I consider her the best baker of Madrid if not of Spain! I hope she likes my cupbread. See for yourself at Cocinando con Kisa

Cupbread with Poppy Seeds

325g of bread flour
1 egg
130g of lukewarm water
8g of salt
10g of sugar
25g of olive oil
15g of fresh yeast
olive oil for brushing and some poppy seeds


The recipe above I actually did not follow down to a tee because I did not have fresh yeast so the luke warm water I use for a packet of dry yeast instead. Kneaded everything together for 5 minutes and let the dough rise for an hour or until double in size.

Spread the dough into a rectangle and cut into strips that are slightly tapered at the end.
Brush strips with olive oil, sprinkle poppy seeds and roll to a cone. 
Put in muffin pan and let rise for an hour in a warm place and then bake in a 350F oven for 18 to 20 minutes.


Serve warm if you wish for they are really good with butter.

Here's a good looking one for you.

Enjoy!






30 comments:

  1. I love homemade bread...these look really cute!

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  2. That just look amazing!!

    Yum!!

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  3. Geniales me encantaron estan muy lindos y sobre todo originales.

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  4. What a festive way to serve bread! And homemade bread always sings - but yours dances.

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  5. Michelangelo you always make lovley recipes, this is amazing!! gloria

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  6. Compliments to you and Olga,...I will try to bake cupbread soon!

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  7. I will try to make cupbread too! Looks so cute :))

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  8. This is so original. I want to try this out next weekend.

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  9. OLE! You have been great! my congratulations, as I am glad that you liked, making bread is not that hard to just get handed and have a little patience in the levied and the result is better to eat something echo self .
    thousand besossssssss

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  10. COmo siempre todo lo que haces me gusta Michelangelo! Feliz día!

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  11. questi non mi scappano presto li faro' grazie x l'idea grandiosa...che c'e' di meglio del pane?
    buona giornata!

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  12. Another super idea I gotta follow! Too cute not to :D Now why can't I think of clever things like that? These would be great for Christmas! Don't they look like Christmas trees? Hmmm ... yesss ... ideas!

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  13. Che meraviglia!E chissà che buoni!!!

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  14. No conocía esta forma de hacer el pan, se ve riquisimo y suave, delicioso

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  15. So cute! I'm sure Olga will love them and I bet they are super tasty too.

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  16. Oh Arthur...these buns remind me of those Jean-Paul Gaultier cone bras that Madonna used to wear for her concerts! LOL. They look gorgeous though and I'm suddenly inspired to make another pull-apart bread when I see these!

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  17. WONDERFUL!!....I have to try it.....this is perfect!!......al fin puedo comentar y tengo identidad!!....yupi!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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  18. What a simple but effective idea. These individual breads look irresistable, particularly with poppy seeds - my favourite bread sprinkle!

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  19. Baked something similar before..but yours look 100 times better! Thumbs for you!
    Angie

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  20. arthur, this looks so pretty. NOw you just given me an idea to shape my breads!

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  21. Non conoscevo questo pane madrileno....ma lo conoscerò perché mi copio la ricetta! Sei grande!

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  22. I will have to try these, they look so cute and delicious!

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  23. These look so cool! How lovely when still warm with soft butter. YUM!

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  24. Hi Art. Hope this finds you well. Haven't seen or heard from you for awhile now. Missing all your beautiful creations. I made these and posted it. Hope I did some justice to them.

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  25. Hi, I’ve found your blog through Ping’s and this bread looks great!! I have some home made pesto I need to eat so I’ll make Ping’s version with your bread recipe =)

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  29. This recipe is not exact, i had to change some of the ingredients such as flour, yeast and water. Now the bread was type puff pastry and very soft crumb

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