Lallemand Baking
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Ciabatta

Crusty and special straight dough bread application based on Florapan® Aromatic yeasts and Lal^Ferm® NO1.

Ciabatta is a crusty, white bread, best eaten fresh. Ciabatta means slipper in Italian because the loaf is made in the shape of a slipper. Exceptionally light with a moist, airy interior and a crisp crust dusted with flour. Perfect as an accompaniment to soups and salads or dunked in olive oil.

Information provided is only standard guidelines. Calculations are approximate; the proposed recipes and directions might need to be adjusted to suite other ingredients brands, equipment and bakery’s conditions.

Our Technical Support Team can help you customize the dosage for your own formulation.

Ingredients

Name lbs. oz % (bakers percent) kg
Wheat Flour 550 or T55 22 100 10.0
Water 17.6 80 8.0
Salt 0.4 1.8 0.18
Lal^Ferm® NO1 0.33 1.5 0.15
Florapan® Aromatic yeast* 0.22 - 0.33 1.0 - 1.5 0.1 - 0.15
Bread improver TBD TBD TBD
Olive oil 0.44 2.0 0.2

Instructions

*Select Florapan® Aromatic Yeast(s) on desired taste & aroma profile

Preparation DOUGH :

  • Mix the dough for 10 minutes on slow speed with 80% of the water amount, and 4 minutes on second speed with the last 20% of the water
  • Desired dough temperature 81 – 86°F / 27 – 30°C
  • Add the olive oil to the dough
  • Bulk fermentation 2×40 minutes (turn and fold in between)
  • Divide in the desired weight
  • 0 – 20 minutes final proof  at 93°F / 34°C, 80% RH
  • Bake 20 – 25 min at 450°F / 230°C, with steam

 

* Local food regulations should always be consulted with respect to specific applications and necessary declarations. Legislation may vary from country to country.