A savory bread, bacon with cheese and corn, is it a great match? Blessed to eat salty bread!
According to the bread practice, the dough is kneaded to the gluten and then the butter is added to remove the glove film. (This will take another while in the picture)
Place the dough in a bowl and cover with plastic wrap for room temperature fermentation. If the room temperature is too low, put a bowl of hot water under the basin, so that it can be fermented smoothly. Fermentation takes about one hour, and the dough is as large as 2-2·5 times.
Remove the dough and remove the gas inside, then wake up for 15 minutes at room temperature. Then grow into strips, tie a knot, and the remaining dough strips are wound up in turn to form a flower. Put it into the oven for secondary fermentation for about half an hour. Remember to put a bowl of water in the oven during the fermentation to prevent the dough from losing too hard.
The bacon is cut into small pieces using the time of dough fermentation. Take out the fermented dough and apply a layer of egg liquid to the surface. Then spread the bacon slices in the middle, press them by hand, brush a layer of ketchup, spread a few grains of corn, and finally cover some mozzarella cheese strips.
After preheating the oven for 180 minutes, put the bread in the oven, bake it up and down at 180 degrees for 13 minutes, and evenly paint the surface.