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Vegan Miga Bread With Whole Wheat Flour Recipe

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This week, I propose you to make this homemade vegan miga bread with whole wheat flour in simple steps to prepare the best miga sandwiches you can ever imagine! An exquisite bread, easy to make, super cheap and also, without additives or preservatives! An ideal recipe for parties and birthdays, or simply to enjoy with the family!

About the miga sandwiches:

Miga bread is a type of bread characteristic of Argentina, with compact and flexible crumb. In which the crust is removed and cut into very thin slices. And the same ones are used as covers or walls in sandwiches. Depending on how many of these bread slices are used, the sandwiches are called simple or triple.

The different tapas or walls of bread are spread with different ingredients, such as butter, margarine, or a mixture of mayonnaise with milk or water to lighten it. This way, a better adherence of all the ingredients used is achieved, the sandwiches are a little more compact, making their consumption comfortable and neat.

These miga sandwiches are a classic of any Argentine coffee store that, in general, are roasted. Thus, it acquires the famous name of “Tostado” or “Carlitos”. These are usually sandwiches cut into a triangular shape of ham and cheese. There is also the version that also has tomato and lettuce known as “Primavera”.

However, miga sandwiches can be prepared with endless ingredients depending on personal taste. As well as different types of cold cuts or different kinds of meat (chicken, beef, pork) and fish. Also, those who do not eat meat can choose raw or cooked vegetables, legumes, hard-boiled eggs, salads, etc.

Let’s talk about the recipe:

For those on a vegan diet, today you will see that it is possible to obtain a whole wheat vegan miga bread in a simple way and with just a few steps to follow. The ingredients are simple and easily accessible in any store. But unlike other bread recipes, this one needs a particular mold to make homemade miga bread.

This rectangular-shaped mold with a lid is available in gastronomy stores. Which is a special mold that allows to obtain an even block bread with abundant compact crumb and interior humidity. Having this characteristic blocky appearance, the crust can be removed evenly and wastless.

It is a simple preparation, but it requires a little effort in its kneading. The flours according to their refinement have a greater or lesser amount of gluten. Therefore, for it to develop, it may need more or less work in the kneading. Having a kneading machine is a good option to save time and effort.

The dough for this homemade miga bread has two proofing moments, one when the dough is ready and another when the dough is placed in the mold and takes its shape. In the latter, it is important to degas the dough and thus avoid holes in the breadcrumbs as a consequence.

Another way to avoid holes gaps in the result is to place the dough as explained in the instructions. Also, don’t forget to prick with a knife or skewer stick. This way, if there are air bubbles in the dough, they will eliminate themselves by having an escape route.

About Cooking:

Its cooking takes a few minutes, it is advisable to be punctual to prevent it from drying out. In this manner, you can enjoy a soft, fluffy, moist and flexible crumb bread. Keep in mind that it is essential that when you finish baking, the bread is unmolded immediately to prevent it from moistening.

Vegan Miga Bread With Whole Wheat Flour Recipe

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How To Make Vegan Miga Bread With Whole Wheat Flour Recipe

Vegan Miga Bread With Whole Wheat Flour Recipe

Serves: 6 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
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INGREDIENTS

  • Whole wheat flour 700 g / 24.69 oz / 5 ¾ cups
  • Whole cane sugar 40 g / 1.06 oz / 2 tbsp
  • Salt 10 g / 0.35 oz / 2 tsp
  • Sunflower oil 50 ml / 1.69 oz / 3 ¼ tbsp
  • Water 550 ml / 18.59 oz / 2 cups 3 ¼ tbsp
  • Lemon / White vinegar 30 ml / 1 ½ tbsp
  • Instant dry yeast 10 g / 0.35 oz / 2 tsp - Fresh yeast 30 g / 1.06 oz
  • Seeds (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. In a bowl, foam the yeast by placing part of the water, the whole cane sugar and the dry yeast for 15-20 minutes. Cómo Hacer Bagels Integrales
  2. On the table, in a bowl or kneading machine, place the whole wheat flour, salt, yeast foam and sunflower oil. Gradually add the water and vinegar. Knead until you get a smooth, soft and elastic dough. Ball the dough and leave to rise for 30 minutes. Cómo Hacer Bagels Integrales
  3. Degas the dough. Roll out the dough with a rolling pin in a rectangular shape. Roll up, pressing with the fingers.
  4. Close the roll by pinching the dough with the fingers. Then squeeze and roll with the hands to smooth. Cut the roll of dough into 3 or 4 portions. Pan De Miga Integral Vegano
  5. Spread the mold with margarine (even the lid). Place each portion of dough vertically. Crush with a closed fist. Prick the dough with a toothpick or knife. Cover with plastic kitchen wrap. Let rise until it reaches half a centimeter below the edge. Remove the plastic kitchen wrap. Put the lid on. Pan De Miga Integral Vegano
  6. Cook in a preheated oven at 160-180 °C / 320-356 °F for 30-40 minutes. Remove from the oven, unmold on a rack at the moment. Once cool, store in a food-safe bag. Wait 24 hours to cut. Pan De Miga Integral VeganoPan De Miga Integral Vegano

NOTES

  • Add lemon juice or white vinegar for a lighter breadcrumb.
  • Whole wheat flour, depending on its brand, can absorb more or less amount of liquid. Be sure to incorporate gradually. Be sure to incorporate gradually.
  • It can be use margarine or any other type of cooking oil. Its flavor and texture can change accordingly.
  • Store food in a suitable bag so it does not dry out.
  • Cut the bread the next day for better results.
  • Consume preferably before 3 days.
  • Can be frozen (3 months).

Equivalences English measuring cups:

1 Cup ¾ Cup ½ Cup ⅓ Cup ¼ Cup
250 ml 190 ml 125 ml 80 ml 60 ml

Equivalences measuring spoons:

1 Tbsp ½ Tbsp 1 Tsp ½ Tsp ¼ Tsp
15 ml 7.5 ml 5 ml 2.5 ml 1.25 ml
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