On a lightly floured. To make a well-rounded flavorful loaf youll want to use the punch down to keep those yeast cells happy and creating those small flavor molecules.
After the dough has risen in the mixing bowl it has to be punched down.
Punch down dough. Punch down dough and let stand for 10 to 15 minutes. Punch down dough and turn it out onto a well-floured work surface. Roll out into a large rectangle 14×10 inch and about 12 inch thick.
Until an instant-read thermometer registers 120F 49C to 130F 54C. ZONE OF THE DAY. It also redistributes the yeast cells sugar and moisture so.
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Punching down the dough is done after the first rise or bulk fermentation and it is a simple but important step. Add warm butter mixture to flour mixture and beat at medium. Punching down the dough releases any gas bubbles that have formed during rising and also redistributes the yeast sugar and moisture within the dough.
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Punching down removes some of the gas bubbles formed by the yeast during rising and produces a finer grain. Its a familiar phrase that doesnt mean what you think it means. Flatten log slightly and scatter remaining apples on top.
Punching Down Shaping. Yeast is a delicate and living thing and thats why much of bread making is concerned with nurturing the yeast. Though the name suggests that you might use a full-forced blow you actually want to be quite gentle with your punch.
Let dough rise covered with plastic wrap in a warm place 1 hour or until doubled in bulk and punch down. Despite the harsh sounding name of this step you must be gentle to your dough. You take the dough out of the bowl squash it gently with your fingers and let it rest for a few minutes after separating it into the size.
Then knead the dough a few times and reform the dough into a ball.