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Traditional bread recipe (Gaelic and English)

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Seo agad doigh airson aran a chcaireadh

<Here's a Gaelic recipe for bread - takes about 2-3 hours total. We make this frequently, it's quite straightforward. English follows>

Aran Sgre Raoird

Cungaidh:

Aran:
dusan unnsa flr-bracha donn
coig unnsaichean flr geal lidir
spin-t de shalann
spin-t de shicar
spin-bhird de chthan ghearrte
spin-bhird de shl neinean-grine
seachd gramaichean de bheirm

Comhdachadh:
ugh
leth spin-t de shalann
d unnsa-bhrn de bhainne
sl de cheann choilich dheirg no sl sasamaidh

Ceuman:
Cuir an cungaidh gu lir le chile le tr ceud ml de bhrn bhlth. Taoisnich fad deich mionaidean e agus dan tr roinntean dheth. Fill na roinntean le chile mar fhigheachan. Measgaich an ugh, salann agus am bainne le chile agus comhdaich an taois leis. Cuir dhan an darna taobh fad leth-uair a thde gus irigh e. (Feumaidh e a bhith d uiread na m)

Nuair a tha an taois air irigh, comhdaich e leis a' bhainne agus an ugh a-rithist. Faodar sl de cheann choilich dheirg, no sl-sasamaidh a chur air cuideachd.

Cuir e dhan an mhainn, aig 230C. mar tha, fad deich mionaidean air fhichead.

<English>
Nut bread
12 Oz Malted brown flour
5 Oz strong white flour
1 tsp salt, sugar
1 tbsp olive oil (or veg oil), chopped nuts, sunflower seeds
1 pkg yeast (7g)
sesame or poppy seeds.

Brush on: 1 egg, 1/2 tsp salt, 2 Oz milk
Beat lightly and apply as directed below

Mix all ingredients together with 300ml of warm water (approx 125ml boiling and 175ml cold). Kneed for at least 10 mins. Shape and cover with "brush on". Cover with cling film and allow to rise in a warm, draft free area to double original size. Prior to cooking re-apply "brush on" and sprinkle with sesame seeds or poppy seeds. Cook for 30 mins at 230C (450F) in a preheated oven.


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