Croissants without an oven. #bakingcontest. Croissants can also be reheated right away in the oven without being thawed first, but you'll have to add onto the normal reheating time. Bake for about seven minutes and then check them, continuing to add time until the croissant is heated. The smell of warm, buttery, freshly-baked croissants is synonymous with walking the streets of Paris.
Sprinkle with pepper if you like pepper. Why is your version a three day recipe? The three day croissant recipe schedule is done for the right planning of the whole process so you can make your croissants on the third day in the morning, but of course you can take less time if this fits your timing better. You can cook Croissants without an oven. #bakingcontest using 8 ingredients and 18 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Croissants without an oven. #bakingcontest
- It’s 1 cup of warm milk.
- It’s 1/4 cup of sugar.
- It’s 3 tsp of yeast.
- You need 21/2 cup of flour.
- You need 1 tsp of salt.
- Prepare 2 tsp of oil.
- It’s 2 tbs of milk powder-optional.
- It’s 2 tsp of blue band/butter.
Take a look at our one day version of this recipe too. I am a first time croissant baker. Remove from the oven and transfer the croissants to wire racks to cool. Brush the croissants with egg wash a second time.
Croissants without an oven. #bakingcontest step by step
- Pour half the milk in a bowl, add yeast and sugar then cover and leave the mixture for 10mins.
- Add flour and the rest of the ingredients except blue band. Butter is the best to use by the way, but i used what's available.
- Kneed well till the dough is not sticky, this takes like 5-10 mins. Cover and leave it to rest for 1hour in a greased bowl. After 1 hour the dough should be double in size.
- Sprinkle some flour in your work area, take the dough and make a cylindrical shape then cut into pieces as shown.
- With each piece make a ball, i made 8 balls.
- Roll each ball one by one and spread blue band.
- Repeat the process, putting each one on top of the other. Do not put blue band on the last one. Be generous with the blue band.
- Cover with a cling film and put in the freezer for 30mins.
- Roll it out again to form an even shape, this should look like one big chapati.
- First cut into quarters, then 3 in each quater making them 12 in total. Shape should be triangular.
- Take one piece and make a small cut at the middle of the triangle, should be just a small cut.
- Shape it like shown. Roll it from the cut end making sure the end is tacked well.
- I put jam in three pieces. You can use chocolate or any filling of your choice.
- Repeat process for all the triangles, then arrange in your baking tin and let rise for another 30mins.
- Prepare your "oven", put it on the cooker and heat it for about 5mins covered.
- Brush your croissants with the egg wash and put them in the oven.
- Cover with another sufuria and bake for 20-25mins in low to medium heat.
- Final product… ENJOY.
Put the sheets in the oven. If done properly, you should have a perfectly reheated croissant that is soft on the inside and has a nice flaky exterior. Brush the croissants with an egg wash and bake in preheated oven until the croissants are done. You haven't really made friends with a croissant until you've met one coming out of the oven. Oh, so light, crisp on the outside, tender inside, and fragrant with ever-so-slightly toasted butter.