Gotcha. Very similar to what I've done that I liked best and yes the water in the oven does help crisp the crust. It also looks very similar to a Lavash cracker recipe and some of those seasoning might be used on Lavash. BTW I haven't made Lavash yet. I want to use bread flour and I'm still waiting on it to arrive.Wooley I can’t believe that I didn’t post this here already...
Anyway here it is...This is baked with a big pan of hot watering
on the bottom of the oven...this makes the crush firm and crunchy
and the inside soft...
This bread is the best...My son asked me to prefect a baguette bread
cause they love it...I can up with this and he said it’s the best read that
he’s ever made. :biggrin2: He makes bread with his boys all the time.
You roll it into a 12x18 cut it in half ad roll up two breads..make slits
in the bread and cover and let rise (to double) for the second rise.
after it doubles gently put on an egg wash ( 1 egg mixed with 1 tea water)
with. 1” brush...sprinkle with sesame mix...
The bread recipe...
2 1/2 cups flour
1 cup water
2 1/2 teaspoons yeast
1 1/2 teaspoon salt
1 Tab sugar.
toasted sesame seeds
some poppy seeds
Some dried onion flakes
a little bit of garlic powder
and a bit of kosher salt.
bake 350* for about 25 minutes