These spooky breadstick bones are perfect for your wood fired Halloween party! You can use the residual heat in your wood fired oven after a pizza party to cook these fun breadsticks.
- 600g strong white bread flour
- 1tbsp soft butter
- 15g salt
- 25g yeast
- 150ml hot water
- 150ml milk
If you’re using the residual heat in your wood fired oven, you’ll need to wait until the temperature is around 220°C.
Next, place your flour, salt and butter into a large bowl and combine. In a separate bowl, add your hot water with your yeast.
Stir the liquid into your flour mix and knead for 8 minutes, then leave to prove for around half an hour.
Knock the dough back, and separate into 8 even sized bits. Roll into sausage shapes- trying to keep the two ends a bit bigger to shape the bones!
Once rolled out, lightly snip either end with scissors-this will make the knuckle shape on the bones- and allow to prove for a further 10 minutes.
Place in your wood fired oven and bake for around 10 minutes, turning halfway through.
Your breadstick bones should be golden and have a crispy crust when you take them out of the oven. Serve with a tomato chutney for a ‘blood’ effect.
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