CHAAT, Belgium — It takes only two minutes to make a delicious, crusty pastry, but the process can be a little confusing if you don’t know what you’re doing.
It starts with baking bread dough, but once it’s done, you can make your own pastry.
That’s because Belgium is a country that likes to do its own baking.
There are plenty of baking techniques to get you started, but there’s one technique that will make your pie crust a classic.
Step 1: Baking bread doughThe first step is to take the dough out of the refrigerator and mix it with a little water and flour.
You can then add the ingredients together and let it sit for about five minutes to get all of the dough together.
This will make the dough easy to roll out and the dough will become softer.
The dough can also be kept in the refrigerator for a few hours or stored in a sealed container for up to two weeks.
Step 2: Mixing the ingredientsStep 2.1: Adding the flourStep 2,2: Mix the flour and salt togetherStep 3: Flouring the flourThe final step is adding the flour.
The flour will be all different types of white, yellow, brown, and white.
After mixing the flour, add a little more salt to bring out the flavors.
Step 4: Mix, stir, foldStep 5: Adding butterStep 6: Adding milkStep 7: MixStep 8: Cover the dough with plastic wrap and let sit for at least four hours.
When the dough is completely covered, you should be able to roll it out with a rolling pin and place it in the fridge to rise overnight.
Step 9: Baked doughThe dough will start to rise after the dough has risen overnight.
It will start browning in the morning, so it will be ready to use the next day.
Step 10: Basting the doughStep 11: Basted doughThe baking process will continue overnight and it should be ready in the afternoon.
Baking is also a good time to add butter and milk to the dough, as it will help the dough to stick to the pan.
Step 12: Biscuit doughThe biscuit dough is an easy, one-time process.
First, put the dough in a bowl and let cool down for at most three minutes.
Once it’s cooled, add some flour and mix well.
Next, add the yeast, and mix to combine.
It should sound like this:Step 13: Dough risingThe dough should be at room temperature by now, and it will start bubbling up a bit.
Step 14: Dough shapingStep 15: Dough mixingThe dough is now ready to be shaped.
If you want to make more dough, just keep adding flour until the dough feels smooth and it’s slightly crumbly.
Step 16: Dough bakingThe dough has hardened and will look a bit tacky once it has cooled down.
The dough will then turn a golden brown.
Step 17: Bakes and coolsThe next step is baking the dough.
Dough baking is a fun process that involves mixing the dough and shaping it to the desired shape.
The process of shaping the dough takes about five to 10 minutes.
Step 18: Bakers mark the dough’s shapeStep 19: Bake the doughThe finished dough is a golden golden brown, but you can also take a peek at the dough shape after baking.
It looks almost like a doughball.