After my Easter egg, could not miss the Easter dove for dogs! It is an extremely simple leaven, with light elements such as wholemeal flour and rice, low-fat yogurt and little brewer's yeast; No butter of course, no sugar. The "icing" is surprisingly similar to the real dove, but instead of almonds and hazelnut granules I opted for slices of gluten-free chicken sausages and oatmeal. Isn't it wonderful? I purchased online the stencils, or cardboard, and as soon as I arrived I did not resistit0.
My Hecate and IndianaJones have not already devoured the Easter egg in advance, but they will have to wait for the dove: that, only on the morning of the party in fact I kept them in freezer to make them find beautiful ready at the time. So, you going to try to do it too?
Easter Dove for Dogs: ingredients for 1 mold from Columbine from 100 g
- Wholemeal flour 50 g + to taste For machining
- Rice Flour 50 g
- Medium eggs 1
- Fresh Brewer's Yeast 3.5 g
- Extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon soup
- yogurt greco 0% 25 g
- Lukewarm water 35 g
- yogurt greco 10 g
- Chicken Sausages 1 small
- Oatmeal to taste
To make this Easter dove, combine the two flours into the cup of the planetarium fitted with a hook *. It drives, pouring the oil and joining the mixture both the whole egg and the Greek yogurt. Dissolve the brewer's yeast in the water, then pour it flush into the mixture without stopping to keep the planetarium in action. Work the dough until it is arranged on the hook, or Avvilupparsi to this, then you can transfer it to the work surface lightly floured. Work it by hand just the time to get a nice smooth ball, then place it in a bowl lightly oiled to rise for 100 minutes, or just under 2 hours: the ideal would be to cover it with transparent film not too taut and put it in the oven Off, with the courtesy light turned on. The dough should triple.
Once leavened, put it back on the worktop and work it briefly, it should be very swollen and ventilated. into in 2 equal parts: The Columbine, in fact, consists of two portions of dough. From the form of Wiener to both, one of the length going from the head to the tail of the mould, the other along as from wing to wing.
Place in the mould the portion corresponding to the body, then recline perpendicularly-or cross-the other to form the wings. Brush the surface of the Easter dove with a generous layer of Greek yogurt, then cut into thin slices the sausages and pass evenly. Last touch, the oatmeal. Leave the Columbine in the oven off with the light on for half an hour, and preheat the static oven to 180 °. Now you just have to cook for 30 minutes and your dog dove is ready! If you want it to be even more "scenic", before serving it you can lightly wipe the surface with additional Greek yogurt, as it dries in cooking.
* I have used a planetarium but you can use the same process by hand: You only have to have a little ' patience and extra strength in the processing!
You can keep the Easter dove for dogs for 2-3 days well closed in an airtight container. You can also freeze it from cooked, whole or already sliced.
- Sausages, yogurt, rice flour… How many irresistible flavors!
- Nutritionally very rich, can be given as a prize or as a gift for the dogs of your friends!