Bruco brioche dough recipe of 16-11-2014 [Updated on 29-08-2018]
Hello, and what do you think of the brioche pasta caterpillar with Nutella? With the same dough as yesterday's hot dogs, Ely and I also made this cute little bruchetto, also a fantastic idea for a children's party, don't you think? The dough is neutral, so it goes well with both sweet and salty tastes, for this reason you can vary its filling each time in a different way. If you let the little ones help you there is really fun;) I leave you to today's recipe and I wish you a sweet Sunday.
How to make brioche pasta Bruco
Put the flour in a bowl, make a hole in the center and add the yeast and sugar.Pour a little water and soft butter.
Begin to knead and gradually add all the water. then add the salt
Knead again for about fifteen minutes, form a ball, put it in a bowl to rise in the oven off for 2-3 hours
Resume the dough and separate portions into balls of 30 g each. Create a ball a little larger for the head and two smaller ones for the tail
Put the balls in a row one after the other on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper creating the shape of a caterpillar
Cover with cling film and put in the oven off to rise for 1 hour then brush with a beaten egg and bake in a preheated oven at 200 ° for 20 minutes
Once cooked, let it cool completely
Then with food pens create the eyes and mouth of the caterpillar
Then cut the caterpillar in half by making a longitudinal cut
Stuffed with plenty of Nutella
Bring your bruioche pasta caterpillar with Nutella to the table