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This recipe for pan de muerto is a typical sweet of Mexico which is usually made the first days of November to celebrate the day of the dead or All Saints' Day.
The bread of the dead, along with the bones of the saint or buñuelos de viento are some of the most typical sweets that are eaten on All Saints' Day. Don't let tradition get lost and learn to cook this dessert with your children. our site offers us the recipe, step by step.
- 500 gr of wheat flour
- 30 gr yeast
- 225 g of butter or margarine
- 4 eggs
- 75 ml milk
- 150 gr of sugar
- Zest of 1 lemon
- 1 teaspoon of orange blossom essence
- 1 teaspoon of butter to decorate
- 50 g of sugar to decorate
1. Put the flour, the sugar, the 3 eggs and the grated lemon zest in a bowl and stir well.
2. On the other hand, mix the milk and yeast and add them to the bowl. Add the orange blossom water and the butter or margarine and stir. Now you can transfer the dough to a flat surface and knead with your hands. Work it well so that it hardens.
3. When it is compact, leave it in a bowl, cover it with a cloth and let it rest for an hour.
4. Knead again and make two balls, one larger than the other. Put the large one on a baking tray previously greased in butter.
5. Divide the small ball into pieces and knead them into a bone shape. Place them on the large ball and let it rest for half an hour.
6. Brush it with the beaten egg yolk and bake for 20 or 25 minutes at 180º.
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