Strawberry and Blueberry Brioche Dough Danish
When it comes to making brioche dough danish you won't find any easier to make than this no-knead brioche dough recipe. Stuffed with cream cheese and fruit these danish will make your breakfast extra special.
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Chef Dennis Littley
12 g, 1 packet
coarse sea salt or kosher salt
eggs lightly beaten
melted, 180 g
all purpose flour
large egg yolk
large egg - lightly beaten
Mix the yeast, salt, water in the bowl of your mixer, mix well
Add in eggs, honey and melted butter, and continue to mix until well blended
Add in flour and using your dough hook, incorporate all the flour, mix just enough so that all the flour is mixed in.
The dough may look loose and wetter than you think it should be, it may also look like it has lumps, that’s ok.
Transfer dough to another bowl, cover with a towel and allow to sit and rise for two hours.
Chill dough for at least 2 hours, before using. Over night is better.
Rinse and slice strawberries, rinse blueberries
In a bowl add cream cheese, sugar and egg yolk, mix until well blended.
Using floured hands divide dough into 8 small balls, 2- 3 ounces (56-84 g) in size depending upon how big you want the pastries to be.
Dust dough with more flour and shape into a ball by stretching the dough around and under in quarter turns until it is fully shaped.
Using a rolling in roll out the dough int a ⅛ (3-4 mm) inch thick rectangle, add flour as needed to keep the dough from sticking to the rolling pin or surface.*
Place cheese filling in the center third of rolled out dough, dividing equally between the 8 pastries
top the dough with the blueberries, or strawberries.
Leaving about ½ (13 mm) an inch next to the filling on both sides, begin to cut the rest of the dough into strands to make a criss cross lattice. (all the strands must remain connected)
Bring both ends of the dough up and over the filling so it covers the filling by about an inch
Begin from one side crossing over the pastry, and continue with the other side repeating this process until all the dough strands have been used.
Repeat this process with all of the danish*
Brush completely pastries with egg
Bake at 350 F (177 C) in a preheated oven for 20- 25 minutes or until golden brown in color.
*you can skip the lattice process and just make pockets out of the danish leavng the ends slightly open as in the picture of my danish.