Combine ingredients in a spiral mixer and blend for 4 minutes on your mixer’s first speed and then for 6 minutes on your mixer’s second speed, or until dough is about 85 percent developed. Maintain the dough temperature at 74°F (23°C). At this point, you may place the dough in a cooler overnight, if desired.
Next, laminate the dough with three single folds keeping 1 hour in between turns and placing the dough in the cooler between folds. Please note, the roll-in butter amount for lamination will be based on the dough weight (50% for traditional Danish and 25% for German-style Danish). Do not go below 10 mm during lamination. Next, gradually sheet the dough down to 5 mm. From here, you may scale and shape the dough as desired.
Once dough as been formed into its desired shape, place into a proofer set to 80°F (27°C) with 85-90% humidity for 45 minutes.
To bake, place Danish into a rack or revolving oven set to 370°F (187°C) and bake for 12-15 minutes until Danish have a golden color. Remove from oven, let cool and garnish as desired.
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