Bread flavor

Masterclass Pumpernickel

Rye Masterclass Schelli: You criticized my grammar! Me: Never! As long as you don’t mess with my dough, I won’t mess with your grammar. This exchange should help you understand the commitment we (Didi vs. Schelli) each bring to… weiterlesen

Mixed Wheat Bread

Sometimes the simplest recipes have the greatest potential for everyday bread. The strong rye sourdough and the portion of whole wheat give the bread a light tangy taste. The softened and roasted old bread gives the loaf more flavor and… weiterlesen

Waldviertler

Just as with the other recent recipes, a foundation sourdough is used for the Waldviertler. It occurred to me with the last entry that some might have issues with kneading a stiff sourdough into the main dough. Basically, you should… weiterlesen

Primal Loaf

This primal load is a wonderfully moist mixed-flour bread with a long-lasting crust. The bread tastes pleasantly mild, stays fresh for a long time and is also easy to make. Since the rye dominates in the recipe, you shouldn’t knead… weiterlesen

Bündner Rye Bread

After the Ruchmehl Challenge, this “Bünder Rye Bread” is next on the recipe list. A classic sourdough bread, which has a high crust portion due to its special shape and thus achieves an incomparable eating experience. Recipe For a… weiterlesen

Spelt Rye Bread without Yeast

Technical baking properties of rye ingredients In comparison to wheat flour products, rye flour products have other dough and baking properties due to differences in the composition of the flour.  In comparison to wheat flour, rye flour contains:  Less absorptive… weiterlesen

Pane di farina di segale (Rye Bread)

The key to making good wholegrain bread is a flawless sourdough. Any type of sourdough is suitable for making wholegrain breads, provided it is based on wholegrains. For conventional rye breads, 34-45% of the flour is soured in order to… weiterlesen

Pane Acida

Another bread from the sourdough course at the Merano mill is the “Pane Acida”. The sourdough is made in a 2-step process and is a good compromise from a 3-step process. There is no need to refresh. The first stage… weiterlesen

Bohemian Forest Bread

Before we turn to breakfast baked goods, I want to present two more breads. The Bohemian Forest Bread is an all-rounder with full-bodied taste. This comes from using a traditional 2-stage sourdough, which is marked by pleasantly mild notes and… weiterlesen

Dried Pear Bread (Kletzenbrot)

This dried pear bread (Kletzenbrot) is a tender, dark-brown, sweetly spiced bread that can be made in rolls, loaves, or in a pan. Traditionally, dried fruits such as kletzen (dried pears) and plums and spices are added to the bread… weiterlesen

“Scooped Out” Bauernbrot

The “scooped out” production method is well liked by beginners. The simple method of shaping, the easy identification of the optimal proof and also the simple steaming require a little less skill and nevertheless you will be rewarded with a… weiterlesen

Alpenlaib

Underripe or overripe sourdoughs almost always result in bread defects. It is important to only use sourdough with an optimal maturation. The following points should only be implemented individually, because several measures at the same time can lead to a… weiterlesen