Wheat

Ruch Bread with Seed Mixture

The deeply browned and cracked crust of this bread creation fills the kitchen with only the rich aroma that can arise from baking bread. The aroma lingers for hours after baking.  The whole, un-sliced loaf feels light and airy in… weiterlesen

Pain Maison

For baking newbies, the Pain Maison is a quick and easy everyday bread. With just a little bit of handwork, you get a bread that effortlessly fits into any daily schedule.  After the dough is made, it rises through a… 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

Epi Baguette

With little effort and a bit of skill, you’ll be pulling this baguette variation out of the oven in no time! The recipe calls for flour, water, salt and yeast to be mixed into a smooth dough. This then rises… weiterlesen

Dark Soul

First of all I have to apologize to all readers, because the contributions in the last few weeks and months have been pretty rare. The reason for this was the construction of a new apartment and this has demanded a… weiterlesen

Wurzel-Sepp

With these summer temperatures nobody really wants to be in the kitchen and so the recipe fits perfectly for this time. Biga is used as a pre-dough and it can mature either for 12 hours at room temperature or for… weiterlesen

French Levain

A “French Levain” is made from an active, multistep sourdough. It differs from the multistep rye sourdough in its hydration level (TA) and its maturation time.  With a multistep wheat sourdough, I want to keep the acidity as low as… weiterlesen

Turtle Bread

What else are you supposed to name a bread that looks like a turtle? If you didn’t know it, you might think the form is achieved through scoring or cuts. You’d be wrong, because here a small piece of dough… weiterlesen

50% Kamut

For a few months now, various ancient grain flours have been in storage that are just waiting to find a place in some baking experiments. Usually the recipe is adapted to the type of flour, but how different are kamut,… weiterlesen

Late Riser

The new blog will go online soon and the recipes will be divided into different categories, levels of difficulty, … It struck me that recipes for beginners are hard to find on my blog (let alone, if available at all). weiterlesen

Gassenhauer (“Street Song”)

You can more easily steer aroma and activity level in breads made from two different sourdoughs. As in the last recipes, the foundation sour is used here solely for aromatic purposes! The foundation sour makes up around 10%, but if… weiterlesen