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Grill Bread

This grill bread is a real classic from the recipe list and is visually such a hit that you might even shy away from cutting into it. Tender, soft crumb surrounded by a cracking crust – this is how bread… weiterlesen

Olive Bread

Olive bread is an Italian speciality featuring a lightly floured crust and irregular pores. The smell of fresh olives permeates the entire loaf while also providing for a long shelf life. An additional whiff of olive oil and fragrant thyme… weiterlesen

Chocolate Butter Cake

After a short summer break I am finally going to kick things off again with a coffee cake that has a lot to offer in taste and looks. The recipe is made with honey instead of sugar, which gives the… weiterlesen

Roggi

The mixing ratio of the flour in this recipe is 38% rye and 62% wheat. Despite the high proportion of rye flour, the dough can be kneaded very well. In addition, the hobby baker will enjoy the shape of these… weiterlesen

Basel Bread

This is one of the best-loved breads in Switzerland and also one of very few Swiss breads that is shared across the different languages. It’s characterized by a strong, well-baked dark crust and a soft, irregular crumb. Recipe For… 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

Walnut Loaf with Ruchmehl

This walnut bread is a hearty wheat bread that takes on a unique flavor from the toasted walnuts and ruchmehl. From the high hydration(TA) this bread carries a long shelf-life and it is an enrichment for every bread basket. Walnuts… weiterlesen

Swiss Ruch Bread

Since Swiss contributions were missing from my recipe collection, the Ruch flour from Bongu comes in quite handy. I had heard of Ruchmehl, but I hadn’t baked with it. My first impressions of this flour: high water absorption, strong… weiterlesen

Pain de Bretonne

Before I start on the recipes using Ruch flour, I want to include one more buckwheat recipe on the blog. I have already noticed that dough made with buckwheat does not require intensive kneading. In this recipe, the dough is… weiterlesen

Fougasse

Fougasse is an uncomplicated bread, simple to prepare and an ideal companion to appetizers, antipasti, cheese, or fine spreads.  To get an airy crumb it is important that the dough isn’t mixed up too firm. A dough that is too… weiterlesen

Couronne Bretonne

Another experiment with the yeast water is the Couronne Bretonne. This recipe consists of three different flours: T80, T65 and buckwheat. The proportion of buckwheat flour is low at 10%, but this gives the bread a slightly earthy, tangy taste… weiterlesen

Caribbean Dream

The Caribbean dream is one of many recipes that will be shared in the upcoming Viennoiserie courses in Berlin. A real dream mix of shortcrust pastry, fine brioche dough and a flower made from croissant dough at the end. These… weiterlesen