Austria

Sweet Burek

Since there is already a burek recipe on the blog, the sweet version should also be covered as well. Actually, the sweet version can be compared with our apple strudel, but I think the idea to roll it into a… weiterlesen

Burek

I first discovered burek on a holiday in Croatia. I was standing in astonishment and gawking in the back courtyard of a small bakery in order to watch burek being made. I was already aware that the dough had to… weiterlesen

Spent Grain Wholemeal Bread

Spent beer grains can also be combined with wholegrain bread! Since I don’t live very near to a source of fresh spent grains, I dried some the last time I got them. Dried and saved in airtight packaging, spent grains… weiterlesen

Wholegrain Baguette

The question arises again and again: age the flour- yes or no? From my side a resounding YES – these doughs can take on more water, develop into better dough, have more stability,… thus only advantages come from giving milled… weiterlesen

Bosna Rolls

“Reader request” To interrupt the whole grain series there is now a long-awaited recipe – the Bosna Roll . Though it is been supplanted by the BigMac, Döner, and kebab, it still has many fans. For those that don’t… weiterlesen

Schwarze Muckel

The schwarze Muckel was once a bread that surprised me from the “wholegrain bread” series! The recipe and dough production were spot on (almost) and everything went (not quite) according to plan. Adjust the baking time three different times and… weiterlesen

Wholegrain Toast

In the whole grain aisle, the toast should not be missing, but not just one to carry a spread! The first attempts to make a toast bread out of pure wholegrains were not exactly great. The treat came with a… weiterlesen

Berliner Wholegrain Bread

For a long time I believed that a weak dough would be sufficient to aid in a long shelf life, but I was wrong on this point. Soakers and Scalds are an absolute must in preparation of wholemeal and wholegrain… weiterlesen

North Frisian Bread

Whole grain and whole meal breads belong among the highest art of baking and it is precisely these types of bread that will be featured on the blog in the coming weeks and months. Whole grain and meal will be… weiterlesen

Sunflower Bread

Today it is one of the favorite’s from my baking courses- the “sunflower bread”. A moist, open, and seedy bread which will stay fresh for many days. All of the rye flour in the recipe is fermented. To get a… weiterlesen

Power Grain

The recipe I present today is ideal as a base for various finger foods. Whether meat, cheese or vegetables – this hearty and tender bread will be loved by many! Thanks to its distinctive, aromatic and stable crumb, the bread… weiterlesen

Spent Grain Bread

I have actually found some old un-posted recipes for the blog and it would be a shame not to share them.  One of which that I have baked for a long time is spent grain bread. Made with spent beer… weiterlesen