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Nutcracker

The Ungers from Unger Wines in Frasdorf called me some time ago and offered me the opportunity to lead another bread-baking event (04.02.2022 – 06.02.2022) at their wine shop. Also on board are the Tement couple with a very high-quality… weiterlesen

Mosquitoes

How could I have let this recipe slip through my fingers – I had baked these rolls some 3 years ago and by chance, I came across it again. It would be a shame to just move this recipe to… weiterlesen

BIGA Ciabatta

A crispy ciabatta with a soft crumb that stays fresh for a long time. This ciabatta doesn’t derive its taste from sourdough, as usual, rather it comes from an all too often forgotten pre-dough – the BIGA. This firm pre-dough… weiterlesen

Gourmet Sprout

I have created two different recipes for this bread: The first recipe (yeast-free) is made from a 2-step sourdough process and the second recipe is a 1-step sourdough preparation with a little yeast in the main dough. The flour used… weiterlesen

Sprouted Grain Bread – Spelt Sprout

Sprouted grains have a long tradition in the culinary field (eg. in brewing and malt production,..) and they also have a place in the bakery. Sprouted grain breads provide an additional flavor profile in bread offerings and they also offer… weiterlesen

Onion Bread

With this onion flatbread, a bewitching scent wafts through the kitchen while baking and will make anyone’s mouth water. Regardless of whether this bread is served for grilling or as a side dish to salads, the shape is an eye-catcher… weiterlesen

Ciabatta Grande

Whenever I create recipes for the blog I am a bit ambivalent and ask myself the question – with or without yeast? Sourdough extremists will always shake their heads and not use any yeast. Of course, you could bake any… weiterlesen

Pumpkin Rolls

I baked this recipe for the magazine “BROTpro” and after a short break I am publishing it here in the blog. The pumpkin cheese rolls are made from a soft, mixed wheat dough. I created two different dough possibilities for… weiterlesen

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

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