Italy

Flatbread

For the pentecost weekend coming up I want to start the grill, and with it the flat bread! For this flat bread recipe, there are two pre-doughs that form the backbone for the crispy crust and the tender crumb. The… weiterlesen

Bauernbrot “tumbled”

With this loaf I tried to bring together a few ideas at once and one of those was the processing of the dough. After mixing and rising, the bread dough is simply placed in a floured bread basket and formed… weiterlesen

Spelt Brioche with Cranberries

I love Brioche, and a recipe for one using spelt is a winner in my book! With brioche I use a yeast pre-dough that brings more stability to the main dough.  Because of the ingredients like butter, milk, and egg… weiterlesen

No Knead – Spelt

For my next to last recipe about spelt, I opted for a no-knead recipe. Perhaps the special thing about this recipe was the way it proofed, because the bread matured for 12-14 hours at room temperature. The whole recipe does… weiterlesen

Spelt French Baguettes

In order to expand the range of spelt options, I still needed a recipe with spelt sourdough. When choosing my recipe, I landed on a baguette. Making baguettes from spelt flour differs from wheat baguettes in a few ways. In… weiterlesen

Spelt Ciabatta

Since I’ve received some questions about spelt recently, I would like to dedicate my next recipes to the grain. I have planned three recipes, with something for everyone, from beginners to professionals. Since I’m not really a spelt-master myself, I… weiterlesen

Schrotling

The next bread that I want to introduce you to is called the Schrotling. This is a special bread that has a few particular characteristics. About half of the rye flour in this recipe comes in the form of sourdough,… weiterlesen

Burger – Buns

Who doesn’t know the world-famous hamburger? A blog reader request, here is a recipe that is quick and easy for anyone to bake. In any case, it is worth baking more than needed because any buns that you don’t use… weiterlesen

Easter Pinzen

And just like every year, the Easter weekend is just around the corner, and that means it’s time for Easter Pinzen. The Easter Pinz derives its origin in Friuli. The recipe was brought to Graz from the neighboring county of… weiterlesen

Bienenstich

This recipe is a reader’s request! Bienenstich is a traditional yeasted cake that has an almond, sugar, honey cream toppings that caramelize when baked. After baking, the tray-bake is filled with a vanilla cream.  In order to try something new… weiterlesen

“Scooped Out” Crusty Bread

This “scooped out” bread is a specialty bread with a particular dough process. The proofing time takes place in the dough bowl. The dough proofs as a whole during the dough rest phase.  After the dough maturity, the dough is… weiterlesen

Topfen Bread

Right at the start of spring I have come up with a moist topfen bread. With this bread you can really let it all out again. The day before, the Pate Fêrmentêe, sourdough, and soaker are prepared. In retrospect, it… weiterlesen