Wheat Poolish

Pane Gusto

After a short summer break, it is time to bake again and the “Pane Gusto” begins. This bread came about by chance, because the recipe consists exclusively of pre-doughs that come from daily production in the bakery. The proportion of… weiterlesen

Garlic Rosemary Focaccia

The recipe for Focaccia should be considered a baseline. Only stick to the amounts of predough and sourdough in the recipe! It’s up to each person to pick which flour they want to use, since the water content in the… weiterlesen

Grill Baguette

With its floury crust, the Grill Baguette is a typical mediterranean bread that fits every occasion! The wheat sourdough lends the bread a light sour note and the addition of the poolish gives rise to a rounded flavor.  This recipe… weiterlesen

Pane con Olive

Spelt has been the main focus for the past few weeks, but now it’s time to start the grilling season. It starts with a wonderfully light, airy and at the same time aromatic “pane con olive”. The effort may seem… weiterlesen

Sandwich Loaf

The sandwich rolls are a true classic among white breads. The dough can be kneaded quickly and without any problems and only needs a little time to proof and bake after it has been worked up. The result is impressive… weiterlesen

Freestyle

To reestablish a little order in my flour cupboard, I’ve thrown the remains of different types of flour into one recipe! A poolish made from durum wheat and wheat flour type 700 is used for aroma. To further support the… weiterlesen

Wine Flatbreads

There are wine flatbreads or crispbread on every supermarket shelf and there are no limits to the flavors. How much and which spices you use is up to you, but as always, the following rule applies: less is more! Before… weiterlesen

Spitzbuam

When it was first created in 1984, the Kornspitz conquered bread baskets and breakfast tables. A crunchy roll, not too big, but outstanding in its freshness and taste – that would be number ONE on the wish list for many… weiterlesen

Bündner Rye Bread

After the Ruchmehl Challenge, this “Bünder Rye Bread” is next on the recipe list. A classic sourdough bread, which has a high crust portion due to its special shape and thus achieves an incomparable eating experience. Recipe For a… weiterlesen

Bread Twists

Bread twists are a classic that should not be left out of the wheat sourdough category. The simple preparation and the uncomplicated work-up can give beginners a true sense of accomplishment. The one thing that can perhaps present a problem… weiterlesen

Poppy Seed “Flesserl”

A “Flesserl“ is a typical Upper Austrian braided roll. After shaping it is coated with poppy seeds and coarse salt. Though the Viennese also make Flesserl, they are often only coated with poppy seeds and are much more commonly called… weiterlesen

Breakfast Crescent (Kipferl)

The crescent (“Kipferl”) is a classic breakfast baked good in Austria. It’s available in practically limitless variety, ranging from sweet dough to brioche dough all the way to croissant, as well as in both sweet and savory options.  The word… weiterlesen