It is not necessarily easy or fun at the moment to go to a bakery to get fresh bread, so I thought I might offer you another recipe for a homemade bread. If you follow my blog you probably noticed that I prefer making breads with a long resting time, because the longer you allow […]
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It’s not a boule, it’s not a baguette. It’s a bastard.
It is quite amazing how the French create a variety of breads with only flour, yeast, water and their famous art of folding and shaping – called „le faconnage“ – which gives each bread its unique texture and taste. My basic recipe for a traditional French bread is very easy to make. If you want […]
Bursting with whole grain and seeds, this bread requires minimum effort. You don’t need to knead and proof the dough or even preheat the oven. Simply combine all ingredients and place your loaf in a cold oven. Set up the temperature and bake for an hour.
It takes time and patience, but your reward will be a crusty loaf with a chewy yet tender crumb and a clean, wheaty flavor.
A big portion of healthy oats gives this bread a beautiful mild flavor and a lot of substance; one slice will keep you full for a while. I like it best with butter, salami, and camembert cheese on top.
A perfect balance between hearty yet light texture and a full-blown wheat flavor, with a hint of honey. My favorite when it comes to whole – wheat sandwich breads.
If you tried and liked my buttermilk bread you will also enjoy this amazing loaf; a plain wheat bread, refined with yogurt for extra flavor and freshness. Use only plain yogurt, best if whole milk. Greek yogurt is not suitable for this recipe.
Simple wheat bread refined with buttermilk, which keeps the bread longer fresh and benefits the flavor. Its delicate-sour note makes the small but subtle difference.
Richer than a simple wheat bread but not as sweet as a brioche. I reserve this bread for weekend breakfasts with the family. Butter, strawberry jam or Nutella are my favorite spreads on the Sunday Bread.