Easiest Way to Make Perfect Sourdough Bread

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Sourdough Bread This bread tastes almost exactly like the bread we buy back home in Bavaria, Germany. Autolyse: In a large mixing bowl, stir together flours and water with your hands until well combined. For this sourdough bread recipe I used a homemade no-yeast sourdough starter and followed Chef John's Sourdough Bread recipe. You can cook Sourdough Bread using 16 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Sourdough Bread

  1. Prepare of Making the loaves.
  2. It's 200-300 g of sourdough culture.
  3. Prepare 800 g of plain bakers flour.
  4. Prepare 200 g of wholemeal flour.
  5. Prepare 700 g of warm water.
  6. Prepare 20 g of cooking salt.
  7. You need of Feeding the culture.
  8. It's 60 mls of warm water.
  9. It's 60 g of plain flour.
  10. You need 60 g of wholemeal flour.
  11. You need of Water.
  12. It's of Appliances.
  13. You need bowl of Large.
  14. You need bowl of Baking basket or.
  15. You need of Tea towels.
  16. Prepare of Cast iron pot/Sourdough pit.

A sourdough starter is a simple combination of flour and water, miraculously (well, with a bit of chemistry) turned into a live culture with naturally occurring yeasts and bacteria (the good kind) present in your kitchen. Sourdough Bread This no-knead bread is no fuss to make and delicious, too, which I first learned when I was the cook at a remote fishing camp. It has a crisp crust and distinctive sourdough flavor from the "starter" yeast mixture you stir up in advance. Spray the loaves with lukewarm water and dust generously with flour.

Sourdough Bread instructions

  1. Pore 90% of your culture into a large mixing bowl and add 700g of warm water and stir. Add both flours and stir. Leave on the bench for 10 minutes, add salt and 60~80mls of water and mix with your hands (the mixture will be sticky) leave the mixture on the bench and every 30 minutes turn the mixture over. The temperature of the room will determine how long this takes but its usually 4 hours (turning every half an hour) the finished dough will be soft and stretchy..
  2. Note=the remaining 10% of your culture should be fed with 60g of plain flour, 60g of wholemeal and warm water until it's a porridge consistency so you can continue to use it to make more sourdough loves.
  3. Dust the bench with flour, place the finished dough onto the flour and cut it in half. Stretch one loaf by pulling north and south and placing back and then pulling east to west and placing back. Then shape your dough to a tight loaf shape. Leave for 10 minutes (if you would like to have an olive or fruit loaf simply add during the shaping process).
  4. Place loaves into your dusted baskets or bowls with tea towels and flour and put in the fridge overnight.
  5. Heat your oven and cast iron pot at 265 degrees for 20 minutes.
  6. Place your dough in the cast iron pot, score the top of the loaf with a sharp knife and put the lid on and bake for 25 minutes at 235 degrees.
  7. Remove from the oven with care and take the lid off and place bake for another 15 minutes.
  8. Enjoy! If done correctly you sour dough should be delicious, have a glossy texture and have many air pockets (for a cleaner cut I advise to let your loaf cool beforehand).

Make two fairly deep diagonal slashes in each; a serrated bread knife, wielded firmly, works well here. Remove it from the oven, and cool on a rack. Do not store it in the refrigerator. Instead, keep it covered with a towel or in a zipped plastic bag someplace that is relatively cool. A bread box also works well.

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