I found the Organic Light Malthouse Flour (301) to be quite tricky to handle. Here are some tips on what I did to tame the dough... Ultimate recipe? Definitely not.
easy, no knead delicious rye bread
No-knead 24h pizza dough recipe. Serves 2.
Aromatic rye and wheat based rolls.
Crusty 2 day ferment white sourdough loaf
Super simple, tangy, crispy sourdough waffles
This recipe will let you create a super-strong, extensible pizza dough giving you beautiful crusts, using Shipton 00 flour without slogging away for hours kneading.
A hit of sour cherry, a punch of chocolate and a delicate roll of aniseed across the tongue. Wonderful.
A very simple organic sourdough that you can add seeds to if you want to add interest
An adaptable sourdough that works for small and large bakes. Can be easily scaled up or down and adapted for any size of loaf. Timings can be changed to fit in with your life.
Honey and raisin, a delicious fruit bread perfect with Godminster cheese
A lovely light white sourdough boule with added whole meal for a slight nutty taste made with a Rye starter.
The way to start to make sourdough when you’re starting out and you don’t really know what to do!
A simple sourdough that I've developed since starting the sourdough journey in March when lockdown started - I'm hooked now & wanted to share this recipe back in return for all the help I've found on this site & also for the wonderful flours Shipton Mill provide
Having tried lots of different flour mixes for sourdough, here's my current favourite
A sweet sourdough recipe inspired by Welsh Cakes. Amazing toasted and buttered
Baking sourdough bread is what I do to brighten up my day. Having said that, it has also given me numerous headaches in the past. I’ve eaten (and thrown away) many very bad sourdough loaves in that time to finally come to a stage that I prefer my amateur and handmade bread than any other one from the bakery. Please read the whole recipe before to understand the method. Please visit my blog, where I share other recipes: clemandkaro.com
A hand-made artisan loaf with wholemeal rye and wholemeal spelt.
Not having the time or the patience to make sourdough the traditional way, I use this method to bake delicious loaves for us and our sons family.
A slow fermented loaf that uses a combination of flours and a little bit of oil to produce an every day loaf of bread that is hearty, tasty and versatile. It keeps well and makes the best toast you have ever eaten!
Simple sourdough recipe which doesn’t need kneading and ready for lunchtime
Rye and white sourdough - this makes a decent sized loaf.
Like pizza in a roll! Delicious whilst warm and great for a picnic.
An off white sourdough which makes great sandwiches and toasts well a day later.
This is a sweet take on a sourdough loaf. It makes amazing breakfast toast!
My first attempt at this recipe used just Light Malthouse flour, which made delicious bread, but with such a strong flavour that it overpowered everything it accompanied. I've added in wholemeal flour to make it a bit mellower and a little rice flour to help give a drier crumb. If you don't have rice flour, just use wholemeal flour instead. I've been making this for a few weeks now and this is my current favourite: a soft, open crumb and a big flavour, but not overpowering. It works well either toasted with jam or for savoury sandwiches. The airing cupboard gives the doughs a narrow temperature range, draught free: I prefer this to the kitchen worktop.
Light yet hearty pita pockets - A huge hit with kids!
Baked in a Pyrex casserole, this is a simple recipe with minimum ingredients which produces a slightly dense bread, but with a satisfyingly rich and unique flavour and a subtle crunch. Best enjoyed fresh.
This is my version of Fig and Pumpkin seed Sourdough bread. I thought it may be nice to try something with a bit of a twist and see what happened. I'm fairly new to sourdough baking, but I'm hooked and like to try different things. I hope you enjoy my recipe
Delicious combination of caraway and chilli flavours lift this reliable, plain sourdough recipe to a new taste sensation.
This recipe is taken from a Couronne Bordelaise recipe, and simplified for ease of use. Makes a delicious white sourdough loaf, or can even be used for tasty rolls.
A classic sourdough recipe using 30% wholemeal flour for maximum flavour and open crumb
Lovely texture and flavour from this ancient flour
This is a rich soft cheesy loaf, will keep for at least 4 days- if the grand children aren’t around but if they’re there do t count on having any left
Deliciously easy and lots of variations on flavours
A gorgeous Spelt Sourdough recipe that will give you a nutty, crusty and fluffy sourdough with very little stress, easily fitting into a relaxing day spent around the house.
These baguettes are delicious on the day they are baked, a good crispy crust and moist crumb inside, great for sandwiches. I use a brown rice flour based sourdough starter which I keep in the fridge and refresh twice a week. There are plenty of websites which describe how to make this type of starter. This recipe also includes a little teff flour for extra flavour, but if this isn't available then increase the quantities of the other flours accordingly.
An easy sourdough recipe.
I have made a loaf most days for 3 months now, and I am somewhat lazy. Here's what has worked
Sourdough loaf using Fig, Spelt, Pumpkin Seeds flour
From Baker-Street web
This recipe produces a sesame sourdough with an airy crumb and a good crust. The loaf has a subtle sour tang and a big sesame flavour and is very moreish! This sourdough uses the airing cupboard for a speedy fermentation, the warmer temperature decreases fermentation time and increases the production of acid. The dough is proved in the fridge overnight to give it a better oven spring next morning. The schedule assumes a Final Dough Temperature of 26-27C, I adjust my water temperature to get the dough in this range to match the ambient temperature of my airing cupboard (which fluctuates between 25-28C). The dough works fine outside these temperatures, but the timings might lengthen.
A sourdough bread with Middle Eastern flavours. Tahini and molasses add a lovely depth to the taste of this bread.
A 20% Wholemeal sourdough Boule which should taste creamy and moreish and makes the best toast ever!
This recipe is the perfect balance between flavourful and manageable.
This is an overnight ferment studded with walnut, at 75% hydration so easy enough to handle but still wet enough for moist, open crumb. You must have a ripe, happy starter that at least doubles reliably. Your workspace need to not stray too far from 26.5c, otherwise you'll need to make adjustments to the fermentation time. Everything is done by hand, no kneading required!
When I Inter-railed around the Peloponnese in the summer of '82 we lived off maize bread like this, eating it with big ripe tomatoes. It kept great in the top of my trusty Karrimor rucksack.
A light & airy bread with a nice chewey crust, made from Shipton Mills incredible Number 4 flour & 'Tina' my Sourdough starter which feeds off the natural yeasts from the Chilterns air in Princes Risborough Buckinghamshire. Great as it is naked or dipped into Chiltern Press Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Rapeseed oil or any which way you like. I normally would use a banneton for this but I thought I'd try shipton's wooden baskets & liners & it didn't disappoint. I based this recipe round the Shipton Mill sourdough recipe.
Authentic tasting pizza that's well worth the wait.. Make the dough at least 24 hours you plan to cook.. The longer you leave it the better the flavour..
Tastes fantastic and so easy even I can make it!
Artisan sourdough recipe
A simple sourdough bread, made in a loaf tin, with delicious malted flour, works perfect every time, and I'm no expert !
Dark chocolate loaf, no added sweetness #canadianwhite #00
Inspired by my time in isolation, I started a sourdough culture called Corona Carl! This is the recipe I use with his leavening power, hope someone finds it delicious :)
Delicious flatbreads using up sourdough starter. Perfect accompaniment for a BBQ!
Easy shape sourdough, if you make a mix too wet to mold into a boule.
Sourdough with a Rye starter, 50% malthouse flour and added sunflower seeds.
This sourdough formula uses old bread from the previous [rye loaf], which is dried/browned in a [low-heat] oven. Then it is ground into course flour to use along with cracked rye in the second feeding of the starter, which is more like a soaker at this point.
Recipe for some delicious sourdough crumpets to save you from throwing away your starter when refreshing it.
Chocolatey, dense but not too sweet... these are brownies for grown-ups.
Fool proof sourdough which is the basis for any loaf to then experiment with flavours
I have been to Madeira several times and fell in love with this delicious bread. Bolo do caco is a traditional bread only produced on the islands of Madeira and is made of sweet potato, preferable the type they grow in Madeira. However you can take the normal sweet potato found in the supermarket. 'Bolo' means bread and 'caco' refers to the slab of stone that the bread is baked on. These breads are not baked in an oven but in a frying pan. They are typically served with butter and garlic.
Nutritious and yummy seeded sourdough
A delicious and light wholemeal bread that keeps well. It's made using yeast and overnight proofing. It goes well with a variety of toppings or just butter. It's flavour develops for a couple of days after baking.
Tried and tested after following the many different options online - this works really well for me as a way to maximise taste and texture and minimise mess at home.
Perfect Sourdough Loaf from Shipton Mill's Head Baker, Chris Holister
Slightly sweetened softer sourdough bread. It is delicious at any time of day just with butter. Add jam and it is almost a brioche. Slices beautifully for sandwiches. If any is left it makes a wonderful bread & butter pudding.
As many people have during this lockdown, we began to make sourdough bread but, as any sourdough baker will know, there is a lot of spare starter. We have been trying to find a delicious cracker recipe for ages and it turns out that all we needed was some sourdough starter. It's a great recipe to have to hand and easy to remember too!
I've just started baking sourdough. I cast around for information and stumbled upon Jack Sturgess who has a pretty good web site and specifically a start to finish page and video for sourdough. This is based on Jack's beginners method and is producing pretty good results that I'm really pleased with. Next steps I'll start experimenting with maybe different flours in my starter and dough. Enjoy.
A blend of white and wholemeal sourdough with five types of toasted seeds.
This is an over night proved loaf that is full of flavour, soft and chewy on the inside with a crunchy crust. Perfect for sandwiches or having with soup.
A softer, lightly sweetened take on sourdough for sandwiches and toast
much less hassle, fewer instructions, but great sourdough...
Savoury bread at it's finest, the cheese gives it an indulgent flavour while the pepper offers relief and a touch of spice. Great as bread, great as toast just bake one.
Benefits of overnight fermentation but with soda bread flavour, very tasty and very quick to bake once ferment is done.
This is a basic recipe using a mixture of Shipton Mill flours
Sometime the art bread is not a best eatable bread just good looking. I am proud of my breads, they are lovely looking and have a fantastic taste.
Easy white, rye and spelt flour sourdough bread
Delicious white flour and dark rye sourdough
I have added poppy seeds, but you could add what ever you like. Sultanas, dried cranberries, cheese!?
Kate is our sailing boat. This tasty, filling bread is our staple on voyages to the Outer Hebrides and beyond. It's also our favourite at home.
A pure white wheat loaf made with white wheat sourdough. Very simple recipe although it will need more time for the sourdough starter and the dough to grow compared to rye.
Delicious white sourdough
Simple, delicious, full of flavour wholemeal sourdough bread.
Excellent results every time, folded method of making a sourdough loaf. Delicious, light and not too sour.
A mixture of Shipton Mill seeds, rye and sourdough starter ideal with cheese or bacon!
The look and taste is tantalising - Sandwich bread with Sourdough Dough - Your sandwich will taste lovely
A slightly relaxed approach to a sourdough, but works for us...
I have been making sourdough bread with pure spelt and pure rye for years, but I've discovered you can make an unexpectedly tasty sourdough bread with Shipton Mill's gluten-free bread flour.
Made with a sourdough starter, mixed seeds, 3/4 white and 1/4 rye
Great for using up sourdough starter discard
White sourdough boule
A delicious mix of 25% Shiptons Wholemeal Strong Flour and 75% Seeded White. This is an ideal recipe to learn the basics of making sourdough bread. But remember it really all is dependent upon a starter that is just ready for making the loaf. This is the most important thing. It will be ready between 4-10hrs after feeding it. It will have doubled in size, and will have bubbles of different sizes. If in doubt do the float test. Carefully put a teaspoon of starter on the surface of a glass of water. If ready it will float. My starter dough is a wholemeal starter from the Handmade Bakery in Slaithwaite, West Yorkshire. They are very kind and happy to share.
Khorasan Flour and Spelt make the best combination. You absolutely need to try it.
A quirky twist on the traditional sourdough. The dough is proofed & baked in a tin pot which gives it a very unique look. I have a micro bakery and bake 70% of my produce using these pots.
Very nutritious, moist and tasty bread; wholemeal spelt's slightly harsh flavour delightfully offset by the use of dates
A delicious and rich, banana bread. Great for breakfast, snack, or dessert.
Specialty bread from France, that can be found in any bakery there.
Cherries, Berries & Carob Sourdough
These rolls have the softness of traditional soft batch rolls with the tangy flavour of sourdough. Perfect for lunch and also make a great alternative to a brioche burger bun!
A delicious sourdough that tastes great (like real bread!) and smells amazing. Lactose and egg free too!
A mix of organic white, wholemeal and fig/spelt and pumpkinseed, produces a moist light, long lasting country bread and fabulous toast.
This is a very simple white sourdough using my wholemeal rye starter, a good all round basic loaf, requires no kneading and is beginner friendly even at just over 70% hydration
Sunday morning treat of freshly baked country sourdough loaf inspired by Tartine using Shipton Mill and a starter that originated in San Fransisco and got to us via Coomeshead farm bread making workshop ... we haven’t brought bread for over 5 years ...
10% Wholemeal 90% White Sourdough Boule
I love the taste of this ancient grain, Einkorn is so good for you too!
Like chocolate cake but not. Delicious on it's own with butter or toasted...
A light crispy loaf filled with aromatic chocolate smells with a slight bitter taste
Organic sourdough recipe with rosemary and potato to give a chewier texture
Simple white sour dough loaf
Whilst making wholemeal loaves I have been experimenting with adding a couple of ladles of wheat sourdough starter to the mix, along with the usual dried active yeast. The sourdough starter enhances the flavour and helps things to rise a bit more. Adding the sourdough starter adds a bit of extra water to the recipe and so this version has added 100 grams of Dark Rye Flour to absorb that extra water and to add to the flavour. The addition of 100 grams of seeded white flour also helps lighten the texture. The following recipe aims to produce two moist and tasty loaves.
First attempt at Sourdough made using a mix of Khorassan and Canadian White bread flour.
Delicious, the most basic and proper sourdough bread recipe!
Millet seed isn’t just for the birds, it also makes a delicious addition to sourdough wholemeal bread. My grandchildren love this bread as it breaks easily into pieces that they can snack on while waiting for dinner! It goes well with cheese and olives, and the millet seeds add a bit of a crunch to the texture. Sourdough starter is so good for flavour and the slow fermentation helps to break down gluten, so it’s great for those with gluten sensitivity. I love to use the more traditional varieties of wheat flour to make this bread as the nutritional value is enhanced as well as great flavour. Sometimes I substitute about 20% of the wheat flour with spelt or rye. It’s a bit more crumbly but my family love it with cheese. I use the sour dough starter in my bread maker, and check on the consistency as the dough is mixing. I always add some dried yeast as it gives a better rise in the bread maker, but if making by hand then I just use the sour dough starter for the rise.
An unusual bread full of flavour. This bread makes delicious cheese on toast
Light crust with soft texture ..very Moorish..
A beautiful, light textured, deeply flavoured rye bread, scented with molasses, coriander and malt extract. Borodinsky is made with a traditional rye sourdough starter, giving it that distinctive tangy flavour.
Making a loaf of Sourdough with added Corn Flour
With Caraway Seeds. Our weekly loaf - delicious! Hard crust, with caramel taste and soft inside.
A delicious bacon sourdough with a crispy crust and moist interior. Recipe Adapted from Ken Forkish’s Flour Water Salt Yeast.
Sourdough flavoured with Nigella and sunflower seeds
My goodness this is tasty!
Large white and spelt sourdough feeds the family for about... half a day
Delicious,full of flavor and healthy sourdough with amazing and rustic crust!Yum!
75% hydration sourdough loaf with white flour and a rye starter.
A lovely white sourdough loaf for everyday eating
Using Stoneground Canadian Wholemeal and unbleached no.4 this bread is both Rich and deep flavours.
Traditional Finnish sour rye bread is made with 100% dark rye flour. I have added a little wholemeal spelt flour to this recipe, which appears to help with the rise, without compromising the lovely rye flavour.
A favourite everyday bread in our house, enhanced by einkorn flour, with creamy crumb and robust crust
Lovely wholemeal loaf with added crunch, makes great toast and jam or marmalade.
A yummy sourdough recipe from a relative of mine who has been baking sourdough bread for almost a decade! Guaranteed to be delicious!
The small amount of wholemeal in the starter gives the crumb a lovely colour. Wait as the loaf cools and listen to it sing. This loaf freezes well, as you can see from the picture. Enjoy
A delicious combination of Shipton flours and seeds. This sourdough loaf is a blend of 90% Shipton Traditional Organic White Flour and 10% Barley Flour. It also has Shipton's 5 seed blend. The seeds add a toasty crunch and the combination of flours make a fabulous soft-ish crumb. It really is delicious. The dough was retarded overnight in the fridge. This is one of the loaves I teach at Learn Sourdough www.learnsourdough.co.uk
This is a lovely, rich flavoured bread. I adapted two excellent recipes to develop the recipe - one from the internet (link:https://www.seitanismymotor.com/2010/02/100-percent-rye-bread/ ) and the other from "The Extra Virgin Kitchen" by Susan Jane White. It has a more open texture than is usual for a 100% rye bread. It keeps well, and I think the flavour improves with keeping. Toasting it lightly brings out the flavour and it goes well with soft cheese, air dried ham or smoked salmon. My sourdough starter is 5 years old and is yeasty, not particularly sour-smelling. Unless it is very important to you for it to be 100% rye, without any wheat, you could use any sourdough starter. I find feeding the starter the day before using it, and keeping it at room temperature for several hours on the day, makes the bread lighter. This quantity of ingredients makes 2x1kg(2lb) loaves - I halve them and freeze. Have a go, experiment and enjoy!
Tasty and very airy
A tangy, chewy and very satisfying dark pumpernickel bread. Try it with tasty cheese and German beer.
A delicious sourdough using a poolish pre-fermentation http://stwig7.wixsite.com/bread
delicious either sweet or savoury and so easy to make
This loaf is made using 40% Khorasan organic wholemeal for a light wholemeal loaf with a sweet wheaten flavour. The dark rye leaven introduces a subtle sour note.
simple sourdough bread, tested and regularly made. no kneading as time is your friend here, priceless result.
Sourdough Rye Bread German Style Using Organic Dark Rye Flour - Type 1370 (603)
Beautifully light and fluffy sourdough crumpets..made with the discarded starter. What's not to like! You will need poaching rings for this recipe.and a flat griddle plate or heavy bottomed frying pan.
Delicious, chewy, crunchy & full of flavour sourdough loaf. My go-to recipe!
Whole grain Rye sourdough bread but with the lightness of Spelt and yummy seeds! So easy to make, no kneading or folding.
Crunchy and super tasty sourdough bagguetes.
The little brother of a sourdough bread.
This is sourdough pizza, that ruin for us eating pizza anywhere in restaurants. It maybe need little bit of time with planning due to fermentation time but it is worth it
Low in gluten, very healthy, fantastic taste,
Slightly sweet muffins - great with peanut butter!
A tasty rustic farm house loaf with an overnight prove that uses both yeast and sourdough starter. Recipe can be doubled to make 4 smaller loaves.
70% Hydration sourdough slicing loaf with rye, baked in an oblong covered baker/cloche - the perfect shape for the toaster and for sandwiches. It has an open crumb but is not so holey that the toppings fall through!
Shipton Mill's amazing Sunflower & Whet Flour delivers a delicious soft sourdough with a crisp crust and an open crumb. It is one of my most popular breads at the Roundhay Bakehouse.
If you've always wanted to make sourdough but are afraid to try, this is the recipe for you! Because of its high hydration, this loaf is simple to make with a hand-held mixer and dough hooks. It uses only the simplest ingredients (flour, salt and water) and tastes delicious. The texture is chewy and the crust is crisp. It smells delectable when it comes out of the oven. The recipe is adapted from Sam & Sam Clark's fabulous book, Moro: The Cookbook.
This is my perfect sourdough recipe, it makes always perfect loaf and you can add additional flavours between stretch and fold process. The crust is crunchy and soft white airy bread inside, the flavour is delicious, with or without olives.
A 76% hydration, no knead, sourdough bread made with organic spelt and organic bread flour
Delicious east coast style bagels
Tasty and crispy sourdough loaf
Very easy to make pizza with a long fermentation
A wholemeal loaf made with only flour, salt and water: what could be more wholesome?
This bread is made from rye flour and sourdough with just some water and salt. High in fibre, wheat free and perfect as toaster with soft cheese or smoked salmon.
This delicious sour-dough bread is made with equal quantities of organic light rye, organic malted flour and organic white spelt flour. For a rustic effect dusted with organic semolina flour.
Sourdough loaves using what I could find in the pantry. Sometimes you don't have time to find something specific but just go with what is there. The bread has just enough malt loaf flour in to give it a soft malty "stickiness" that loves butter. the (unsoaked) pumpernickel gives it an extra bit of crunch. The quantities are about right - worked backwards - the important thing is a soft flexible dough that kneads easily without sticking to the surface. It was a slow rise partly due to the kitchen being a bit cooler than usual, snowing outside!
Sometimes you need something special! Whether you'll have this bread for breakfast or during a meal, the unique taste is going to stay with you. Enjoy!
A delicious way to use up extra sourdough starter
Easy, luxurious, taste sensation pancakes, little effort needed, prepare night before and cook in the morning for a warming winter breakfast. Add maple syrup and a dusting of icing sugar and its heaven.
Great with cheese, not too sweet for sandwiches and perfect just toasted with fresh dairy butter - what's not to love!
A delicious rye-infused sourdough made with 50% pre-ferment over 24hrs.
I love to eat and bake all kinds of bread, so I thought I would start off my first post with the quintessential French sourdough bread.
Slow fermented wheat and rye sourdough bread
A moist loaf full of flavour from the hazelnuts and spice mixed with the sweetness of the prunes. Versatile with sweet toppings as well as savoury.
Wet dough bread made with white unbleached flour, wholemeal rye flour and wholemeal spelt flour at 82% hydration
Crunchy almost white loaf that is a doddle to make
Crisp French Style Baguettes
Jalapeño and Cheddar Sourdough, cheesy with a little heat
Tasty slow rise sourdough loaf
Light & Airy, Crispy White Sourdough Loaf
Perfect, easy and delicious sourdough bread, packed with seeds and toasted flavour.
A healthy sourdough bread baked in a metal casserole dish
Perfect bread for the autumn, although it can be prepared all year round as long as you find pumpkin. Really great along a good blue cheese.
This classic roll is usually found in every shop in the west coast of Scotland: a crispy exterior; soft, fluffy interior and perfect with lorne sausage and tattie scone! Traditionally, these rolls are not risen via the use of a wholemeal leaven but this adds a flavour that is irresistible and provides health benefits to this humble roll.
German style wholegrain rye bread. Great with savoury toppings or toasted with honey.
Wondering what to do with a lot of active rye sourdough starter I experimented with using it in combination with Organic Three Malts & Sunflower Brown flour. The following recipe involves preparing a sourdough starter/production sourdough the day before baking the loaves. This recipe combines using natural yeast in the starter with using some active dried yeast when it comes to baking the loaves. This combination helps me produce a couple of loaves with a nice texture and flavour when there’s not enough time to work through all the usual processes needed to produce a ‘pure’ sourdough loaf.
Great recipe for a large 1.85 kg sourdough from sourdough expert Vanessa Kimbell, a cold overnight prove then cooked in a bread cloche this recipe gives fantastic results, especially when using Shipton Mill untreated organic No 4
Produce the most delicious sourdough bread every single time!
French sourdough bread
A delicious way to use up extra starter.
This uses a mixture of organic white flour, wholemeal and light rye to make a delicious savoury loaf - that is also amazing with cheese or marmalade!
This makes a nutty, flavoursome, well keeping loaf. The recipe makes 2 loaves @ 700g each. Although not essential, the method is spread over 3 days to increase flavour and provide flexibility with “normal” life. Dutch ovens are used for baking, but anything which gives a solid blast of heat and traps steam for the first half of baking would work just as well.
After many years of prevarication, I finally succumbed to the pull of sour dough! This recipe is very straightforward to make sour dough, the only thing you need is time for proving! This recipe uses the 'sponge' method. This recipe is certainly not mine, it comes from the River Cottage Bread book. If you want a good general introduction to bread making, of all types, this book is a fantastic place to start. This bread takes about 36 hours to make. You will have to make a sour dough 'starter', which, if you have not got one already, needs to be started a week before this recipe. This sounds a lot of time and hassle, but once your starter' is going, it really is no trouble at all. I used the starter recipe from the River Cottage bread book. The starter 'recipe' is included at the bottom of the recipe.
A fabulously easy, no kneed loaf using dark rye flour and cracked rye pieces - based on a recipe by Trine Hahnemann. (NB: this loaf also uses white flour to lighten the texture slightly.)
Makes 2 crispy loafs with soft insides - nice texture . Made with no dairy products
Dark, delicious, easy-to-make rye sourdough. Ideal for working people; start it in the evening, eat it for breakfast. I use a mixer with dough hook, but I guess you could equally hand knead it. No, I haven'the forgotten the salt; I don't usually put any in my loaves.
Healthy oats cookies with desiccated coconut , chia seeds, flaxseeds, dried cranberries and figs..... I make these cookies all the time , my kids love them.
A lovely naturally leavened bread with a mix of bread flour, whole wheat and whole rye. Makes a great sandwich loaf. While this was inspired by Emmanuel Hadjiandreou's "Levain di Campagne" I have incorporated numerous changes of my own to produce a wholly different loaf.
... et voila!
You need a sourdough starter for this one and I make it the night before for the following day's evening meal- but it's worth the effort and rarely lasts until it's cold
75% hydration sourdough baguettes. They are airy but chewy and elastic. They develop a lot of flavour (non-sour) from the long cold levain fermentation. Still learning, but very pleased with the results.
A deliciously simple and quick loaf from your bread machine using sourdough starter: great when you haven't got time or patience to work out a loaf with your hands. A recipe inspired by the Eastern European style of sourdough bread. Ideally made with Shipton Mill Light Rye flour. Tested and tried on Panasonic breadmaker (SP - ZB2502) but should work well on any other quality bread maker.
Pane di Altamura is a bread made with durum wheat from the Altamura region of Provincia di Bari in South East Italy. Made from Semola Rimacinata (re-milled semolina), and is naturally leavened, its characteristics are a thin dark crust with a lovely soft yellow crumb.
A lovely light white sourdough loaf with a good crust made using a wheat leven so it has a very small proportion of wheat in it. I have been making this for myself for a few months now and I find that although I am intolerant of wheat I can eat this regularly.
Traditional danish rye
A moist, nutty flavoured classic sourdough. Inspired by Richard Bertinet who, through his books has taken me onto a different level with bread making.
This is a variation on the sourdough bread recipe taught at the E5 Bakehouse bread master class in Hackney, London. A very moist dough with a great open crumb and superb crust. Best made using a regular stretch and fold method with wet hands each time, plus a slow overnight proving in the fridge to give the bread its open crumb and depth of flavour. The cold proofing also helps the dough hold its shape while transferring from the bowl via the peel to the oven. (Don’t worry about putting straight into the oven from the fridge. If the oven is at max heat - approx. 250c - then it will spring up beautifully.)
Sourdough croissants made and ready to bake in the morning for breakfast on day 3 (no commercial yeast)
A tasty loaf with a pleasing texture using Italian White 00 Flour (118)
Easy to remember recipe for a classic bread....crisp crust, slightly chewy centre...fabulous toasted and covered in butter !
light, soft, flavorful bread with just enough wholemeal to entice even those who usually turn away from brown bread.
This one is a regular favourite at our house.
Crushed green coriander seeds and chopped dried black olives add tasty flavours to this rye sourdough loaf, great with cream cheese
I know white bread is frowned on but as someone who loves any kind of bread, I love this white crispy loaf made with Shipton Mills's Canadian strong bread flour
Russet red-brown buckwheat loaf made distinctive by the addition of roast buckwheat flour. Bake a dozen and you could build your own Stonehenge. Or Breadhenge. The menhir (standing stone) shape is easily made before the final proof. I love it when your own take on a bread is the latest addition to a chain that extends back into the mists of time. In this case, I was inspired by the Farine blog (http://www.farine-mc.com/2015/05/meet-baker-eric-marche.html) article about Breton-based baker Éric Marché. In the blogpost MC writes about how M.Marché roasts a small percentage of the buckwheat flour in his menhir-shaped loaves. I’ve never been a huge fan of buckwheat bread, but this sounded worth a try. It was. It’s a great idea. Delicious. This is my version of Éric Marché's loaf, using, as a template, Dan Leader’s Buckwheat Bâtard recipe which, apparently, he adapted, in turn, from an Éric Kayser recipe. Anyway, I hope I've done them justice. Alternatively, substitute half the strong bread flour for wholemeal and you'll get a darker loaf more akin to M.Marché's original. Great with cheese or cured meats.
I have kept a wheat leaven on the go for nearly three years now. I use it to make all sorts of everyday bread. It gives a lovely texture and flavour but is not too tangy.
A friend emailed me from holiday saying that she had enjoyed this loaf where she was saying. I took up the challenge to devise a recipe and came up with a delicious loaf which can either be eaten as savoury or sweet, has a lovely aroma and toasts well too.
A hearty, sweet and delicious dark rye bread for savoury toppings or breakfast
Delicious savoury loaf lovely with feta cheese
delicious crusty nutty taste
A sourdough loaf that is mainly white flour but with wholemeal additions to give flavour. These loaves have been devoured by recipients, even children as young as 3.
Rye bread made with Sourdough starter
Soft and Crusty, perfect for sandwiches
using dried porcini mushrooms and chopped Moroccan dry black olives and a mixture of Shipton Mill organic flours with a sourdough starter this loaf was a great success.
Just delicious! Mix of three flours and addition of chopped rye makes this bread one of a kind. I ate the whole loaf in one go!
A tasty sourdough that's great for toast, with soups and just buttered!
A light open texture loaf with plenty of flavour
One step on from my no-knead sourdough, the extra time spent kneading improves the crumb.
Perfect breakfast bread, soft, buttery and with chocolate chips. What's not to like?
Not quite pumpernickel, but slices smoothly. The cornmeal rounds off the tang of the rye. "For persons of sedentary habits and dyspeptic turn, no food is more wholesome" as quoted in 'The Philosophy of Housekeeping by J.B. Lyman (1869).
Very healthy sourdough bread, with exceptional taste of black onion seeds. Not a fan of onion? Linseed, sunflower or pumpkin seeds can be used instead.
A simply gorgeous golden slightly nutty tasting 'Mighty White' sandwich loaf that takes about 15 minutes of your time!
Italian biga acida/sour dough, using Italian '00' flour and strong bread flour. Based on a recipe from Dan Lepard and Richard Whittington 'Exceptional Breads'. The original recipe called for the inclusion of honey which made the bread too sweet for my taste. I have made this without honey and it works well and suited better to my personal taste. I replaced the wholemeal with spelt and used strong Canadian bread flour. Allow 5 days to make this bread. On the day of baking it could take up to 8 hours from the first kneading until the loaves are ready to go in the oven.
Easy sourdough prepared in mixer in 10 min
This recipe makes two loaves and involves very little hands-on time. It just uses great quality flour and slow fermentation to create an outstanding flavour and texture! More importantly it has just three ingredients and is free from any chemicals, additives and improvers typically found in mass produced supermarket bread! This recipe is for your life, not shelf life!!
This sourdough bread includes 10% spelt flour and seeds, which give it a great flavour while keeping the crumb texture pretty light. Also excellent toasted, on the second or third day!
A lovely sourdough loaf with a hint of local (to me; Devon!) honey. Made with a blend of Shipton Mill white and wholemeal spelt flour.
This is a variation on Richard Bertinet's Bacon and Red onion bread but uses smoked cheese (thus suitable for some vegetarians) and is fortified with sourdough batter. It makes lovely toast and would be great with a hearty soup.
An exquisitely flavoured rye sourdough, which was a softer, lighter loaf than I expected.
This interesting bread is made with a 100% khorasan sour dough starter and 100% khorasan flour for the final bread. It was a bit of an experiment but I liked how it turned out with a strong flavour and reasonable crumb. I based this recipe on the spelt leaven in Andrew Whitley's book 'Bread Matters' replacing the spelt with khorasan.
One of my favourite loaves with a subtle taste of rye, sour notes from the leaven and great texture from a long rise.
Sourdough loaf with Crispy Crust that you can hear crackling when removed from the oven. I make this when I'll be out all day, or overnight.
An easy sourdough bread
A lovely tasty White loaf with a touch of Rye and sour.
A delicious loaf in 10 minutes (if you ignore the waiting and the cooking time!), great for busy people.
85 percent Hydration Sourdough Ciabatta
A great crusty loaf with aerated chewy crumb.
A hearty and sweet bread for the dark autumn nights
Healthy, Low GI, Delicious Muffins
Seeded sourdough loaf
Wholemeal bread baked in a slow cooker
Confused by ferments and starters? We get lots of email enquiries and posts on our Facebook page about this subject. We thought it was worth a Focus of its own for anyone else out there confused by the issue.
Easy to make sourdough bread . The roasted pumpkin seeds add a beautiful rustic flavour.
Dark rye bread
Think it's impossible to bake a 100% wholegrain loaf without it turning out like a brick? Julio Hevia attempts to prove you wrong.
Wild in more ways than one this intriguing loaf includes the fabulous Bath Ales' "Wild Hare".
aka Sandwich Bread
A flavourful loaf that we especially like for breakfast
A delicious earthy flavoured bread
We love these little close textured loaves flavoured with herbs and cheese. They look beautiful and are a real talking point.
Recipe by Julio Hevia. An advanced recipe for keen bakers looking to extend their sourdough prowess!
A rye sourdough recipe by Julio Hevia. An advanced recipe for keen bakers looking to extend their sourdough prowess!
Grainy and seedy
A french-style country bread made with a wheat sourdough
A great use for that extra sourdough starter we all hate to throw away.
Not at all common, but uncommonly good, especially as a sourdough. The one pictured I made in Tuscany and it has just emerged from the wood-fired oven, with a characteristic scorch. The base is local flavoursome flour, wholemeal stone-milled and biodynamic, and is a sourdough.
This is of course an approximation and no historical accuracy is implied…but it is close to the original(s) and one of my favourite breads
Very traditional, caraway flavoured sourdough buns, filled with cider soaked fruit.
Pot baking offers a very different approach to baking. It is a simple, low-input method that produces excellent results. Give it a try and your baking just may be transformed!
Pot baking offers a very different approach to baking. It is a simple, low-input method that produces excellent results. Give it a try and your baking just may be transformed!
Patrick Singmin's procedure
This is white-ish or slightly brown/freckled as the recipe employs the 100% wholemeal leaven. This is a great combination and gives good colour while still being clearly a white loaf.
Wholemeal wheat sourdough bread is the essence of sourdough breads. It is the most tasty with the highest nutrition.
This process aims to produce a 500g sourdough starter for use in home baking. You may wish to adjust the quantities to suit you own needs, but if you stick to the relative proportions used here, you shouldn’t have a problem.
Perfect for making when you have too much Mother
A white sourdough loaf incorporating light rye
traditional sourdough bread made in a bread maker
A great bread for toasting.
A consistent and forgiving starter, which produces great flavoured breads.