Bread rolls with sourdough

Weltmeisterbrötchen | Körnerbrötchen mit Vollkorn Anteil

World champion bun

Today I brought you a new recipe for rolls: my world champion rolls. These are wonderfully crispy, juicy and hearty rolls with seeds and whole grains. Overall, a relatively quick and uncomplicated recipe. These delicious grain rolls have convinced even the last wholegrain grouch ... ♥ World champion rolls - juicy & delicious The world champion rolls are a rather spontaneous recipe development ...

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Brot und Brötchen ohne Hefe

Bread & rolls without yeast

Today I have summarized my recipes for bread and rolls without yeast for you. Due to the current Corona crisis, many have difficulties getting yeast, it has become a real scarce commodity. We can be all the more happy if we have already grown yeast water, sourdough and Lievito Madre. If you are not yet the owner of this sourdough and ...

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Rauchige Mandel Speck Wurzeln

Smoky Almond Bacon Roots

Today it's going to be rustic on Cookie and Co: I brought you smoky almond and bacon roots. These are wonderfully aromatic and spicy root rolls with a special kick. Because fried bacon and salty smoked almonds provide a spicy aroma and a delicious crunch. Do you fancy a little taste explosion? Then put this recipe on your post-baking list ... ♥ Smoky ...

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Elsässer- Zwiebelbrot als Coronne auf einem Holzbrett

Alsatian onion ring

Today it's going to be rustic on Cookie and Co, with an Alsatian onion ring. Wonderfully spicy and juicy, with a slightly malty note and a caramel-brown crust. Baked as Couronne, it is the ideal party bread or also great as a side dish for hearty dishes or for grilling. You can also use the dough to make wonderfully crispy rolls or a ...

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Krume Bürli mit Sauerteig auf einem Backblech

Bürli with sourdough (Swiss style)

Today I have a new bread roll recipe for you. This time a traditional pastry from Switzerland: Bürli with sourdough. However, this is of course my personal interpretation of the traditional Swiss burli. Among other things, I (as the name suggests) incorporated sourdough and, in return, there is very little yeast in the dough. ...

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Potato rolls with buttermilk

Today, for a change, I brought delicious potato rolls with buttermilk for you. Super fluffy, super tasty and super easy to re-bake. Again with overnight cooking at room temperature, so that they just need to be cut in the morning ... ♥ So that means you don't need to shape them any further. While the oven is heating up, you can park it in the baker's linen for about 20-30 ...

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Rustikos: rustic mixed rolls

Today I have the recipe for my Rustikos for you. These are very tasty and rustic mixed rolls with wholegrain rye and sourdough. ♥ The rye flour ensures a strong taste and, in addition to the sourdough, underlines the hearty aroma. The Rustikos are not only very tasty, but also nice and juicy, fluffy and crispy. They fit perfectly ...

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Alpine crusties - rustic and delicious

Today I have the recipe for my alpine crusties. These are very tasty, crispy and rustic rolls with a loose crumb. Thanks to the high proportion of smoked flour, they have a very aromatic, malty taste. My alpine crusties consist exclusively of rye flour and alpine rye flour. Alpine rye flour is a special mixture of different types of rye from southern Germany and Austria. Ruchmehl ...

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Prepare sourdough - grow, care, tip ...

Today I have a guide to making sourdough for you. Easy to grow yourself and start baking bread. I have already published some recipes with sourdough here on my blog (click here for the bread with sourdough recipes). Many of you have therefore wished for instructions on how to prepare sourdough ... here it is ...

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