Another rainy Sunday, another bread recipe.
Today I was gonna try to make a full-rye bread. I used my own sourdough starter, and let the dough ripe overnight. Stirring and firmly mixing the dough of a pure rye dough turns out to be fairly exhausting. The consistency is super gluey and it’s more like fresh concrete or grout.
Anyways, after mixing I gave it a third rise by using some fresh yeast (10g yeast per kg dough) and let it rise for another hour before baking. So in total, there were 3 rises (sourdough, mixed ingredients, and with yeast), the first one being overnight, the other once roughly an hour.
Ingredients for this bread are: rye flour, water, salt, sourdough starter (from my own culture) and a little bit of fresh yeast.
The taste is very good: It has it’s own aroma, coming from the sourdough and the rye and does not necessary need additional spices. It tasted very nice on it’s own and with butter and does not become boring like this. I can see this bread to be very nice together with some blue-cheese and honey.
Summary: I’m satisfied with the result for a new recipe and the first try of it. Looking forward to tomorrow’s breakfast!