Made with 350g of non alcoholic cider, dates, cranberries and apricots, kamut and whole wheat for a sweet but slightly hearty loaf. Shaping was bad, I knew it wasn't quite tight enough but rushed it in the banneton anyway while preparing dinner. Taste is heavenly, insanely fruity and soft.
Few days before this bake, I almost kill Otis's (my starter's)entire family, had 2 batches of prefermemt in the oven with light on, and then I had to use the oven to roast some veggies, well you can guess what happened next. Luckily I had exactly 20g of stater left in the fridge, and made a few bakes after the revival.
Failed but not too bad, I forgot to do the last fold! So instead of folding it and let ferment for 1.5 hr, I let that ferment for a whole 2hr15 mins....oops....Dough was very slack at the end of the bulk, luckily I was still able to stitch it up.
I've got a huge box of deglet nour dates so I decided to blend in a whole 100g of dates with water to make this dough, you can see the red hue coming through. Super chocolatey, fruity and peanuty, it's a real treat.
This is such a flavor and texture bomb, the fenugreek will make your house smell like heaven, the red bulgur keeps the crumb moist and slightly chewy, and the best part is the crust, incredibly thin and crispy!
I've been making the same sundried tomato cheese bread for a long time and honestly I think that's one of the best tasting bread in the world..UNTIL I saw Danni put roasted garlic in hers!! Talking about putting another one of my favorite things in my favorite bread🤤
So this time I follow my old recipe but did a few things differently:
1.added garlic slices that's been toasted slowly in the same oil that comes with the sundried tomatoes
2.Toasted the chopped up tomatoes because why not
3. Instead if chopping the tomatoes super fine and mixed in the dough to create a beautiful orange tinted dough I kept them chunky and only did light mixing and folds!
The result is amazing, lots of big chucks of sundried tomatoes, mildly garlicky, pretty wild looking bread