Hi: I am fairly new here. I love baking bread. Actually I love baking anything!!! I have tried many sunflower seed bread recipes, none of which I like. Does anyone have a good recipe for sunflower seed bread?
I appreciate any recipes to try.
I have had numerous requests for my Sourdough Cinnamon Swirl Bread recipe. Here it is, but it is in volume measurements. If someone wants to convert it to grams, be my guest. I'm not good at conversions and this is an old recipe, before everyone was interested in using weights.
Sourdough Cinnamon Swirl Bread
2 cups active, bubbly starter
1/2 cup milk
1 tsp. vanilla (optional)
1/4 cup sugar
I've been trying and trying to get my sourdough bread up but have had little success. The 1-2-3 recipe worked out ok except it was always too gloppy to make anything but ciabatta. So I started experimenting with different forumlas, twice a day for two weeks. I think I've hit on something and I'd like some of you guys to maybe try it out and see if it works as well for someon else as it does for me.
These are inspired by the "Chocolate Things" at the Cheesboard Bakery in Berkeley. However, since I've become somewhat obsessed with my sourdough starter (Sebastian) since growing it (him?) a month or so ago, I of course, decided to modify the recipe to use up some of my discards.
I'm pretty new to both sourdough baking and TFL, but I was asked for my recipe, so here we go...
Having had a very successful experience with boiled pretzels, I was convinced bagels were a walk in the park. The recipe in BBA seemed approachable enough -- doesn't take too long, doesn't require lye (I know...point of contention) and is ready to bake for breakfast. I had a mediocre experience, however, and am looking for pointers from those of you who have had great success making "true" bagels.