Peanut butter bread
Lately I've been on a bit of a PB+J kick, and was wondering what it might be like to make a peanut butter bread. Here was my attempt. The peanut butter was 20% of the dough by weight of flour. Also I added some honey. The recipe was an easy one. In grams:
White flour: 576
Peanut Butter: 118
Sourdough Starter: 26 (125% hydration starter).
1) Mix dough and chill for a long time.
2) Warm up to ambient temp. Shape, proof, and bake.
Here's how it came out. The smell and taste is great. It tastes very peanut-buttery. It screams for a jelly spread though. The crumb is very creamy in texture. I initially thought I might have underbaked it, but it registered 200F internally. It is the peanut butter that makes it so creamy. I think it will be best toasted with jelly. Speaking of jelly, the next time around, I will add some of that too, and try to make a full PB+J bread. Maybe with chunky peanut butter. Hehe. :)
Here are the pics. Looks pretty average, and it split a little on the top, but oh well, just an experiment.