How to bake perfect bread at home? Get started:
First: Before you read the bread recipe, I will give you some bread tips. Rule #1: When you’re buying ingredients for baking – always buy organic flour. There is absolutely nothing good in non-organic flour. When you buy non-organic flour you can be 99% sure that the grain type is uninteresting – that the cultivation has been a burden for nature and that the result of processing has been occurred with a bad quality. That being said, you can bake good tasty bread with non-organic flour, but I will never recommend it for the most of all types of baking.
A small bakery at home..
A lot of people in the world that couldn’t care less for baking bread and use an hour in the night making the dough and one hour in the morning for baking. But, I still haven’t met a person that’s not interested and a little fascinated about what happens in the oven and is looking forward to taste the final result. Because readers.. That bread baking process is pretty fascinating. Some tiny adjustments can create a totally different result and taste – which is the fun thing about baking! Maybe that’s the reason I continue on and on and on. Baking every week, sometimes every day and love to see the result is getting better and better!
I’ve shared my best bread recipe for you below. But please notice this recipe takes +8 hours to make. I hope you can use these tips and tricks in the recipe.. And just let me know if you have any questions making it! Go find the recipe here:
Tips and tricks for perfect homemade baked bread. Here is my best recipe, so you'll get beautiful bread every day:
- 2 cups of water
- 5 g. fresh organic yeast
- 2 sp sourdough
- 15 g. sea salt
- 150 g. organic wholemeal flour (I used Ølandshvede/ Oland wheat)
- 450 g. organic flour
Day 1) Mix water and fresh yeast in a big mixing bowl. (Use a kitchen machine if you have). Add all ingrediens and mix at highest in 12-15 minutes until the dough is sticky and coherent.
Put in the fridge over the night (8-10 hours minimum).
Day 2) Turn on the oven at 250-270c degrees. Take out the dough on the table and turn it around as little as possible. Cut the bread into 10-12 pieces, set on a baking stone (or pizza stone if you have).
Bake at 230-250c degrees in 20-25 minutes until golden. Cool down before eating.
My baking story:
I haven’t baked my whole life, but suddenly I started my passion for home baking about 1,5 year ago. Haven’t been baking bread for that long but my interest for the process is growing so fast. Just love carrying fresh baked bread to my family, my friends place or for my sweet colleagues at work in the morning. I really priority days with fresh baked bread. This sometimes means that my day is planned and scheduled after my baking. Yes, I’m that type.
If you need a little breakfast inspiration I can really recommend trying this fresh fig marmelade, or this healthier version of hazelnut nutella. Hope you can use this bread recipe let me know if you have any questions!
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