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Sourdough Walnut Bread (converted from Dan Lepard "The Handmade Loaf")


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Ingredients

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Walnut Paste

  • 50 g walnuts
  • 50 g water
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 20 g Butter
  • 1 pinch sea salt

Dough

  • 220 g water
  • 100 g Leaven
  • 1 teaspoon dried yeast
  • 100 g walnut Paste
  • 100 g halved walnuts
  • 400 g Bakers Flour or Bread Flour
  • 100 g Rye Flour or spelt flour
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons sea salt
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Recipe's preparation

    Walnut Paste
  1.  Place the butter into the mixing bowl and brown 3mins/varoma/speed 2.

    Place the walnuts into the mixing bowl with water, honey, and salt Mill 20 sec/ speed 9.

     

  2. Dough
  3. Add water, leaven and yeast into mixing bowl and mix 10 sec/speed 6. Add the bakers flour, rye flour and salt  and mix 6 sec/ speed 6. 

    Then knead 2 min/Closed lidDough modeRemove dough and transfer on to a thermomat and  knead through walnut halves. Place dough into an oiled bowl and leave to prove at room temperature for 1 hour.

     

    Take two dry tea towels and line two 1.5 litre deep bowls with them so that the excess cloth hangs over the edge.  Dust the cloths liberally with flour.  Divide the dough into two pieces.  Shape each piece of dough into a ball and place each ball seam side up in the cloth lined bowls. Cover the dough with the edges of the cloth and and leave to rise in a warm place for 2 - 2 1/2 hours or until almost doubled in height.

     

    Preheat the oven to 210 degrees C.  Carefully upturn the dough out on to a flour dusted baking sheet, and cut a criss-cross pattern in the top with a razor blade. Bake in the centre of the oven for 35 -40minutes, until the loaf is a good rich brown colour and when tapped on the bottom it sounds hollow.  Leave to cool on a wire rack.

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  • You could let the dough rise

    Submitted by Debrah on 3. September 2015 - 21:34.

    You could let the dough rise overnight in the fridge.

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  • Hi, This recipe makes two

    Submitted by Debrah on 3. September 2015 - 21:33.

    Hi, This recipe makes two small loaves.

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  • HI - sorry, not a bread pro;

    Submitted by swimpiscine on 3. September 2015 - 18:54.

    HI - sorry, not a bread pro; are you suppose to combine the 2 balls of dough to form one  loaf or is this recipe for 2 loaves please? Thank you!

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  • Could I let the dough rise

    Submitted by heaysman on 17. August 2015 - 17:53.

    Could I let the dough rise overnight?

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  • You may have a different

    Submitted by Debrah on 12. July 2015 - 21:13.

    You may have a different result depending on the Leaven (starter) you use, also the temperature of the room will have an effect on rising times.

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  • Yummy bread! Very easy to

    Submitted by jarmancooking on 12. July 2015 - 17:28.

    Yummy bread! Very easy to make. It didn't rise as much as I wanted not sure where I went wrong.

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