I normally wrap around it with kitchen towels to absorb some moisture before I put the whole thing into a big plastic bag (garbage bag, actually). I guess my S&F method will be tested in the shape and texture of the bread when it is done. The procedure is: you mix your dough with only 80 - 85%% of the recipe water in the first and 2nd speed as usual until a slightly stronger than normal gluten development has achieved, then turn the mixer back to first speed, slowly incorporate the reserved water and finish off on 2nd speed, then, add the seeds and nuts (or whatever add-ins you have) in the first speed initially for incorporation, and finish off, again, in 2nd speed. When I was much younger, I loved caraways rye breads. Do you think this is a reasonable first bread to make? This site is powered by Drupal. TASTING: that was in February this year. After an hour, check for signs that the bulk ferment is coming along or possibly done. The Fresh Loaf is not responsible for community member content. Think I will adapt that method from now on. Working the dough, scrape along the sides and bottom, folding it in half and quarters, turning it – trying to get the interior mixed with the exterior. The purpose is to fold the dough into itself creating tension on the underside of the dough (the part touching the counter). One boule was left at room temp while others were being baked, and it became quite puffy so when I scored, it deflated quite a lot and there was no noticeable oven spring with this bake. I thought I wasn't getting as "holey" of bread but then when we opened the 2nd loaf, it looked great. Flip the dough over, with the seam side down. Some bakers get great oven spring although I have never tried it. Put … I too looked at Albertson's and the ones they had were, yeah, about $15.99 or something for 2. and they looked kind of dry. It's building elasticity and strength. I don't know if my texture/crumb was right, but it sure tasted good. Fold and transfer into a greased container—cover and rest for 45 minutes. The Earl Greay tea banana breads use tea as "hydration" (if I may use that word) and therefore cuts down the use of oil and the result is a very moist bread. Proof for 2 hours in room temperature of 18 - 21C / 65 - 70F. You can even leave it in the frig for a few days, the flavor will become more pronounced, but still delicious, especially if you like more 'sour' sourdough. This chocolate sourdough is light and chewy with a soft crust. Start the first set of stretch and folds in the bowl by pinching the edges of the dough and fold onto itself to the centre (10 - 20 times). After the two hours second build of the starter, I then folllowed the 15 steps procedure for the final dough. Flour a workspace lightly, and then gently turn the dough out onto the board. I’ve been working on my Tartine Basic Country Loaf for the last few months and finally decided it was time to attempt baguettes–the primary reason I wanted to delve into the world of Tartine in the first place. As the dough is quite stiff, you may need both hands for the folding. Very crispy. A baguette with brie and berries or apples is one of my favorite meals. A beautiful loaf with a crackly crust, light and airy interior, creamy pillowy texture, and an unbeatable fresh sourdough flavor. You want to find the sweet spot of pulling it firm enough, but not ripping. Thanks for the update on your Chocolate Sourdough. I bought mine at Albertson's, and the ones I price checked were Spice Islands and McCormick. But, watching them work with dough, you knew this was something they did on a daily basis. We gathered about 50 people... to taste our old and new vegan creations: # pesto, # ricotta, # chilli # jam, # hummus.We got loads of useful feedback which helped us improve or finalize our # recipes. I always marvel at the pictures you include of your creations - it's bread but it's art as well. chips into the dough so they stick. The crust was not too thick either, like some of my earlier breads, I think that can be attributed to an oven themometer I bought tonight. I'm VERY interested in any of your banana bread recipes that you consider truly excellent, however. Put your dutch oven or combo-cooker in the oven and pre-heat it to 500F. If your bread has sprung nicely, the score will have separated and created an 'ear'. https://www.homemadefoodjunkie.com/tartine-style-sourdough-bread-recipe I am very new to all of this - especially the retarding of the final doughs in the refrigerator overnight or longer so I need lots of pictures and lots of descriptive words and you are a 'master' at both! Your chocolate sourdough turned out so wonderful that I immediately started two more batches. So I started the recipe last night and then did all the work on the dough today. About 2 hours after you mixed the Leaven, check it for activity and if it's risen by 50% and has bubbles around the edges, then you're on track and time to mix the Autolyse. If it still looks stiff, not much rise, and not showing the other signs, it just needs more time. The goal here isn't to 'knead' but to thoroughly combine. I am not confident that I could do such a long mixing time with the mixer I have at home. This is good! It is not sweet, just rich with chocolate flavor and a hint of crunch from the fillings. I remember reading MC from her blog (farine-mc) that she doesn't care for the look. One stretch and fold is what I call one stroke. Two nights before bake day - first stage of levain build-up, Mix and ferment for 6 - 8 hours at 18C / 65 F (depending on your room temperature, you may need shorter or longer fermentation time for your starter to mature), The morning before bake day - second (and final) stage of levain expansion, Total dough weight 2.3 kg and total dough hydration 73%. I will be making it again. But are you sure you have dusted with enough rice flour? It is unsweetened. two times starter amount for me; I do not know what ratio Chad Robertson uses. Your hot dutch oven is close by and you've just finished your score. I used about 1/2 and 1/2 so we will see how it turns out tomorrow. (1) My stainless steel mixing bowl is more wide and shalow than the KitchinAid mixer bowl. If you bake the cookies right away, the water in the dough will lead to a cakey cookie. Shape the pieces - gather the edges to the centre, flip it over (so the right side is now up) and shape it to a tight ball with both hands. Well, you know how to please a growing boy - make a chocolate sourdough! 150 g active sourdough starter (I have two, Simon, and my sprightlier funkier one, Garfunkel). Making Tartine croissants no doubt is a lengthy process, but totally worth it. Hope I can find room in the fridge for three more loaves. If I increase levain to 100% I wouldn't have to have DIY! Turn the oven down to 450 and continue to bake with the lid off for approximately 15 more minutes. Again, absolutely beautiful loaves of bread! The way you did is just as fine. Leave the dough alone, covered, to finish the bulk ferment. Set the timer and bake for 20 minutes. www.thefreshloaf.com/node/13543/chocolate-sourdough-chad-robertson039s … You'll need most if not all of it, about 90-100g. Quickly but carefully lower your scored bread into the dutch oven using the parchment paper as a sling. Once the dough is loaded onto the baking stone, steam the oven with no more than 1 cup of boiling hot water. https://www.theperfectloaf.com/tartine-sourdough-recipe-slightly-modified ... you posted this! I just baked a loaf today - hanseata's German Flaxseed Rye - that she used a cookie cutter to 'score'. I am not being unkind but we've just had such hot weather lately. The edge of that ear may become crispy and on the dark side – this is normal. Aug 7, 2020 - Explore Heidi Gartman's board "Chocolate Sourdough", followed by 224 people on Pinterest. Zingerman's (a very famous Michigan-based Delicatessen with fantastic breads) sells an excellent chocolate bread and I have wanted to recreate it. This may take anywhere from 1 hour to 3 hours depending on the temperature of your kitchen. Auroville’s popular Bread & Chocolate store is now open in Alwarpet, and offers a thoughtfully crafted menu that focusses on local talent, ethical sourcing and quality produce These Chocolate Oatmeal Walnut Cookies from Tartine are the real deal. Zero the scale and weigh in the salt. I've never heard of using tea as a moistening agent! This is the link to that story:  http://www.farine-mc.com/2009/09/meet-baker-lumi-cirstea.html. Also, I wanted to clarify, sweetened or unsweetened cocoa powder? 150 g whole wheat flour. TARTINE BAGUETTES. So, I would mark this as a success! Do you mean just chocolate sourdough (or any sourdough)? He is going to take some of this in tomorrow and tell them we haven't had to buy bread for years since I always make it and then make all the other guys envious! The bread was delicious. When the leaven is fully built it will be puffy and pillowy, doubled in size (or more), bubbles around … My personal favorite of the five, is the Orange Chocolate Tartine. Scrape all along the sides and bottom of the bowl to completely incorporate the flour & water. Do you think vanilla extract would work? Lovely to hear from you. One substitution (if you could call it that) that I really enjoy is chopping up part of a Trader Joe's Pound Plus dark chocolate bar and using that instead of chocolate chips. If it's sliced too early, the crumb (the interior) won't have cooled enough and it might be gummy. Working quickly, sprinkle on some fresh flour, then score however you like, creating at least one slash 1/2 inch deep to allow a controlled release of steam. It was said that because of the delicate gluten structure in both of these cases, if you were to score after the dough is proofed, you may destroy the gases that were produced. Lucky for you to have a son who understands this art is best appreciated in its eating! Gee, I can't remember when was the last time I was in a conference like that ... what do they call it... an "off -site" meeting! With your dough now resting in the banneton, cover it so it's enclosed but also so that if the dough rises a bit, it won't touch the surface of whatever you're covering it with. I know you said to bake cold, but I'm assuming you do preheat your oven, right? Perusing through Not bad. Secondly, after the dough was bulk fermented, it was scored then proofed. Place the dough someplace warm, ideally around 75F, and note the time. 15 g salt. You will do 3 more stretch and folds to complete doing the entire bowl. Rotate the bowl as you go. As the dough is quite stiff, its strength develops very fast. Chad Roberson's Tartine Bakery doesn't do chocolate sourdough (if they do, I haven't had the fortune of tasting it). Mix the final dough to thoroughly combine. fed the night before, stirred down before scooping out. I'm not a fan of Earl Grey, but no doubt any tea would work as well in terms of adding mositure (albeit creating a different flavour). We are going to get 2 inches of snow tomorrow, the grocery store is literally out of milk and bread (ridiculous). They will still have 24 hours completely undistrubed before I bake them tomorrow night. 50 g melted 70-80% chocolate. Put the covered banneton in the refrigerator to rest overnight. Pull each side of the dough outward, stretching it quickly and with a light hand, into a rectangle shape about 8 x 12 or around there. Return to the dough. The most important change we made is one that all home bakers should be pleased with. I would love to see a video on how you do your S&F in the bowl. I am not able to see your pictures but I am happy to learn that they turned out yummy to your taste. My 15-year old son would certainly be thrilled! Cup the dough using your hands, dragging it across the counter a few inches, using your pinky fingers to guide and shape the back edge. You'll get to know this by eye, but if you're not sure it's ready, do a float test. (. if you do, introduce another layer of flavor in very fine orange zest, then the rich creaminess of the very ripe bananas will be turned into something really light and delightful. Congratulations on yet another winner! I have six loaves in the fridge to bake this morning. My second batch is shaped and in the final proofing stage. Will this work or do I need to make the investment in the special baskets? I have been feeding 50 gr of it twice a day with 100gr of water and 100 grams of all purpose flour. I like it for breakfast with a dusting of powdered sugar over the top. Looks like it had a huge oven spring!!! Do you bake on a lower rack or in the middle? Anyway, this banana bread could pass as a cake or a bread IMO, so thought maybe your chocolate bread is similar? You certainly can use vanilla extract, a couple of teaspoons would be fine. If it floats, it's ready to bake. Is that the same kind of bowl you use? I had to experiment with my own oven many times before I could get the result I want. Set your timer for 30 minutes (this is flexible but no shorter than 30 minutes). Cover and set aside in a warm place (ideally 75F). It's worth the effort. Most of the professionals, however, were there to learn about artisan type breads and did not bake them on a routine basis. I sliced one of the boules and went down to the back yard to water the plants. Yes, the  6-7 inch vanilla pods are the same ones I was referring to. Flip the dough back over so the seam side is now back up and the smooth side is down. Do the 50 gr of my starter count as water or is it just the H2O? Once you feel it's decently taught and round, you'll flip it into the floured banneton, seam side up and smooth side down. And the crust! You should see some folds or creases – indicating strength in the dough. You inspire me to try things I never before would have tried to do with doughs! But just in general I can't get past the gumminess of breads made with a high % of rye; that's the kind of texture that I don't like in breads. Cover. Or, you could use a shower cap and pull up the top like a peak, as far away from the surface as you can get it. My son will be 15 in November so they are similar in age. Thank you for all of your help here again! I was also planning on adding a little cinnamon next bake, too. Well, I hesitate to offer my banana bread recipe, Shiao-Ping, since you have experimented so much with the same thing and have established yourself as such a superb baker! After 45 minutes, do a second set of stretch and folds. maybe one day... Maybe my steps look too complicated? If there's cakey flour on the surface from resting in the frig, brush it off carefully. Stir, zero scale and add 50g bread flour. It won't be raw, but the texture won't be as pillowy as it would if you let it fully cool. 750 g Bread flour. Baking technique is not one-method-fits-all kind of thing. Your formula for this bread was just the best gift for 2010 I could imagine, and it's only February!!!!! The one chocolate sourdough (Pane al cioccolato) on the net that I like is from Elra's Baking here; I found her rich dark chocolate color very sensual. Many people who like to make quick breads seem to have a blind faith in oil or butter as a way of making the quick breads moist. Sorry that my description seems to be a bit confusing but I was doing an experiment with my starter. before proofing. This is normal. What works for other people may not work for our set-up at home. I pre-soaked dried cranberries in Grand Marnier an a bit of sugar in the fridge a few days ago for this chocolate sourdough but completely forgotten about it. Do you put them in the towels and then back in the bowls? Oh my goodness! (Up in the SCORE step you cut your parchment down to size – this is an important step – you don't want it billowing over your loaf). Last night I was S&Folding this bread, below, that I baked this morning for breakfast. Days after baking, they still remain fresh and moist inside. Last would be to dust the surface of the dough with flour and cover it with a clean linen or cotton towel. This isn't ideal because you don't want the dough to stick to it, it will cause problems with your oven spring if the dough is ripped by dough sticking to the towel. Here are some pictures (If I did it right from flickr?). What an incredible looking loaf. I imagine it will go well though, being in natural harmony with banana. Alas, I found 8 organic vanilla pods at Costco for $12.95. https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1016277-tartines-country-bread It didn't need a lot of S&F's. And yummy-looking, too. They prick the surface of the dough, rather than create a single slash: I have seen that before - with small round holes like this from David's blog (his Hamelman's 70% rye sourdough). Take a temp of the dough – it's hopefully around 75F – 78F. I try to do this bread each Christmas with dried cherries. You can warm up your dough to room temperature before you bake if you prefer that way, but you'll have to watch the overall fermenatation time of your dough. Maybe your recipe will give me something close to theirs. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe!! Keep a close eye on it during the entire time you're baking with the lid off so it doesn't over-brown. Hi Shiao-Ping. The crumb? *Total flour calculation takes into account the flour in starter. Then I'm going on a bread run. Okay, so how do you get it to not dry out? Well, I just needed to keep trying on the photos. Came out good, but I think they could have used a bit longer RT proof before retarding. This is a 100% sourdough; I mean, it is a bread, not cake. Lamination: Laminate the dough, then sprinkle and add the chocolate chips and candied orange peel. I stil don't think that I would ever try scoring rye dough ... this from David's blog (his Hamelman's 70% rye sourdough), http://www.farine-mc.com/2009/09/meet-baker-lumi-cirstea.html. You're building tension which will give good spring when baking. Cover and rest for 60 minutes. You simply dust flour on the kitchen towel and place shaped doughs on them. After 30 minutes return to the bowl to do your 3rd set of stretch and folds. It turned out really yummy. If I am correct what you are doing  is  the technique Dan Lepard uses in his book The Handmade Loaf for some of his loaves....Do you use this method for the stiffer doughs?). My daughter is more than ready to try this one of yours too. i'm tempted to try it but i haven't yet ventured into sourdough. See more ideas about sourdough, chocolate, chocolate bread. Sometimes I am tempted to just do outliine of the steps. Thanks for your great recipe! Let the fruit soak for about 15 minutes, drain and then place them on towels or paper towels to dry. I used the Ischia culture which tends to be pretty mild. You should have a semi-firm ball, but not tight. I have been pastry bakers for years and had experimented on many versions of banana breads (and carrot cakes). chips over it; press the choc. Coil fold: Perform 5x coil fold. I have been afraid of not kneading enough and ending up with 'bricks' instead of nicely risen loaves but I am finding that there is a lot of leeway especially when retarding loaves overnight in the refrigerator. At the Artisan III course, our instructor added quite a bit of water into the final mixing of our team's batter and I calculated the total hydration would have been something like 77.5%. This sourdough chocolate bread tastes like a fudgy brownie and cake combined, deliciously moist with depths of chocolate in every bite. 1/2 cup sourdough starter, fed; 3 cups bread flour; 1 1/8 cups water; 4 tablespoons honey; 1 tablespoon vanilla extract; 4 tablespoons cocoa powder, unsweetened; 3/4 teaspoon salt; 1/4 teaspoon instant yeast; This is the first time that I made a chocolate sourdough - it is not sour at all because of the chocolate and honey, but it is very chewy. 700 + 70 g water. timeline as described in Daniel Wing and Alan Scott's. When I came back up, my son said to me, Mum, the chocolate sourdough was epic. Soft, chewy, with plenty of texture and flavor. I came back with a lot stuck to my hands. 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