Tag Archives: Sourdough

Spelt and honey semi-sourdough bagels

I thought that I would have another go at a spelt and honey bread, but this time I decided to turn them into my first ever bagels. The bagels were very easy to make, they just take a bit of … Continue reading

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Rye and Spelt Sourdough

A couple of weeks ago I went to the new Movida bakery in South Yarra. While I prefer the pastries I get from my local French bakery Chimmy’s, I loved the spelt loaf. It was very light for spelt, and … Continue reading

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Easter Bun Off

So its that time of year again where most people like to hunt out the best hot cross bun on offer. We decided this year to have a bit of a bake off and try three different hot cross bun … Continue reading

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Quinoa and toasted sesame spelt semi sourdough

This sourdough has a wonderful toasted nut flavour, imparted from both the sesame seeds and the quinoa. I used a mix of organic red and white quinoa, simply because that is what I had – you could easily use white, … Continue reading

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Feijoa, oat, tea and cinnamon rye sourdough

Well, that title certainly is a mouth full and so is this delicious bread. As feijoa season is upon us again, I will certainly be making more feijoa chutney and jelly. Well what better to have the jelly on, than … Continue reading

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Poached eggs on wilted spinach

This makes a great and very fast Friday night dinner. We have this with a slice of sourdough. The eggs are not poached in water, but by the steam coming off the spinach. This method can be extended to a … Continue reading

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Sourdough

I decided to embark on making my own bread, this time from scratch. So thanks to the wise words of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall in his River Cottage Everyday cookbook and some wise words from my Mother-in-law I gave it a go! … Continue reading

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