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20 Pound Bread Flour Project, Loaves 9-10 [Oct. 18th, 2006|12:00 am]
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Ok, this was an experiment that went ok but could have been better. I wanted to try a rye marble loaf, so after browsing some recipes I frankensteined this up. Two batches, both with 3 oz of rye flour and the rest high gluten bread flour. One batch was just a rye dough, the other I added some powdered cocoa and dark corn syrup to (called for malassas, didn't have it on hand and didn't want to shop). After the first proof I divided both doughs in half, kneaded a bit then rolled out. I lay one on top of the other, and rolled it up like a jellyroll, then formed a boule. One had the dark dough on the outside, the other the light. This would have been much better in the bread pan, but such is life. I think it came out quite well considering it was my first marbled bread attempt, and I'll try it again in a loaf pan later. I haven't had any yet, but the wife says it tastes good (she liked yesterdays loaf better.)
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[User Picture]From: bellanorth
2006-10-18 02:04 pm (UTC)
So, the cocoa and molasses were added to one of the rye marbles? Or became its own marble?
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[User Picture]From: verminiusrex
2006-10-18 03:13 pm (UTC)
added to one batch of dough, both batches were divided in half and rolled flat, then a dark and light were put together like a jelly roll.
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From: starstraf
2006-10-22 03:51 am (UTC)
wow - that is amazing - this type of bread has alwasys been a favorite of mine - just looks so kewl
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