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Scalded Rye Berry Soaker g rye berries g boiling water. Cracked Rye Soaker g fine to medium cracked rye g water. Additional Dough Ingredients g fine to medium cracked rye g water 22 g salt g maple syrup traditionally cane sugar syrup is used but I prefer maple syrup 1 tbsp rapeseed or sunflower oil for the tin.
Combine in a bowl, cover and leave to ripen for 16 - 24 hours. Prepare the scalded rye. Pour the boiling water over the rye grains and leave overnight.
Prepare the rye soaker. Combine in a bowl, cover and leave overnight. Prep Time 1 hr. Cook Time 15 hrs.
Total Time 16 hrs. Course: Bread. Cuisine: German, Vegan, Vegetarian. Servings: 5 small round or 2 larger rectangular loaves.
Author: Nadia Hassani. Ingredients 7 oz. US Customary - Metric. Instructions Evening of Day 1 Put the berries in a small saucepan and pour boiling water over them to cover by at least 1 inch 2,5cm.
Cover and set aside to soak overnight. For the levain, mix the rye flour, water and sourdough starter in a small bowl until well combined.
Cover and let it rest overnight in a warm place. Day 2 Add enough water to the soaked rye berries so that there is about three times as much water a berries.
In a large bowl mix the dark rye pumpernickel meal, cracked rye and salt. Mix until well combined and no traces of flour remain.
Knead the dough on a lightly floured surface to remove any excess air. Adjust the oven rack to the lowest setting. Pour about 1 inch 2,5cm hot water into the casserole.
Place the lid on the casserole. Day 3 At the end of the baking time, turn off the oven and leave the casserole in the oven for 1 hour.
Remove the breads from the oven. Let them cool completely, then wrap them in wax paper or parchment paper and either place them in freezer bags right away, or let the bread sit in a cool place for another two days before cutting it on Day 5.
Store the pumpernickel in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Nadia Hassani. Comments For the love of all that is good and happy, do not make this recipe unless you have the time to do it fully as written!!!
It worked. I did a low sugar bread pudding and had that for breakfast the last week and a half. I was just looking on line on how to bake pumpernickle bread, and came across your blog.
I found your almost authentic German recipe very interesting. I have baked quite a bit of bread and many kinds of bread, including sour doughs from scratch.
Usually contain some rye. And after I read your blog, I realized that I have made something similar as my own creation.
Except not baking for 15 hrs. Never heard of that. I have sprouted rye say a cup and puried them in their own soak water, for the extra flavor.
Oh, boy how rich in flavor! It takes a heck of a lot of salt to be able to taste the salt and make it tasty. I use sea salt.
I have let it rise, then punched it down and added sugar, to make it rise again, and repeated that a few times, This could take a few days.
Then for baking pans, I opened one quart juice cans and lined them well with parchment. Let it rise.
I watch the rising dough and spray with water to keep it from drying out. And put it in the oven to bake at for a good hour or an hr and half.
I have put a pan of water on the bottom of the oven for moisture. This makes some awesome bread! And so filling!
I have made many kinds of variations of this bread. No two are a like. This fills the house with an amazing aroma!
When you bite into this bread, you almost feel like you are going to levitate. But now I will try your way, next time I feel like baking bread.
It has been a few yrs since I did all that. I forgot to say that I add some sugar to the rye puree to give the yeast some extra food. Like maybe a tablespoon.
I wing it. I also generously add and knead in fresh ground black pepper. A real, traditional pumpernickel loaf is one of the exceptions to that rule.
It's made from coarsely ground dark rye flour, larger pieces of cracked rye and a sourdough starter. It's not a quick bread to make, because the cracked rye needs to soak overnight to soften it up, and the starter needs a day's head start so it can ferment properly and release the rye's natural flavor and sweetness.
Then, once the bread is mixed, it's baked overnight for 12 to 14 hours at a low temperature, about degrees Fahrenheit. That long, slow baking time caramelizes the natural sugars in the bread, giving it a distinctively dark brown color.
The finished loaf is very dense and heavy, with deep and complex flavors, and makes fragile slices that crumble if they're handled roughly.
Conventional rye bread takes a much more conventional approach. It's made from a mixture of wheat flour, for the gluten, and then varying amounts of light or dark rye flour.
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