5 February 2014

German whole wheat bread









This bread is  adapted from my little "Bread book" from Parragon Love Food




Ingredientes

450 whole wheat flour
2 1/2 teaspoons instant yeast  or 1 packet active dry yeast disolved in water
1 1/2 teaspoon of salt
1 tablespoon of molasess or honey
300 ml lukewarm water
oil for greasing
beaten egg for glass
sesame seeds for sprinkle


Method



Sift the flour and place in a medium bowl .Add yeast and salt.make a hole in the center .Dissolve molasses in warm water and slowly add to the dry ingredients .Stir and mix well until a soft dough.Dump the dough on the work surface dusted with a little flour and knead the dough for about 10 minutes.Let it rest in the bowl for about 8 minutes.Then preheat the oven to 180 ° c .
Prepare the baking tray , coat it with oil.
Knead the dough a few minutes . Oval shape to the dough , place on tray and sprinkle with sesame , mark with a spaced cuts .

Cover the dough and let rise in a warm place ( I put the tray over the oven ) Leave for 1 hour until enlarge.Bake bread first 20 minutes.Then mix the beaten egg with a little cold water.
With a pastry brush moist the bread with this mixture.
Bake the bread another 20 minutes until golden and consistent.
Let cool before cutting.


PRINT RECIPE


en español

Pan integral 





93 comments:

  1. all about the bread...i would def be enjoying it hot out the oven....

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    1. this might be my new high mark...#2

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    2. Is a good mark I think Brian!

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    3. i was so excited...i should have commented then read...hahaha

      happy weekend gloria...i want some of the cake in your header....smiles.

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  2. looks so good, homemade bread!

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  3. I am afraid that I am unlikely to make this bread, but I do love your china Gloria!! You really do have some beautiful pieces and I love seeing them! xx

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    1. You know what you love Amy these are English china:)
      yes when I find I ntry to buy, I love especially blue china!

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  4. I always love your headers, Gloria...
    That bread looks really yummy....
    Cheers!
    Linda:o)

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  5. Bread you say, trying to kill me again at my bay? lol

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    1. Never I try to kill you lol
      you always bury me. Remember??

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  6. Dear Gloria, How wonderful to bake your own bread. This must have been delicious, warm with butter, so good.
    I have been making biscuits and flat-bread. To buy bread is becoming very expensive here and it is so much better homemade. blessings dear. Catherine xo

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    1. Thanks Catherine I love make bread!:)

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  7. Dense, hearty and beautiful! This would be great to serve with any root veggie soup for the lunch.

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  8. Yum....looks perfect! Dense and chewy...just the way I like it! :) ela

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  9. so soft and moist..yum yum yum yum.....love it :)
    The penguin at the bottom is soo cute

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  10. Your bread looks perfect, Gloria!!! I'd love a big slice right now :)

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  11. I have a German friend and she is going to be introducing me to some German foods when I visit in April. I hope this is on the menu!

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    1. Hope you enjoy german food Keith I think.the best are the pastries!
      I love kuchen is like a pie but better!

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  12. A wonderful loaf of bread. So flavorful!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  13. 100% wholewheat! Wow, looks fab Gloria!

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  14. Gloria, Very attractive loaf of bread! There are few things that are better than freshly baked bread... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  15. It looks great, I'll have a slice of two of three

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  16. Always homemade wins......the bread looks really great......!

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  17. Wowo the bread looks perfect and wish i had few slices.

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  18. Que buena pinta Gloria! me encanta el pan integral, lo probaré. Besos

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  19. Looks delicious! And I like your header photo

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  20. Great minds think alike since I just did a whole wheat bread post too :) Your bread looks delicious, my family loves whole wheat bread!

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    1. True Ann! I will see, I love to maje bread!

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  21. It looks like the perfect loaf of bread Gloria, on the perfect plate. I also really like your new header photo.

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  22. I would love a slice of the bread with a little butter. Looks yummy!

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  23. Hi Gloria,
    Lovely bread! Makes a healthy breakfast with a cup of tea or coffee!
    Cook-Your-Books is now open, you may link your post!
    Have a nice day!

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    1. Thanks Joyce, of course I will add to cook yours book!"
      xx

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    2. Hi Gloria,
      Thanks for linking!
      Have a wonderful week!

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  24. this looks easy to prepare! and it's totally whole wheat! lovely indeed

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  25. So healthy. I actually prefer brown bread especially for breakfast with jam or honey over it. It fills you properly and it is very nutritious. The Germans know how to make proper brown bread. Delicious Gloria. Have a good weekend! XX

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    1. Im.agree Alida I prefer.brown bread but the family love white bread so I try.to make my own bread!

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  26. This looks great! I always forget about the German connection in Chile, but this recipe makes a lot of sense.

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    1. Thanks.Beth yes some people forget here too!
      But kuchen is the treat you always can find in tea time in chile l

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  27. What a great loaf! Looks like it would be perfect with a smear of butter!

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    1. Thanks Joanne! Yes I love with butter!

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  28. Yummy, Gloria! I'd love it toasted with butter.

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  29. This looks like a hearty and delicious bread, Gloria! I love all of those seeds on top.

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    1. Susan if you read this, I can't enter to your blog!!

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  30. Love your delicious whole wheat bread, Gloria, Looks sooo good, and hearty! xo

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  31. Questo pane sembra buonissimo!!
    Complimenti!
    Baci :)

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  32. I love this wholemeal bread with simple ingredients! Healthy and hearty!

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  33. mi piace moltissimo! buon we baciiiiiiiiii

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  34. Goodness, I love the header and your new avatar ~ The bread looks yummy, though I would rather buy them ~

    Happy weekend ~

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  35. Heavenly, Gloria!
    I just sent this link over to my daughter on Facebook. She's been looking for a whole wheat bread recipe that uses molasses. Maybe if I'm a good girl, she'll send me a loaf, lol...Thanks for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. P.s. I've been meaning to tell you Gloria, I love your new avatar!

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    2. Thanks Louise Im so glad with my new avatar lol

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  36. I have a big bottle of molasses to use, I should make some bread, thank you for the remainder Gloria!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  37. I bet your house smelled wonderful as this baked - but then again, I bet your house always smells wonderful Gloria!

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  38. I eat one of those once a week. There's this little bakery store round the corner that's ridiculously expensive but one bite makes you forget you're broke. I love it.

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  39. un pain parfait et délicieux
    bonne journée

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  40. I have never done a bread with a single rise--how nice!

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  41. Beautiful loaf of bread Gloria, looks great!
    Have a wonderful week my dear :D

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  42. Un pain plein de saveurs. J'en mangerai une grosse tartine avec de la confiture.
    A bientôt

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