July 12th, 2009

Whole wheat bread with Poolish

Last weekend I was very busy baking Foccaica, Bauernbrötchen nach Bäcker Süpke and two whole wheat breads. Our freezer is still filled with bread that has to be eaten first, so this weekend I can concentrated on updating my blog.

The poolish in the recipe for the whole wheat bread makes a very tasty and airy bread.

Whole wheat bread with Poolish

Poolish:

  • 390g water
  • 390g flour (Type 550)
  • 0,5g fresh yeast

Dough:

  • whole Poolish
  • 1 kg wheat, fresh grounded
  • 28g salt
  • 520g water
  • 15g fresh yeast

Mix water, flour and yeast for the poolish and ferment it overnight (12 to 16 hours).

The next mornig: Mix all incredients for the dough and knead it for about 8 min.

Ferment the dough for 1 hours.

Shape the dough into oval loave and proof for 1 hour.

Slash the loaf directly before baking.

Bake for 60min at 250°C with steam on a hot stone.

 

Ich sende dieses Brot zu Susans wöchendlichem Yeastspotting, das diese Woche von Nick von IMAfoodblog.com gehostet wird.

8 Responses t_on Whole wheat bread with Poolish

  1. Brigitte April 24th, 2018

    Hallo Stefanie,
    heute habe ich mal dies Weizenvollkornbrot nachgebacken, allerdings mit ein paar kleinen Änderungen:
    Habe nur die Hälfte des Teiges hergestellt, in den Hauptteig noch 1 TL flüssiges Backmalz gegeben und 70 g Lievito Madre aus dem Kühlschrank zugegeben. Wegen des LM habe ich die Salzmenge um 1,4 g erhöht.
    Dann auf dem Backstahl für 10 Minuten bei 250° angebacken und 40 Minuten bei 200° fertig gebacken. Mit 97° Kerntemperatur rausgeholt.
    Da Selbstbeherrschung leider nicht mein 2. Vorname ist, habe ich noch warm den Kantentest mit Butter und Fleur de Sel gemacht und muß sagen: Sehr leckeres Brot – danke für das Rezept!
    LG – Brigitte

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    1. Stefanie April 24th, 2018

      @Brigitte: Es gibt ja auch nichts leckeres als warmes Brot mit Butter und Fleur de Sel. Ich habe da auch eine Schwäche… 🙂

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  2. Stefanie July 20th, 2009

    @ bergamot, Miriam and Aparna: thank you!
    @ nick: I feel sorry for you. Not to be able to eat whole wheat sounds very hard to me!
    @ Verena: Poolish is a predough with high hydration (I use always 100% Hydration) while biga has a lower hydration which varies from 45 to 60%. I like poolish very much because it gives a good taste to the bread and it is easy to prepare.

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  3. Verena July 19th, 2009

    Stefanie, the bread looks great! I never used poolish in my recipes…as I understand is a little different from the Biga, am I right? I already saw some posts from Zorra about it.
    The wheat bread is already very tasty, with the long fermentatio it probably doubles the savour!!!!
    Congrats!

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  4. Aparna July 19th, 2009

    This bread looks very nice, Stefanie.
    I have tried making bread with poolish and liked the texture and taste of bread. What I really try is sourdough breads.

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  5. nick July 17th, 2009

    I miss eating whole wheat so much… Hosting Yeastspotting and looking at all these WW posts is making me so sad! 🙁

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