When I bake these buns the first time I wrote down “Taste and crumb are perfekt, but the crust shows cracks. Maybe proofing was to short –> Problems with yeast? Try again!” When baking the buns for a second time with a fresh yeast batch I realized that it was no problem with yeast but […]
There is one advantage of recipes which are troublesome in the development: the other good recipes you find on the way. A recipe which development was extremly troublesome is the spelt & emmer sandwich bread I needed for my “Vergessene Getreideschätze” course. It took me over a year until I got the bread just as […]
There is no shortage for burger bun recipes here in the blog. But while I am not willing to discuss a change by the patty (it HAS to be my vegan ABC-Burgerpatty) we like a change by the bun. And when we decided spontaneously that we would like to eat Burger for Dinner, I opted […]
Since some months I did not bake breads made with sweet starter alone. But just now my starter is so active as never before. It just need 90 minutes to double its volume. It is in the perfect condition to rise even a bit heavier dough with some butter. And so it is in the […]
A good burger is always a favourite here – and so the collection for burger buns on the blog is already big. Because Burgers are never a fast food for us, as everything – from fries to buns – has to be homemade. And once in a while we have a new idea what we […]
Finally I can post the first recipe in the upcoming post series of “regional breads” and can tell you how I came to this idea. It all started with an email from the Magazine “Ö”, asking if I could develop some recipes form different German regions for their September issue. Of course I could and […]
Finally I found it: my perfect vegetarian Burger patty. It is a Aubergine, Beetroot and Champignon mushroom patty which is hold together by chickpeas, rolled oat and buckwheat flour. And this means the patty is not only vegetarian, it is vegan. And it is easily made gluten free by exchanging the rolled oats with rolled […]
Selbstgemachte (vegetarische) Burger esse ich für mein Leben gern. Und wenn dann alles, vom Bratling bis zum Brötchen, selbst gemacht wurde, kann man auch eigendlich nicht mehr von “Fast Food” sprechen.
Um die Burger etwas mehr in Richtung “gesund” zu schubsen, habe ich die Brötchen dieses Mal mit 50% Vollkorn gebacken, und dabei auf eine Mischung aus Dinkel, Weizen und Buchweizen gesetzt.
I love homemade (vegetarian) Burger. And when really everything – from burger patty to the bun – is made by myself, it did not longer deserve the term “fast food”.
To push this dish to the healthy side, I bake the buns this time with 50% whole grain flour. The whole grain flour is a mixture of self milled spelt, wheat and buckwheat.
The summer weather last weekend made us thinking about grilling delicious Burgers in the evening. And so I had to bake burger buns, of course. In the fridge I still have the preferment I made from my Honey-Wildyeast-Experiment. It has developed all traits of a Lievito madre, something not so suprising because both – Wildyeast […]
A happy bubbling sourdough greeted me in my summer warm kitchen when I came home from work two weeks ago. In the morning I had refreshed the sourdough because I promised to bring sourdough for a colleague. When I was standing in the kitchen, thinking about what to cook for dinner, I looked at the […]