Malted Wheat Sourdough

Malted Wheat Sourdough

For Ferment – Day 1

50g – Strong White Flour

25g – Rye Flour

40g – Dark Ale

 

 

Day 2

125g – Strong White Flour

25g – Rye Flour

50g – Dark Ale

50g – Warm Water

 

 

Day 3

100g – Strong White Flour

100g – Warm Water

5-10g – starter

 

 

Recipe:

225g Ferment/Starter(keep left over for next bake)

250g Strong White Flour

175g Whole Wheat Flour

5g Malt Flour

25g Rye Flour

250g Water/Dark Ale

9g Salt

 

Soaker – I don’t have wheat flakes so I’ve used something different that doesn’t need soaking for hours(recipe calls for wheat flakes)

100g Wheat Flakes (Weet-Bix)

175g Water

 

I mixed everything by hand, very sticky/messy to knead but all goes well at the end, Bulk Fermented until almost doubled. Was very cold that time, left it on the counter overnight @ 14c deg room temperature about 11pm to 8am and probably temperature drop a bit more over night. Shaped it in the morning and let it proof in the banneton for another 3 hours @ 15c to 16c deg room temperature, 20 hours cold retard @ 4c to 5c deg.

 

Baking Temp

210c deg – DO – 15 minutes 

210c deg – 25 minutes

210c deg – 5 minutes slightly open door

 

Overall this loaf is amazing in flavour, a strong taste of wheat almost like a 100% whole wheat. 

 

Recipe by Richard Bertinet from his book “Crumb”