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Sourdough Bread in a Bread Maker

Release Date: 05-03-2012
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What we did at home about 1.5 months ago our sourdough He still lives happily ever after. During this time, we made more than 10 breads. Each time, we tried to catch a better one with different trials. We had very different experiences. But the experience with this bread was different from all of them. While all the previous ones are in the oven "Why don't we try making sourdough bread in the bread machine??” The question causes the following photo to appear.

While we normally go through a lot of folding and holding the bread, we wanted to put it all to one side and follow a new method. No more folding for hours with this recipe :) Of course, this bread “Tartine Bread” not. After forming the dough in the dough kneading program of the machine, we took the bowl out of the machine and left it in the oven for 8 hours with a glass of boiling water like the previous ones, and then put it in the bread machine and baked. The result is excellent. It was a perfect toast but sour :)

The dough has risen about 4 times.

Since the bread machine brings the temperature from zero to the baking level when we start to bake the bread, the bread gradually becomes crusty during the heating process and does not allow the dough to rise while baking. Although, the dough swelled so much during the waiting period that it is an extra luxury to rise while baking :)

In my next attempt, I plan to cook it in the preheated oven without removing it from the chamber after waiting for 6 hours in the oven. So in the next try, the machine will only be used for kneading dough. Then I will share the results and my experiences with you again.

I recommend you try the following excellent bread.

Last of all You can find information about my bread machine here.

Love…

 

Ingredients for Sourdough Bread Recipe in a Bread Maker

  • 100 g sourdough
  • 325 g water (at room temperature)
  • 50 g whole wheat flour
  • 455 g bread flour
  • 10 g salt

How to Make Sourdough Bread Recipe in a Bread Maker?

  1. Put 100 gr sourdough, water, flour and salt into the chamber of the bread machine.
  2. Select 1000 grams as weight and start the dough kneading program of your bread machine (fresh dough program no 7 in my machine). When the dough is kneaded and the program is finished, remove the bowl from the bread machine.
  3. Cover the bowl with a cloth and place it in the oven in which you have peeled 1 glass of boiling water and close the oven door. (do not operate the oven, hot water will provide sufficient heat and humidity)
  4. Let it rest in the oven for 8 hours and rise. (The dough will rise almost 3-4 times.)
  5. Put the bread you have taken from the oven with the bowl back into the bread maker. Wet the dough a little and sprinkle with oatmeal if desired.
  6. Bake the bread by turning on the baking program of the bread maker (only baking program number 10 on my machine). When the baking program is finished, take the bread out of the machine (it takes 1,5 hours). When it has completely cooled, take it out and slice it.

"Sourdough Bread in a Bread Maker10 comments for ”

  • on May 23, 2019 at 06:55
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    Hello, have you tried kneading the bread in the machine and then cooking it in the preheated oven with the machine mold?

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  • On November 13, 2017 at 21:17 PM
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    Hello there..
    I read what you wrote with interest. I have also tried sourdough and einkorn flour in eym. I was not successful in the first one. Now the second bread is kneaded in the oven with hot water :)
    The way you followed for your recipe is super. But I want to make bread in eym with einkorn flour and whole wheat flour without using any white flour. Any chance to help with this?? Thanks in advance..

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  • On January 24, 2017 at 20:58 am
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    We made bread today according to your recipe, it turned out very well. I kept the dough in the oven for 6 hours and it was enough to bake for 1 hour and 20 minutes. Maybe next time we can wait for 7 8 hours, it seems like it will almost swell. Thanks.

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  • March 11, 2016 at 06:25
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    Your bread looks really tempting. Although I followed exactly what you wrote, my dough did not rise even after 8 hours. I think my yeast is pretty healthy. What can be the problem?

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    • March 11, 2016 at 08:55
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      If you followed everything I wrote, the problem may be in your yeast or your machine. I think you didn't make a mistake in gram measurements since you said I was a satellite. Yours sincerely

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  • On January 14, 2015 at 16:52 am
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    Hello,
    I am also trying to make bread with sourdough at home.
    I would like to share with you a problem I had in the last bread I made and to hear your suggestions for solutions.
    My machine sinbo 4715
    My recipe and ingredients are as follows
    For the whole wheat bread
    1 cup of water
    1,5 scoops of whole wheat flour (all natural ground in a water mill)
    1,5 scoops of white flour
    2 teaspoons of salt (rock salt)
    2 tablespoons of molasses
    2 tablespoons of sourdough

    First of all, I knead the materials in the kneading program of the machine.
    After waiting for 6-8 hours, I let the machine cook in the cooking program.

    My problem is,
    My bread rises very well after fermentation.
    However, after cooking, the top collapses.
    You can see the photo in the link. http://hizliresim.com/2YaaXL
    I'm waiting for your help.

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    • March 01, 2015 at 20:00
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      I think the flour is a little lacking

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  • On December 06, 2014 at 18:44
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    so I tried it with my home sourdough without reading your experience. As you said, the dough swelled a lot in 8 hours. I put the puffed dough in the machine and started it from scratch in the special program (by choosing a longer fermentation time, for example, about 1 and a half hours). The outside of the bread was very hard. the inside was not fully cooked and the color of the top was not very pleasant. I'd try baking it right after it puffed up next time. but you also say that it still scavenges. Were you able to overcome this problem without using an oven? do you exceed? thanks

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  • March 06, 2012 at 08:45
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    As someone who uses a bread machine, I was very intrigued by this bread and its making. It is a very nice and puffy bread. Thank you. I have never tried sourdough. I will try it like this, I will share the result. Thanks for this beautiful bread.

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