Whole Wheat, Pecan + Teff Bread
This is one of my absolute favorite bread recipes. There is something about pecans that amplifies the sweet and nutty flavors in whole wheat ... it's just incredible. The addition of whole grain teff is also really special. In the finished loaf, it lends a subtle color and visual texture that is quite beautiful. I hope you'll enjoy it! This is the recipe that I used in our video "Baking Bread In The Fourneau," if you want to see more, be sure to check it out!
2 cups unbleached organic white bread flour
1 cup organic whole wheat flour
1 tbsp whole grain teff
1/2 cup chopped pecans
2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp yeast (you can of course substitute starter, just adjust accordingly)
13 oz water
No Knead Method
If you want to learn more about the method, watch this and read this or read this.
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This is the recipe that got us into baking bread at home. My Dad bakes baguettes exclusively and now bakes two at a time on the Fourneau tray. A few of these are demi baguettes are always at the ready in the freezer; they reheat beautifully into extra crusty loaves that accompany any meal.
It has been known to happen that even the biggest bread enthusiasts cannot consume or give away all of the loaves that they make!