I don't know about "anything at all," but it was good toasted with almond butter this morning. Transfer the loaves to a cooling rack and cool for 1-2 hours before slicing. It reminds me of the Japanese tangzhong. Semolina refers to durum wheat which is a harder wheat that produces a harder flour. Would you share your formula for 100% durum bread? This is a recipe for traditional Italian pasta dough made with durum wheat semolina flour. 1/4 teaspoon dry yeast. Staff Picks Roomali Roti Rating: Unrated 60 A tender and delicious flatbread from Central India. A gorgeous golden loaf of semolina bread, or Italian bread. Good, yes, better than many others of course, but it's not the ultimate bread without defects to aim at. So I guess we have Apulia surrounded at least. I have a small cafe in LYme regis, Dorset, UK and I bake my bread every day: I stick to Peter Reinhart's ancienne bread (revised and suited to my taste): easy and great results. Save Save; 0 / 5. (reading yr comments). Final Dough Add all of the final dough ingredients to the bowl of a stand mixer. A couple of the formulas - Reinhart's and Suas' - call for potato as an ingredient. I know that will come in handy for many people–much appreciated Of course it can be replaced by an equal amount of biga. From Bread Machine Semolina Bread to Semolina/Olive Oil Torte. For myself I make the miche in Hamelman and now I will try myself the pane pugliese (if I can find fine durum wheat, which is not that obvious here, in the deep English countryside). are they lesser ciabattas'? https://www.breadmakermachines.com/recipes/semolina-bread-recipe The "potato" u mentioned.. rings a bell - I have seen it mentioned in some Italian obscure websites.. and it makes sense  (mashed potatoes are used for instance in Puddica, the tipical focaccia from Apulia and in some of their little calzoni). Tested by La cucina Italiana. DURUM: this sourdough starter is based on a natural sourdough developed from the hard wheat durum flour used in the Puglia region of Southern Italy. 90% durum, 80% hydration, double hydration, biga and SD.   Not a normal method.  Is the refined durum thirsty or are you using the whole grain? In the bowl of a stand mixer, add all but 1/3 cup of the final dough water along with the liquid levain and mix to disperse the levain. The semolina I used is a double ... Now I have a new go-to bread recipe with sesame seeds. Change to the second lowest speed and mix for about 2 minutes. diccult to say:they are different, perhpas. The big difference is that it becomes as tough  as a stone, even impossible to slice! Scrape the dough off the hook and make a well in the middle of it. Both of the books I have that have formulas for pane di Altamure use 100% fine durum flour.j. 700g water. Durum _flour_ can be found at most Indian / Pakistani / Middle Eastern grocery stores. Substitute it with Golden Temple ® No. I think I would start where I left off with this formula and boost the percentage of durum flour.Â, David, u know that Italians are often deeply conservative, food-wise  - too many DOs-Dnts, to my taste. I feel that as long as u use a very high percentage of fine durum wheat, a good starter,  good tecnique to get that nice open crumb, and a sound  cooking method (I prefer the cast-iron pan metod, for the best crust and oven spring), u are very likely to produce a Pugliese bread that is as good as any that is made in Italy in that part of the country. See more ideas about Recipes, Food, Flour recipes. Â, Capisco molto del italiano, ma, "pm", che cosa significa? 30g extra virgin olive oil. I wrap bread in plastic wrap and put it into a plastic bakery bag. by Editorial staff October 17, 2020. If you see anything inappropriate on the site or have any questions, contact me at floydm at thefreshloaf dot com. Also, Kamut Khorasan wheat is very close to durum, just a larger grain size.  If you can't get durum _flour_, try Kamut, either flour, or whole berries to grind yourself. 1 Fine Durum Atta Flour and you’ll wonder why you didn’t think of this before.. Make a well in the center of the mixture, and crack the eggs into the well. Does longer mixing result in a more open crumb? Jan 14, 2015 - Explore Rocker 7 Farm Patch's board "Durum wheat recipes" on Pinterest. No Knead Sicilian Style Bread. Looking for South Asian bread recipes? I made two changes to recipe and process. All original site content copyright 2020 The Fresh Loaf unless stated otherwise. For example, the biga was 65% hydration, but it was actually a bit stiffer than the usual 50% hydration firm starter that I usually make with bread flour (12.7% protein) and a little rye.Â, This dough is delightful to work with. Oh you stirred my appetite, David! You did a fabulous job with those loaves, they look absolutely gorgeous. Â. Durum also can make good yeasted loaves, but I have found that it takes extra yeast/sourdough, and a longer final rise time. Is pane pugliese customarily made with 100% durum flour? Mix at slow speed for 2 or 3 minutes to combine the ingredients then at Speed 2 for about 6 minutes to develop the gluten. 2 1/2 cups unbleached all purpose flour. https://biggreenegg.com/recipes/durum-bread-cranberries-nuts https://www.yummly.com/recipes/bread-machine-semolina-bread The flavor of the bread was distinctive. This is my thought and it is not substantiated though. In general I find sourdough breads taste better after 48 hrs from baking and, in my experience, they do keep for at least 4 days. I havn't any durum, nor it is found anywhere in Dubai, so i haven't tried the recipe yet.  In the close-up picture, David's version looks much better, I think (and the colour of the crumb is better too - golden). Mix the flours and the water /cream for about 1 minute. Print; Knead the flour quickly with 390 g of water and let it rest for 30 minutes in a bowl covered with a damp cloth. Mix in 1 tablespoon of lemon juice in 1 cup of bottled water for every cup of sparkling water called for in the recipe. I make 100% durum bread every week and I never work the dough less than 20-30 minutes. Thanks for sharing your extensive experience. I still remember when I tried to slice a 7-days old Pane di Matera (100% durum wheat): the knife broke!  It's also called "chapati flour". It is always difficult to assess just by looking at pics, but the Panperfocaccia durum wheat bread's crumb does not look very open - generally Pane Pugliese (durum wheat bread) has a rather open texture, with a chewy feel. Semolina bread is usually made of mostly semolina flour with a little bit of all purpose, or bread flour. Ingredients: 1000g Double Milled Durum Wheat Semolina La Molisana. It is interesting because it basically gives the recipes and quantities for Pane Pugliese. Also I think that each baker brings his/her own interpretations to a certain existing model: many of the ciabattas I see in american websites do not look like at all the ciabatta I have always known in Italy. I am going to try your formula. 3/4 cup plus 4 teaspoons water, room temperature. The use of water roux is interesting. Next, add the … A family from India owns it, and it is located in Canada. Einkorn Potato Focaccine Make Great Snacking Bread. Pane di Altamura is a DOP product (DOP is a specific, legal, official, EC system of classifying some special products, in order to distinguish the real McCoy, so to speak), Unfortunately the website is in Italian, but you might know someone who knows Italian. I don't know how to describe it, but it was like that of the other breads I have made with durum flour. The Fresh Loaf is not responsible for community member content. To me, the most remarkable features are that Hamelman's “Durum Bread” is 90% durum flour. They gradually get drier but are still pretty good. Most bread recipes call for about 1 to 1 1/2 cups of sparkling water. Durum flour dough is much more extensible than dough made with "regular" flour.Â. (biga? I gave one of the loaves to a friend who grew up in a village near Rome. Place the remaining liquid levain and the rest of the dough ingredients (including the sesame seeds) … The dough will be very sticky. And this is what Leader prescribes, as I recall. Most of the pani puglisi I have bought in Italy have those characteristics: the crumb is really open and irregular and still does not have that translucente, almost gelatinous look of so many high-hydration bread/it does not feel "wet", it keeps for days and days and days. Transfer the mixture to a clean work surface. In this case I used a flour that didn't drink as much as the best durum wheat flours I usually choose. Let them rest, covered, for 20 minutes or so to relax the gluten. See recipes for Fresh pasta Tagliatelle from scratch too. It comes in 20 pound (or 10 kilo, I forget which) bags, unless the store re-packs it in smaller amounts. Then add the remaining durum flour, yeast and salt. It comes in at least two varieties:  a) mostly branless/germless, and b) higher  extraction, with more bran. Then, add the biga cut in 5 or 6 pieces, and mix at slow speed to dissolve it somewhat. It keeps without molding, but it doesn't keep soft at all. Note: My levain ripened faster than the biga, so I refrigerated it for a couple of hours to let the biga “catch up.”.  www.sherbrarmills.com. It is ripe when domed and just starting to recede in the center. The recipes I have seen vary a lot in the flours used, but they are all from American books. Pending a personal visit to Apulia, I may take advantage of several friends who grew up in Italy for their comments. I was thinking it was not a flavor I especially like, until I tried it dipped in olive oil with a little balsamic vinegar. The loaves are done when the crust is nicely browned, the loaves sound hollow when thumped on the bottom and the internal temperature is over 205ºF. What kind of durum flour did you use for this? Bread. Note that, because of the great ability of durum flour to absorb water, this biga is firmer than the usual “firm levain.”, Mix the liquid levain at the same time as the biga and let it ferment for the same time. I knead the dough until it remains firmly clinged to the hook when I raise the mixing arm (always at speed 2). In the bowl of a stand mixer, add all but 1/3 cup of the final dough water along with the liquid levain and mix to disperse the levain. I never said the pane di Altamura is the best bread. However my experience of sourdough oven-cooked pane pugliese was that it did keep for days and days. This Sourdough Semolina Bread Recipe produces an artisan loaf with a crisp crust and open, chewy crumb. This site is powered by Drupal. The sponge should be fairly loose. "), My previous purchases at a local store were SHER brand from BRAR MILLS, a Canadian company. Transfer the loaves to a peel, score the loaves, steam the oven and transfer the loaves to the baking stone. It's edible, of course, but durum wheat bread dries as much and as soon as any other bread. Designed by GaliDesigns. In general I think good bread is alwasy good - it changes in character and it develops new flavours. Durum is a strange beast that needs a lot of time to absorb the water and develop gluten. What I've never seen is a recipe for a typical bread using both soft and durum wheat. Let the rough dough sit for about 20 minutes to an hour. The crumb comes out very light, with minuscule and regular holes. Content posted by community members is their own. I totally agree- myths need to be dispelled. Find recipes for naan, chapatis, rotis, parathas, and dosas, complete with ratings, reviews and cooking tips. Let the sponge ripen for about 1 1/4 hours. This enables you to create breads with a typical Mediterranean aromatic taste! The same happens with Pain Poillane, which in fact for me it is edible only after 48 hrs it is made (before it is too fresh and moist), the same happens with my sourdough (at least 5 days) (and no, I do not soak it). Proof, covered, for about 1 hour. Made this recipe today & the bread is amazing! Finely milled durum flour is sometimes labeled "extra fancy.". Hi David, this is interesting. None are from Apulia. Mix the durum flour, bread flour, water, yeast, and sugar until evenly incorporated. I gather he has not tried continued mixing until it comes back together, as you have. ;-), My most successful effort to date has been Pugliese Capriccioso, Take 2. Hamelman recommends a bassinage technique (“double hydration") be used for mixing. Your comments make me want to experiment futher with formulas that might produce bread like those you described. It is a high-hydration dough at 80%. Sep 1, 2018 - Explore nancyfrost's board "durum wheat recipes" on Pinterest. ), sorry for having shortened the term excessively :). Pane di Altamura is just a bread like any other. First it sems to come together, then it almost melts, then after some time it comes back together wonderfully. Divide the dough into two equal pieces and pre-shape them as balls. Mix the salt into the warm water (120F-130F) and pour into the bread machine pan. David, May 05, 2020 at 9:25 am. It is best baked in a Dutch oven, but the recipe is very flexible and adaptable. 25 salt. I am awaiting her assessment with the greatest interest. 2 1/2 cups warm water … Then add the remaining durum flour, yeast and salt. good 24 autolyse to help beat it into shape a little easier, if later. A lot of bread recipes suggest using bottled water for baking because mineral or saline content would affect the flavor of the dough though not necessarily the proofing. Flour your hands and the dough, flip the dough, tuck under the edges while rotating it to create a batard shape. Turn down the oven to 450ºF. Reply. From what I understand (see here : http://www.panedialtamura.net/fasi_di_produzione.htm) , Pane di Altamura is made wiht 1oo%  "rimacinato di semola di grano duro" which should be durum wheat flour, of a finer type /"remacinato" means milled-again (here u find a useful post, http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/14268/pane-con-semola-rimacinata-di-grano-duro) - basically you need this: http://www.dececco.it/EN/flours-and-semolina/semola-di-grano-duro-rimacinata/?Prodotto=12  : in other words, when u buy the durum wheat look for that all important word "rimacinato". Pour the reserved water in the well, lower the hook, and mix at low speed until the water if fully incorporated. Shape the pieces as boules or bâtards and place in bannetons or en couche. (So there's the reason it may/may not be "thirsty. again: as long as ones stays within certain bunderies, I believe that there is not one way to do things (in this istance: for me a ciabatta is a flat, elongeted bread, with a soft texture, very large irregular holes, a snowy white top, that does not keep more than a day....), Even if I am not as a good baker as u clearly are, I have just bought the new edition of Bread! Next add the levain, and the rest of the ingredients and mix on low for 4 minutes. You can use the mixer, but I just used my Danish dough whisk. Camilla. Very beautiful bread - I'm sure the taste of it dipped in some good olive oil is superb!  The crumb looks very nice as well.  What good food can you have to complement such a loaf?  Anything at all, I'm sure, would benefit from accompanying this bread. But unless one wants to produce real Pane di Altamura (which becomes a much more complex affair because one should also then use specific local wheat, specific water ecc....),  I suspect Apulian Bakers play around with percentages of fine durm wheat. Durum Wheat Semolina Bread cooked and written by Fiorenza December 04, 2020 No Comments Durum wheat semolina bread is usually prepared in a loaf-shape in Southern Italy and in particularly in Apulia, also known as the granary of Italy, where durum wheat semolina flour is the most widely used flour also for pasta, cakes and biscuits. If you haven’t made a Sourdough Starter yet, try making this Crusty Semolina Bread made with commercial yeast while you’re waiting for your starter to mature. Historically used in family bread making, with recipes passed down from generation to generation, durum wheat has become synonymous with homemade bread in these regions. I suspect that there are not clear distinctions and definitions of what a Pane Pugliese is. This is the first of the new recipes I have made. In a large bowl, whisk together the flours, salt, and pepper. Semolina flour is made from durum wheat and this is the same type of flour used for making dried pasta. Although it is very loose coming off the mixing, after the second S&F it is very smooth and shiney and not especially sticky. My reading on pane di altamura suggests that a long, slow mix is the current practice. 300 grams (~2 cups) Durum flour (not semolina for pasta) 120 grams (~1 cup) White bread flour 1 1/2 tsp. Semolina flour is a finely ground flour made from Durum wheat, a high-protein wheat flour used in pastas. I have not left a loaf unsliced for longer that 24 hours - high percentage rye breads and miches made with high-extraction flour excepted. If you have already posted it, I'll try to find it. The changes to the recipe… Home > Bread Recipes > Breads made with Semolina. Over 75 durum recipes from Recipeland. Nico one question: do u work your bread for 20-30 mint in a mixer? None have 100% durum flour, although Reinhart says to play with the flour proportions up to 100% durum. I have first hand tales of old southern italy grannies  that literally worked the dough by hand for more than one hour. Hamelman writes that this formula for “Durum Bread” is the best of a series of “test batches” he made some years ago. Durum wheat has been used in bread making in many markets for centuries, including Italy, North Africa, and the Middle East. They are from either near Rome or from Sicily. Also, "semolina" is generally NOT whole grain, it's just the endosperm. There are a lot of myths and advertisements around this kind of DOP breads, mostly undeserved. I have just looked through my books at formulas for pane pugliese. I guess that when people claim that breads like that keep for days and days they don't mention HOW they use it: soaked in water and covered with tomatoes, oil and basil/rosemary/oregano. to 115°F.) Their "Desi Style" is mostly endosperm, branless/germless, like normal all purpose flour or bread flour. October 17, 2020. Rustic Italian Bread With Durum August 21, 2011 / 10 Comments / in Bread recipes / by My Italian Smörgåsbord (Aka Barbara) This was another one of my longings as an expat Italian… the typical crusty rustic loaf that is simply divine when filled … Thanks so much, Aga! Ingredients: 2½ cups (625 mL) Golden Temple ® No. If any is left by dinner time, we'll see what kind of garlic bread it makes to go with the chicken cacciatore I'm cooking. Then, add the biga cut in 5 or 6 pieces, and mix at slow speed to dissolve it somewhat. Pane pugliese question for Stefano & Nico, http://www.panedialtamura.net/fasi_di_produzione.htm, http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/14268/pane-con-semola-rimacinata-di-grano-duro, http://www.dececco.it/EN/flours-and-semolina/semola-di-grano-duro-rimacinata/?Prodotto=12, My favorite multi-grain sourdough bread 11-10-2020, Whole Wheat Bread from BBA with some modifications, Forkish's "White Flour Warm-Spot Levain," but not as white, Today's bake: San Joaquin Sourdough 3 ways, Honey Whole Wheat with Poppy Seeds and Lemon Zest, Caramelized Onion Sourdough with Parmigiano-Reggiano and Italian Herbs. Transfer the dough to a lightly oiled bowl and cover tightly. ", I appreciate your sharing your experience. See more ideas about Recipes, Food, Wheat recipes.  Same grain but finer grind.Â. Salt Pre-heat the oven to 500ºF for 1 hour with baking stone and steaming apparatus in place. That was spectacular! My sourdough breads keep for 5 to 7 days, after they are first sliced. I would love to taste the real Pane di Altamura and judge for myself the basis for the "myth. Put the basket in the refrigerator for about 10 hours (up to 20) OR leave the basket at room temperature for about 1 hour. May 1, 2020 - Explore Marina Mansour's board "Durum Flour recipes" on Pinterest. Bread has always been considered a product, what should not be missing in apantry, because it is able to satiate and because it matchs with other ingredients and becomes a complete meal. I use 1Tbsp of a supplement called ‘dough enhancer’ to help get better gluten development with whole-wheat bread and my yeast & dough needed longer to rise. or by hand? Recipes Pizza Durum Wheat Bread: The Basic Recipe. hope this helps, thanks for all your splendid breads & posts, btw. Happy Baking. Your email address will not be published. i love dipping bread in Olive oil. It tends to be a heavier, and more of a dense bread than what we are normally used to eating. Uhm, I don't agree with your statement that durum bread keeps for days and days. 15g brewer’s yeast. Same hydratation and same series of folds after mixing. It's great to have your comments. When added to breads, this creamy-colored flour provides a sweet, almost winey aroma. It was a magical combination of flavors that was delightful. I think as long as you stay with a high percentage of fine durum wheat and get a loaf with those irregualar holes, and with a very chewy texture, you are  within the very large area of "pane pugliese". PM stands for "pasta madre", a firm starter (I keep mine at 45% hydratation). Maybe it has to do with the quality of gluten in this flour. The crumb was less open than I expected, but I think this may be characteristic of bread made with mostly durum flour. Traditionally, naans are made with all-purpose flour (maida). Don't miss another issue… weekly recipe ideas, juicy pics, free delivery. It's a nice bread, David, but i disagree with Hamelman's minimal mixing method. (After the first 15 minutes, I continued baking at 425ºF with convection for the remainder of the time.) 1 Fine Durum Atta Flour + extra for dusting Mix with the spiral attachment on low for about 3 minutes. I lack the benefit of having tasted pane pugliese in Italy. Of course they lose some of their softness and become more chewy - for me this is an advantage. You should end up with a cohesive dough that is slightly tacky but very manageable. The crust is crackly and the texture creamy and just plain amazing!. The loaves had a somewhat crisp, chewy crust. He does not describe it further and does not identify it as an Italian-style bread, although it does bring to mind Italian breads made with durum flour. Lay your dough in the basket, seam side down and cover. David, this one is my preferred (on an italian cuisine forum), http://www.panperfocaccia.eu/forum/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=16581, It uses water roux to keep the crumb soft for several days. I found that the stretch and folding resuted in good dough strength, although high extensibility of the dough was remarkable.Â. The second edition of Hamelman's Bread includes 40 new recipes. They have a contact form at the bottom of their main web page for questions, or email:  info@sherbrarmills.com, Durum flour, either whole grain or otherwise, makes good flatbread: tortillas, "chapatis", focaccia, pizza crust. (Bread flour is used in the liquid levain feeding.) Ferment the dough for about 2 hours with stretch and folds at 40 and 80 minutes. It's made with regular wheat flour and durum flour. Hamelman talks about the dough falling apart with prolonged mixing. bye. Durum Bread from Bread by Jeffrey Hamelman. If done right, your family won't realize they are eating 100% whole grain bread or pizza crust. It uses both a yeasted biga and a liquid levain. The dough will be quite loose. It made me wonder about using this bread in other characteristic Italian ways – as garlic bread or toasted and eaten with a hearty ribollito soup. 33 homemade recipes for durum from the biggest global cooking community! I am no expert - most of my cookery and baking books are English or American (I learnt bread making from the P.Reinhart's books), but.... After a little search I found this web site: http://www.panedialtamura.net/index.htm  - this is the official body/institution that dictates the musts/must-nots if one wants to make Pane di Altamura, which is the most famous Apulian bread in Italy, the one most commonly associated with the notion of Pane Pugliese (Pugliese Bread)(Altamura is a little town in Apulia). Mix the biga and ferment for 12-16 hours. You can use the dough to make any pasta you desire, such as farfalle, tagliatelle, or ravioli, using either a pasta machine or rolling out the dough by hand. 1/4 cup warm water (105°F. See more ideas about wheat recipes, recipes, food. Note that we are not talking about pane di Altamura.  Their "Fiber Wala" style has more bran. The formula is the following, -210 gr cold water roux (30 gr durum wheat flour in 180 gr boiling water until you get a  potato mash consistence), -100 gr biga-470 gr durum flour-220 gr water-12 gr salt, You may need a bit more water. s, it's not semolina. I used fine durum flour, and it is very thirsty. Stefano, the crumb doesn't look open because alveolis were really tiny, but the softness was extreme because the raise in volume was incredible. One of the best bread recipes I ever made. I'm referring to bakery-bought bread, not to mine. 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