• Sourdough bread

    January 21, 2019mayurisjikoni

    EVENT:FOODIEMONDAY/BLOGHOP THEME:#179 FOODMAGBEST When Seema who blogs at Mildy Indian suggested the above theme, I didn’t even want to know what the other choices were. I like something that jolts me from my comfort zone and this was just the right theme. Basically for this theme we could prepare any dish and then work on the photography or presentation, pretending that its for a magazine cover. How exciting would that be in reality. In reality I would not be the one photographing the food or working on the presentation. I would have to just cook the recipe. Well, we all can wish for anything dear to our heart. Before I go into the recipe, I must mention that Seema has had the opportunity to stay…

     
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  • 721. Sourdough Pita Bread

    October 29, 2017mayurisjikoni

    Happy with my “Princess”    A weird title, right? Well, Princess is the name I’ve given my sourdough starter. At first I thought it like a weird idea to name the starter. Everyone who successfully makes a sourdough starter at home names it. I was wondering why. Now I know. You actually nuture it like a pet. Feed it and make sure its in the optimum environment.     Most days Princess is happy sitting idle in the fridge but on occasions I take her out and actually make something. This time round I made sourdough pita bread. I used a combination of wheat and plain flours. The pita bread turned out super yummy. I love the slight sour taste and did I mention it was…

     
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  • 715. Cinnamon Raisin Sourdough Bread#BreadBakers

    October 10, 2017mayurisjikoni

    Cinnamon Raisin Sourdough Bread#BreadBakers Breads with Preferments      When Karen of Karen’s Kitchen Stories announced breads with levain, I was excited. Here was a theme that was going to push me to make my own sourdough starter. We were allowed to use other starters like biga, poolish, soakers, tangzhong etc. I left those options if only I failed with the sourdough.      Last year my brother in law from Nairobi had given me a bit of the starter from his batch. I brought it back to Mombasa and fed it till it was nice and bubbly. I tried making a sourdough bread and the mass of dough was just too unmanageable for me. The bread failed in a big (major!) way. The sourdough went…

     
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