Toasted Black Sesame Sourdough

Toasted Black Sesame Sourdough

Submitted by Anne-Marie B on August 2, 2015 – 2:14am.

I’ve had my eye on this one for a while and finally got round to it this weekend. A savoury loaf made with Spelt and Semolina. The sesame flavour is strong, but not overpowering. The dough was soft but after umpteen folds, I thought it looked strong enough. I let the boule rise overnight in the fridge again and it looked a bit flat by the morning. But once it was in the oven, it came into its own. It makes a great sandwich with smoked black forest ham and a sharp aged cheese.

The recipe stated coarse semolina, but I had only fine semolina on hand, so that is what I used. I also used whole spelt flour and did not grind the toasted sesame seeds too finely. If you find the flavour of the sesame oil too strong, just use a few drops instead of the 10 drops suggested. I also added a teaspoon of malt extract.

Recipe here:

http://frenchnyonya.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/sesamespelt-semolina-and-sourdough.html