Home-baked rye bread in 5 minutes - The rye cup recipe
Easiest rye bread with sourdough
|Step 1: Mix a sourdough or get it from your baker, colleague or a good friend.|
|Step 2: Stir the rye bread dough together in 5 minutes of sourdough, water, rye flour, rye kernels, wheat flour, salt, syrup and e.g. linseed, pumpkin and sunflower seeds.|
|Step 3: Raises in shape for the next day. Baked in 75 minutes at 190 degrees|
- Working time 5 minutes
- Withdrawal time 1 day
- Baking time 75 minutes
Rugkop's recipe is the easiest rye bread recipe for anyone who wants to start baking sourdough rye bread. The recipe uses the sourdough cup as a measuring cup. 1 cup = 5 dl.
- Rye flour
- Cracked rye kernels
- Wheat flour
- Sunflower seeds
- Pumpkin seeds
- Syrup, honey or sugar
Here's how you do it:
- In a mixing bowl, mix your sourdough (recipe below) with 1.5 cups of water, 1 cup of rye flour, 1 cup of broken rye kernels and 1 cup of wheat flour. Stir for a short time.
- Save sourdough for next baking: Mix 1/4 cup of dough from the mixing bowl with 1/4 cup of water. This is your new sourdough for the next time you bake.
- In the mixing bowl, add 1 tablespoon of salt, 3 tablespoons of syrup (or honey/sugar) and 3-4 dl of mixed seeds from, for example, 1 dl of sunflower, 1 dl of pumpkin and 1 dl of linseed. The consistency should be like oatmeal.
- Fill the dough in a greased 3-liter mold or two smaller molds. Make the surface abundantly wet. Let it rise, covered, for at least 8 hours, until it has risen 1-2 cm. Rye bread can rise too short, but not too long. Try for up to 24 hours and taste how the good sour taste becomes more evident.
- Bake at 190 degrees for 75 min. Ideal core temperature is 97 degrees. Take the bread out of the tin immediately and let it cool on a baking rack.
Recipe for sourdough :
- Mix 1.5 dl water with 0.5 dl wheat flour, 0.5 dl whole wheat flour and 0.5 rye flour in the rye cup or a container with a loose lid.
- Leave it at room temperature for 4 days. Stir it daily. It should bubble a little and smell sour. If it does not, it must be left for a few more days. Read more about sourdough here.