I have been searching for 100% whole wheat sourdough bread recipes but haven't found any. Does any one have one - preferably for a bread machine?
By plm5087 from California
I've begun tweaking my recipes to accomodate a husband who has decided he only wants 100% whole wheat bread and find I can use the ww alone if I add vital gluten and dough enhancer to the mix. I haven't done sourdough yet (because I don't like it and I should get SOMETHING my way!) but feel sure you could do it the same way. I would just use a regular sourdough recipe and add those 2 things. I use a bread machine but for 100% ww recipes I take them out of the machine and let rise in the oven because it takes longer for 100% ww to rise than the machine allows. Almost nobody makes 100% ww anything but I make all the bread we eat that way: sandwich, breakfast bread, dinner rolls, pizza crust, and hamburger buns.
Here are a couple... but not bread machine specific:
I have been making this recipe for a long time. I use the whole wheat dough setting on my machine. If you don't have a ww dough setting just use the regular.Sourdough Wheat Bread
3/4 cup warm milk
2T oil (I use olive oil)
2T sugar or honey
1 T salt
3 cups ww flour
1/4 cup gluten
2 tsp dry yeast
Put in bread machine in the proper order for your machine. When the dough cycle is done take the dough out punch down and put in bread pan. Let rise. Bake 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
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