Multiseed Rye Bread



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This delicious seedy bread recipe, adapted from Brot-Bernd Armbrust
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, is an alternative to your usual white bread. It is a firm, dense bread, but with great taste and packed with flavours. It is particularly good served with homemade nut butter, great as a sanwich or with salads. If you enjoy nutritious real bread, you will love this.

Dough
  • 200 ml Water, boiling
  • 50 g Rye flakes or old-fashioned rolled oats
  • 50 g Flaxseed
  • 50 g Sunflower seed
  • 50 g Pumpkin seed
  • 20 g Fresh yeast
  • 300 ml Water, lukewarm
  • 350 g Bread flour
  • 250 g Dark rye flour
  • 20 g Salt
  • 75 g Rye sourdough starter, 100% hydration
  • 50 g Sesame seed for coating
  1. Place rye flakes and seeds in a bowl. Pour in 200 ml boiling water. Stir until well mixed and leave it aside, covered, for 2-3 hours.
  2. Dissolve the fresh yeast with 300ml lukewarm water in the mixing bowl. Add in soaked mixture, flours, salt and rye starter. Stir at slow speed for 5 minutes, then increase the speed and knead for a further 4 minutes.
  3. Transfer the dough onto a floured work surface. Cover with a towel and proof for about 30 minutes. Fold and stretch the dough every 10 minutes.
  4. Divide the dough into two portions and form each into a boule or baton. Brush the loaves with water and coat with sesame seeds. Place them in a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Cover and proof for 30 minutes. Dust the bread with a little flour and slash the top.
  5. At the same time, fill a baking tray with some water and place it at the bottom of the oven. Preheat the oven to 240C/475F. Once the oven has reached the desired temperature, remove the water and place the bread in the middle of the hot oven and baked for 35-40 minutes.

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88 comments:

Veena Theagarajan 14/4/13 06:24

Bread looks so yummy... These days I hv cravings for Rye bread..

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Guru Uru 14/4/13 08:03

Perfect breakfast my friend :)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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thecompletecookbook 14/4/13 08:36

This is a perfect loaf - could enjoy this every day of the week.
:-) Mandy xo

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 14/4/13 10:58

Splendid and extremely tempting!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Rita Bose 14/4/13 12:34

So yummy and tempting!! :)
http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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Belinda 14/4/13 13:18

When are you going to start selling your breads??

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 14/4/13 13:45

You´re sourdough breads are always so gorgeous Angie! Perfect crusts, and so full of ingredients I love!

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Barbara 14/4/13 14:27

How fabulous, Angie! Love breads that are chock full of grains. They taste divine when toasted!

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What's Baking?? 14/4/13 14:39

I can almost hear the crustiness when you slice through the bread. Perfect bread!

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Ilke 14/4/13 14:40

Such a hardy, dense bread... I am inclining more towards these type of breads now, healthier than fluffy light ones. Looks very nice, Angie.

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Anne Regalado 14/4/13 14:47

Okay , I'll drop by later to get one of that wonderfully delicious rye bread :D Your bread looks perfectly-baked , Angie !

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Ella 14/4/13 15:23

Not too bad that bread. Looks great!

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Priya Suresh 14/4/13 16:26

Wat a prefectly baked bread, looks absolutely stunning and incredible..

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Jeannie Tay 14/4/13 16:36

Hi Angie, I just love all your healthy loaves of bread, they all looks so delicious!

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foodtravelandwine 14/4/13 16:52

I love your bread!.....i want to try it with a home made jam or a good cheese....i love it!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Lenia 14/4/13 19:09

What a healthy bread!I 'd love it with some peanut butter spread on it!
Kisses!

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Jasna Varcakovic 15/4/13 00:18

Looks so rustic and inviting...YUM!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 15/4/13 00:45

What a beautiful loaf, Angie! I love breads rich with nuts and seeds. When does you bakery open? :)

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Debra Eliotseats 15/4/13 02:27

I just ate a piece of plain ol' white bread with peanut butter for dinner. Wish I had had a slice of this bread!

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Beth 15/4/13 02:40

Fantastic! I just posted a bread full of seeds too. Your loaf looks amazing!

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Esther Lau 15/4/13 02:54

What a fabulous and healthy loaf !!!! Hope I can have these bread for breakfast.

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Claudia 15/4/13 02:55

Love that it's dense, real - there's crunch - there's flavor. I am in the mood for this - nothing airy or summery right now. Just dark, warm goodness.

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Tessa 15/4/13 04:55

Beautiful bread Angie!

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Rosita Vargas 15/4/13 05:12

Te ha quedado delicioso y lindo pan saludable me encanta,abrazos y abrazos.

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Susan 15/4/13 06:01

We love Rye bread; I made a multi-grain loaf this weekend with rye flour added. Your breads are so tempting; I wish I lived next door, XOXO

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Mich Piece of Cake 15/4/13 06:04

What a gorgeous loaf, Angie. I don't know how to make a sourdough starter though... do you have a link on where I can get info on how to make that?

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Lite Home Bake 15/4/13 06:18

This loaf of bread looks so beautiful and tasty. Love the rustic look and all the healthy goodness in it. Crunch!

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The Yum List 15/4/13 07:16

I'd like to slather a big blog of almond butter on the bread while it's still hot out of the oven.

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Finla 15/4/13 08:47

A while ago i made a bread like this and loves it but then it was from the book from paul Hollywodd this looks so yumm too.

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Wer SAHM 15/4/13 12:30

Ultimate clicks ......the grains in the laof makes it look so beautiful...

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Barbara Bakes 15/4/13 13:36

What a great looking loaf, especially spread with the nut butter.

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 15/4/13 13:41

I love a hearty dense bread and have never been a big fan of those white slices :) Homemade nut butter and nutty bread - sounds like a complete meal to me! Another beautiful loaf Angie.

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Biren @ Roti n Rice 15/4/13 14:54

That's a gorgeous loaf of bread, Angie! It must be really tasty with all the seeds in there. I also like how you have pressed all those sesame seeds on the top....lovely!

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The Café Sucré Farine 15/4/13 17:28

I'll take a loaf, sliced please, for my lunch sandwich today, it looks fabulous and transports me back to the wonderful bread I ate years ago when working in the Swiss Alps :)

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 15/4/13 17:38

You make the most beautiful breads, Angie! This looks so wholesome and pretty easy. Perfect for sandwiches!

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Natalie G 15/4/13 17:59

What a beautiful bread, I love all of the delicious seeds you used!!

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lena 15/4/13 18:58

i know i would love this bread too!

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Hema 15/4/13 19:35

Lovely bake, looks superb..

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kankana 15/4/13 22:30

Lovely crust on the bread!

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twodogsinthekitchen 15/4/13 22:34

I'm going to have to quit pinning these and start making them. They always look so good. I did a beer cheddar bread today but, it was quite heavy, yours don't look heavy at all.

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Alida 15/4/13 23:50

I love rye bread, so full of flavour, rustic and nutritious. I could live of a bread like this alone for ages!

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Liz Berg 16/4/13 00:40

Oh, Angie, this is the best kind of bread! The seedier, the better! I wish I had a loaf in my kitchen :)

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 16/4/13 01:20

It looks so nice and crusty--and crusty bread is my favorite kind of bread!

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teresa 16/4/13 02:51

beautiful! i bet it made your house smell wonderful!

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Gourmantine 16/4/13 17:01

The bread looks absolutely lovely and so soft inside!

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Caroline - All That I'm Eating 16/4/13 17:16

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 16/4/13 19:52

A nice bread full of seeds is in my favorites. Always impressed with your baking creations. Looks delish!

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Angela Darroch 16/4/13 20:41

You keep tempting me with all these lovely breads - I wish you could come over here and give us some classes.

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 16/4/13 20:59

Your loaves always look better and more nourishing than anything I see in a bakery or otherwise Angie :).

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 17/4/13 00:15

Angie, you must be baking all the time. This looks like a winner, too!

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Reeni Pisano 17/4/13 02:11

Seedy breads are my favorite Angie! This is so rustic and crusty looking - I bet it's great toasted or made into grilled cheese.

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Gourmet Getaway 17/4/13 04:21

I can't get over how good your loaves always look!! You are such a great baker... I always make the same type of bread... so boring compared to you :0!

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Juliana 17/4/13 05:40

Angie, this bread looks so pretty and I love all the seeds in it...they sure gives the bread a nutty flavor and lovely texture...yum!
Thanks for the recipe and hope you are enjoying your week :)

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mjskit 17/4/13 05:55

Wish I had a piece of this bread right now! Can I order a loaf? Delicious!

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Gina Stanley 17/4/13 08:07

Gorgeous as always Angie. Rye flakes, will have to look for those, not sure if I've seen them. You know how much bread and me love each other. Hope you are having a wonderful week.
-Gina-

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Lisa 17/4/13 08:29

You are such a skilled bread baker, Angie..all of your breads could be part of any Artisan Bakery or 5-star restaurant ..in the world! I love combos of seeds on breads and wish I had that loaf for a sandwich tomorrow!

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Amy 17/4/13 08:46

This is a beautiful and healthy loaf. I gotta get some more rye flour to make this. :)

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Katerina 17/4/13 10:06

Angie this is one tasty and healthy loaf of bread! Great color as well!

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Cass @foodmyfriend 17/4/13 15:29

Drool! You make me want to churn up some butter and chow down. Such an amazing looking loaf of bread Angie!

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Spicie Foodie 17/4/13 16:02

Wow Angie your bread is gorgeous! I love all the ingredients and so this wouldn't last very long in my house. Thanks for sharing.

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lisa is cooking 17/4/13 20:51

This looks fabulous spread with nut butter! Perfect for breakfast.

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RavieNomNoms 17/4/13 21:14

I just love seeded bread. This looks awesome, I have no doubt that I would demolish all of this loaf in no time flat! haha

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Daniela Grimburg 18/4/13 00:39

Wow Angie, this bread is the perfect springtime treat!
It looks so crunchy and tasty perfect for breakfast with butter and jam:)

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Stephanie @ Henry Happened 18/4/13 04:34

Your photos are so gorgeous! I love a slice of crusty bread with nut butter, yum.

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Tze @ Awayofmind 18/4/13 09:13

Love the rustic looks of this rye bread! you have tempted me to go and buy rye flour :)

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Jess @ Bakericious 18/4/13 11:19

I love to have some to spread with butter, yum yum!

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 18/4/13 18:49

You bread looks delicious. We buy a seven seed bread that sounds similar. One of our favorite snacks is to toast a slice, spread it with crunchy peanut butter and hot pepper jelly.

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Kitcheninspirations 18/4/13 19:00

I'm always so impressed by your beautiful loaves and this one is no exception, just gorgeous. The crumb looks incredible and the inside looks delightful.

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Julia 19/4/13 03:54

I love rye bread! My childhood favorite! With multi seeds especially. I am yet to conquer the yeast breads though, so I am pinning this to my Bread pinboard!

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Tania @ A Perfect Pantry 19/4/13 04:18

This looks so good. I've been thinking of baking rye bread, so I might give this a go:)

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Jeanette 19/4/13 05:37

There's nothing like fresh baked bread - looks great!

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Dawn Yucuis 19/4/13 05:40

This bread looks wonderful, I love the seeds that you have added.

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Rhonda 20/4/13 06:36

I love everything about this bread!

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Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 20/4/13 13:56

You can consider to open a bakery shop just selling all your healthy bread., I wish you can open one at my area, so I can buy everyday for breakfast , hehehe..

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My Little Space 20/4/13 15:00

Oh goodie...goodie...goodie, the crust of your bread looks amazing! Simply beautiful.
Kristy

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Patty Price 20/4/13 18:14

Beautiful wholesome bread Angie, would love this for my breakfast ;-)

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Stephanie @ henry happened 22/4/13 18:05

the homemade nut butter sounds delicious, I bet they make a really great pair!

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Geni 23/4/13 19:05

You are definitely a bread maven Angie. This loaf looks perfectly crispy and chewy. My mouth is watering!

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Devaki 24/4/13 15:32

Angie, you rule in the world of breads my friend. Hands down! Another spectacular loaf and gorgeous pics as always.

chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Michelle@ Simplifiy, Live, Love 6/5/13 14:03

This bread reminds me so much of my childhood in Germany! I miss German bakeries and their wonderful bread so much. It's beautiful. I might have to give this a try! Thank you for the recipe.

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Oksana 13/5/13 04:44

Love your breads! I have been into bread making myself lately. Love all the whole-grain and healthy ones. :)

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Choclette 14/5/13 08:23

Your rye loaf looks gorgeous. I already add pumpkin, sunflower and flaxseeds to my rye sourdough, but had not though of rye flakes or even oats, so, will try that next week. The flax seeds are a recent addition. I soak them overnight and it gives a lovely texture to the bread.

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Priya 22/7/13 09:31

The bread is baked to perfection and lovely little packing! I bake bread sometimes and i wanna try this one for my husband who loves multi grain ones...

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