Multigrain Bread: BBA Challenge

Print Friendly and PDF
Today we made the 20th bread in the Bread Baker's Apprentice Challenge: Multigrain Bread Extraordinare. This bread definitely lives up to its name. It's a delicious and healthy bread. It tastes great toasted or with just butter. I haven't tried it with PB&J yet, but I'm sure it will taste yummy! It tastes particularly good with citrus marmalade.

This multigrain formula utilizes a soaker that is prepared the night before you plan to make the bread. I used a soaker of polenta, rolled oats, and wheat bran. The formula provides other options for the soaker but these are the ingredients I had readily available so that is what I used. When I make this bread again, I think I'll substitute quinoa or millet for the polenta and possibly buckwheat for the rolled oats. It might be awhile though - we've got 23 more breads to go... Oh dear! So many breads, so little time...

Back to the soaker... It only takes a few minutes to prepare the soaker, then you just leave it on the counter to, well soak. I prepared the soaker before bed, then left it on the counter all night until I was ready to bake the next evening after work. I made the bread in one evening. It's a very easy dough to work with!

multigrain-bread

 

This is a delicious bread that’s easy to make.  It works well for sandwiches and makes a wonderful toast with butter or jam.  I’ll definitely make this one again.

 

This bread has been YeastSpotted in the weekly bread roundup hosted by Susan of Wild Yeast.

 

Happy baking!

Cathy

7 comments:

  1. What a nice loaf. The texture looks really good. I bet it sure was yummy with marmalade!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thanks Mimi! I really enjoyed this bread (and the marmalade).

    ReplyDelete
  3. I love multigrain bread for its versatility -- great with everything, sweet and savory. THis one looks nice and soft, lovely!

    ReplyDelete
  4. This multigrain bread is definitely versatile and very easy! Not to mention delicious!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Multigrain Breads are always great! And the crumb of your bread looks perfect to me!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I've been making this bread for 20 years (starting with Reinhart's "Brother Juniper" book) and it is wonderful bread. I add Quinoa (soaked) and sunflower seeds to the mix as well--really adds flavor.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Yum! I bet soaked Quinoa and sunflower seeds would be great in this bread! Thanks for sharing.

    ReplyDelete

You might also enjoy...

Related Posts with Thumbnails