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Alastair70

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Haven't bread baked in a while, the sourdough starter has been kept active knocking out pizza dough all summer. Finally got round to doing a Ken Forkish Overnight Country Brown this weekend. Baked in the indoor oven as I was brewing too. Could have done with another 5 minutes in the oven for extra colour but I had to pull it out as it was time to chill the wort and pitch.

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Haven't bread baked in a while, the sourdough starter has been kept active knocking out pizza dough all summer. Finally got round to doing a Ken Forkish Overnight Country Brown this weekend. Baked in the indoor oven as I was brewing too. Could have done with another 5 minutes in the oven for extra colour but I had to pull it out as it was time to chill the wort and pitch.

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Looks good to me athumb..
Currently waiting for my SD loaf to finish rising - about another 30mins to go I reckon...

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Decided to make rolls for a change... and in case you're wondering where the twelfth one is... it's on a plate, slathered in butter Mmmmmmmmmm

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They look great.

Out of interest - Did you need to adjust the temperature or timing for the rolls compared to say a full sized cob / loaf ?
 

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They look great.
:hat: Thanks - yes, I'm pleased with those (first attempt too).
Went well with dinner, and I'm thinking they will freeze easier than a loaf.

Out of interest - Did you need to adjust the temperature or timing for the rolls compared to say a full sized cob / loaf ?
I left the temp the same but reduced the timing... I gave these 10 mins at 220ºc fan plus 15 mins at 200c and they seemed about right...

(incidentally the dough was 1kg of flour, 600ml warmed milk, 1tbsp melted butter and 20g salt - for a dozen rolls)
 
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