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Volcano Bread??? Spicy Jalepeno Pepper Sourdough

I have a new recipe! It’s delicious! Spicy Jalepeno Pepper Sourdough is the name of it. I started out with a preferment the night before. Next morning I put the preferment into the mixer and added the rest of the ingredients. I let the dough bulk ferment five hours:

preferment

I then poured it out and divided the dough into three pieces. Next, I let the dough rest a little and then pulled it out into a rectangle. I had 8 oz of Jalepeno Cheese cut into large chunks and I put half of the cheese onto the rectangle. I used 8 oz of Jalepeno Cheese for each loaf. Then I folded the dough into thirds:

fold

folding

folding

Then I flattened it out again slightly, and put the rest of the cheese on top, and continued to fold the dough into thirds again.

folding

folding into thirds

When it was done, it was a pretty fat lump. I let it rest a little and then coaxed it into a longer loaf.

lump

dough in couche

I put the dough into the couche and then proofed two more hours.

Here is what I got, this is the first loaf:

first loaf

Here is the second loaf:

second loaf

Here is the third loaf:

third loaf

Here are some closeups:

closeups

closeup

Here is a picture of the crumb:

crumb

My lighting source was the fading, setting sun, not so good, but maybe it helps the bread look like a volcano! 

I will be adding this recipe to the Special Recipe Folder.

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