Saturday, May 15, 2010

BBD # 30 Twisted Breads : Torcetti al Cioccolato



This event is hosted by Natashya of Living in the Kitchen with Puppies I'm sure you all know her: she is such a wonderful baker, cook, reviewer, mother, wife, cheese maker and everything else I'm sure you came across her creativity at least once.


She decided for twisted breads and few days before I had seen this recipe in Genny's blog and we fell in love with them.
This torcetti are not exactly sweet nor salted ..they are both. I remade Genny exact recipe (I always do the first time) but I'm sure they can be varied in many ways.
If you are a wild yeast owner it's a great recipe: you can make it with the leftovers, it doesn't need any raising time and they are just a wonderful snack !




RECIPE :

400 gr sourdough (not refreshed) (I use a 50% sourdough :100gr sourdough,100gr flour,50 gr water)
4 TBS flour
60 gr olive oil
80 gr bittersweet chocolate cut in small pieces
salt
Fleur de sel

Start kneading the oil in the sourdough, add the flour, the chocolate and the salt. Form in any desired shape sprinkle with Fleur de Sel. Bake until nice and crunchy about 20 minutes in a 400° preheated oven.

Please visit Genny for more beautiful photos !!

10 comments:

Julie said...

Beautiful! These sound so delicious.

Jennifer said...

I bet these are wonderful alone, but with the addition of fleur de sel, I bet they are something really special!!!!!

Sorry for my absence lately-work has been SO busy!

Marthe said...

Your twisted breads looks amzing!! Yummy with the chocolate added to them!

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Wow! A wonderful way to use the sourdough!
Fun looking too. Shape can change the whole show.

BICE said...

Ciao Natalia,
che belli i miei non erano venuti proprio uguali....

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Those twisted rolls look great! I bet they are delicious. I love the addition of chocolate.

Cheers,

Rosa

Ivy said...

The twisted breads look amazing and surely tasted great with the chocolate.

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Yum, what a great idea!
Thanks so much for doing the twist with us this month for Bread Baking Day!

Leslie said...

Natalia, you're killing me with all these great breads!

The Blonde Duck said...

Even the name sounds elegant.