Sunday, March 18, 2012

Spelt Sourdough Flatbreads with Mango

500 g active whole wheat sourdough starter (hydration 100%)
1000 g whole grain spelt flour
100 g wholemeal buckwheat flakes (if you don't have flakes reduce the amount of water to 644 g)
744 g water
In a large mixing bowl combine the ingredients and set aside for 1 hour. Then mix in:
22 g salt
Cover and let ferment at room temperature for 1 hour.* Then refrigerate for 8 hours. Remove the dough from the refrigerator and preheat your oven to 500F with a baking/pizza stone. Prepare about 170 g dried mango slices and chop them.
Divide the dough into about 21 pieces and form into balls (similar to the size of your clenched fist).

Roll out a ball into a circle and place the dried mango slices in the center.
Pull the edges of the dough to wrap the mango slices.
Let the filled balls settle for 3 to 4 minutes before rolling them.

Next turn the oven to high broil.
Place 3 flat breads on the baking stone at a time. I take 6-7 minutes to bake breads ; they should be golden brown both sides.
To give the oven the chance to get heated again to max, you should wait 3 minutes before baking the next flat bread.
Submitted to Yeastspotting. 


*If you want to cook the breads in a skillet (a pancake skillet works great) - do not ferment the dough in the refrigerator - just leave it at room temperature for 1 to 2 hours. You should form smaller balls and roll out circles thinner.  Heat the skillet  over medium-high heat and cook the breads without any fat.(I baked this way only the breads not filled with the mango slices).

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