TWD: Baking With Julia – Sesame Semolina Bread

by Jessica on July 17, 2012

Sesame Semolina Bread from My Baking Heart

While this loaf requires quite a bit of rising time (6+ hours), it’s most certainly an easy one to put together. Just a bit of yeast, a few cups of flour, a little water, salt and olive oil and that’s it! I did take a little bit of liberty and add the sesame seeds to the top. Just mist the loaf with water and sprinkle them over before placing in the oven to bake. Once ready, it reminded me of the Sesame Semolina that Panera Bread uses on their Napa Almond Chicken Salad sandwich. Delicious!

And for yesterday’s breakfast? It was absolutely wonderful toasted… as a side to an egg-white omelette and freshly sliced peaches. Lucky for me, there’s 3/4 of the loaf left! ;)

Sesame Semolina Bread from My Baking Heart

Renee of The Way to My Family’s Heart and Anna of Keep it Luce are our hostesses for the week. Check out either of their blogs for the original recipe and for a list of baking beauties that participated, click over to the ‘Leave-Your-Link’ post!

Sesame Semolina Bread (pg. 102-103)
Adapted from: Baking With Julia by Dorie Greenspan

Sesame Semolina Bread from My Baking Heart

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 yummychunklet July 17, 2012 at 4:15 pm

Your loaf looks very delicious and delicate. Great post!

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2 cindy July 18, 2012 at 5:13 pm

This was a yummy loaf, we loved it! The addition of sesame seeds is a great idea.

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3 smarkies July 18, 2012 at 6:17 pm

That looks like one beautiful loaf. Well done!

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4 Mary Hirsch July 19, 2012 at 8:15 am

Most of us liked this, Jessica, although I admit to it being somewhat “plain and unassuming”. But I loved the color, pale but warm, huh? Like your sesame seeds. Unfortunately, for my hips, I love it as toast, sandwiches, and just because and have eaten 3/4 of the loaf so far. Yours looks beautiful.

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5 Cher July 20, 2012 at 5:59 am

I really wish I had tried some of this toasted – it looks like perfect toast bread.

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