Pumpkin and Whey Wheat Bread

From sandwiches to french toast this orange pumpkin loaf with subtle sweetness and a delicate crumb from the whey is a fun bread to make at home.
By Swathi Iyer

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One good thing about making bread at home is that you get varieties of bread which are not easily available in the store. I did overnight bulk fermentation with this dough which means that day before baking I made the bread dough and then refrigerated it overnight. The next morning I took it and left it out for 2 hours and then shaped into a boule, kept it for another 2 hours and then baked it. This recipe was adapted from Dan Lapard’s Pumpkin whey bread . As usual I modified the recipe with 60 % whole wheat flour and 40% white flour.

Pumpkin provided golden yellow color and subtle sweetness. Whey did an amazing job of making the bread very soft and moist. It makes delicious toast, just add butter. The crust is very delicate and its crumb is really moist. This pumpkin whey whole wheat bread makes excellent sandwich bread too. Slice and serve with your favorite ham, cheese etc.

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Pumpkin and Whey Wheat Bread
 
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From sandwiches to french toast this orange pumpkin loaf with subtle sweetness and a delicate crumb from the whey is a fun bread to make at home.
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Recipe Type: Baking
Serves: 1 loaf
Ingredients
  • 225g Canned Pumpkin puree
  • 225ml whey
  • 3.5 g Instant yeast
  • 25ml olive oil
  • 300g Whole wheat flour
  • 200g bread flour
  • 2.5 tsp salt
  • Oil, for kneading
  • Flour, for shaping
Instructions
  1. In bowl add both flour, salt, yeast and mix well.
  2. add oil, pumpkin puree and whey to make smooth dough
  3. Transfer to well greased container and keep it in the refrigerator for overnight for bulk fermentation.
  4. Next morning take out the dough and set aside for 2 hours to bring back the dough to room temperature.
  5. Then shape them into a boule and set aside for 2 hours for proofing. I don’t have banneton in my hand so used a plastic colander as my proofing basket.
  6. At end of proofing time preheat the oven for 425 F. Then you are ready to bake score and bake it in a preheated oven for 45 minutes or until the loaf register internal temperature of 200F.
  7. Cool completely and slice.
 

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