Semolina Bread

Preparation info

  • Dough Yield: About


    loaves at 1.5 lb each
    • Difficulty


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By Jeffrey Hamelman

Published 2004

  • About

A High Percentage of Durum Flour gives this bread a soft golden color, quite attractive to behold. Lightly toasting the sesame seeds for 5 or 6 minutes at 380°F and mixing them in with the dough adds a pronounced nuttiness to the flavor of the bread, but they are an optional ingredient and can be left out of the dough entirely. Sesame seeds can also be used to coat the outer surface of the bread by pressing the top of the loaf in a wet cloth once it has been shaped, then pressing it into a