DELICIOUS Seeded Rye Bread Recipe | Anna Olson Archives

  • Published on Jun 25, 2019
  • Chef Anna Olson bakes delicious Seeded Rye Bread that will have your mouth watering like never before! Follow along with the recipe below and you'll be in bread heaven in no time!
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    Makes two 9 ½ -x-5 ¼ -inch pullman loaves
    2 ½ cups (300 g) dark or medium rye flour, plus extra for sprinkling
    1 ¼ cups (310 mL) lukewarm water
    2 Tbsp (30 mL) starter (from Pain de Campagne recipe) (OR 1 tsp instant yeast & 1 tsp honey)
    1 tsp (3 g) ground black pepper
    ½ tsp (1.5 g) ground cardamom
    3 cups (140 g) torn-up pieces of day-old bread, including crusts (white or rye bread)
    hot water, to cover
    5 cups (750 g) bread flour
    1 ½ cups (180 g) dark or medium rye flour
    2 ¼ tsp (8 g) dry instant yeast
    ½ cup (125 mL) coffee, room temperature
    ½ cup (125 mL) extra liquid from the soaker
    bread from the soaker (above)
    2 Tbsp (30 mL) blackstrap molasses
    1 Tbsp (15 g) salt
    1 cup (170 g) cooked wheat, spelt or rye kernels (“berries”)
    1 cup (150 g) roasted, unsalted sunflower seeds
    1 cup (150 g) roasted, unsalted pumpkin seeds
    ¼ cup (40 g) flaxseeds
    1 egg whisked with 2 Tbsp (30 mL) water
    sunflower, pumpkin and flax seeds, for sprinkling
    1. For the starter, stir the rye flour, water, starter (or yeast and honey), black pepper and cardamom until it makes a thick paste. Sprinkle a little rye flour on top (this prevents a crust from forming), wrap the bowl in plastic wrap and leave on he counter for at least 14 hours.
    2. For the soaker, place the torn up bread pieces in a bowl and cover with boiling water. Let sit until cooled to room temperature. Squeeze out the bread and set aside and reserve ½ cup (125 mL) of the liquid for the final dough.
    3. For the final dough, place the bread flour, rye flour and yeast in the bowl and give it a quick stir. Add all of the starter, coffee, reserved soaker liquid and the squeezed out bread, molasses and salt and mix this on low speed for 5 minutes, then add the cooked grain kernels, sunflower, pumpkin and flax seeds and continue to mix on low speed for an additional 10 minutes (the dough will be sticky). Cover the bowl (or place in a separate bowl) with plastic wrap and let rise for just 30 minutes.
    4. Turn the dough out onto a generously floured work surface, dust the dough with flour and divide it in half. Flatten each piece and then roll up in a loaf shape. Place each loaf in a greased 9-x-5-inch (2L) loaf pan and cover them with a tea towel, letting them rise for an hour.
    5. Preheat the oven to 350 F (180 C). Brush each of the loaves with eggwash and sprinkle with seeds. Use a serrated knife to cut a line down the length of the loaf. Bake the loaves for an hour, until the top is a deep brown. Immediately turn the loaves out of their tins to cool completely on a cooling rack.
    The loaves can be enjoyed fresh, or kept for a few days, well wrapped (they make great toast)
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Comments • 71

  • sunflower yap
    sunflower yap 28 days ago

    Beautiful lady😊

  • nag139
    nag139 Month ago

    Daled bread
    Lukewarm water
    300 grams rye flour
    Ground cadramom
    3 grams black pepper
    750 grams bread flour
    Instant yeast
    Black strat mossaless
    150 grams pumpkin seeds
    Wheat berries
    Egg wash
    Bake for 1 hour
    3 cups grated cheese
    Chilli powder
    Wosterschire souce
    3 tablespoons milk
    Bake for few hours
    Serve the bread on the plate

  • Mubarakka Z
    Mubarakka Z 2 months ago

    😋😋😋😋 love everything you dooo Chef .. You are a true inspiration and Legend ..
    been Following you since 2014 and I used to download the First season of OH YUM and I have all the episodes..😋😋😋

  • Thitichaya Tophothai
    Thitichaya Tophothai 2 months ago

    How to make a French starter ?

  • mariam kamal
    mariam kamal 2 months ago

    Splendid. I think it needs a sunny side egg to be crowned on top of it

  • Chua Wei Hong Ian
    Chua Wei Hong Ian 2 months ago

    I am sooooo jealous... it looks too delicious.

  • Ardemis Aguirre
    Ardemis Aguirre 2 months ago

    Wow 😮 awesome 👏

  • Jill Pritchard
    Jill Pritchard 2 months ago

    Looks so deyummylicious!!!

  • Kitchen Practical
    Kitchen Practical 2 months ago

    Extremely insightful....looking forth to returning.

  • Ararat Pstrosyan
    Ararat Pstrosyan 2 months ago

    You have a gold hands Anna. I love your channell

  • antonio diaz
    antonio diaz 2 months ago

    What i most love on this video its the last 5 seconds love from México

  • Martha Asami
    Martha Asami 2 months ago

    Yes, it looks fantastic!

  • Nasi j
    Nasi j 2 months ago +1

    Well I realized Making bread needs art and magic!

  • derrp girl
    derrp girl 2 months ago +1

    You make it look easy to make this

  • mortal orphan
    mortal orphan 2 months ago +1


  • laura sanchez
    laura sanchez 2 months ago +1

    Yum Yum 😋

  • farhan khan
    farhan khan 2 months ago +1


  • nikka14
    nikka14 2 months ago

    Hello, what is the soaker for?

  • Hammy Technoid
    Hammy Technoid 2 months ago +3

    That looks so delicious, you could turn your kitchen into a restaurant .... *YUM YUM YUM YUM!!!!*

    • Hammy Technoid
      Hammy Technoid 2 months ago

      @Oh Yum with Anna Olson What was I thinking...? The *YUM YUM* got the better of me lol

    • Oh Yum with Anna Olson
      Oh Yum with Anna Olson  2 months ago +1

      Then who would make these videos? :)

  • Dave Gioiosa
    Dave Gioiosa 2 months ago +1

    Great Web Site.......!

  • Andi Iriany
    Andi Iriany 2 months ago +1

    I don't know if the day old bread can be a new flavour of delicious bread,thank you anna😘you're the best

  • sandal sandalf
    sandal sandalf 2 months ago +1

    Thanks Anna for this delicious bread....

  • Annileeze
    Annileeze 2 months ago +3

    Anna, you don’t know how much you and Ina Garten have influenced my love of cooking. My family and friends come over for dinner, birthdays and holidays and are always so appreciative of the show-stopping spread I lay out. They go around the table and say “This is delicious!! Is this from Anna or Ina??” 😂
    Love you! ❤️

  • GolDreadLocks
    GolDreadLocks 2 months ago +3

    Hi Anna!
    Rye bread is my favourite bread! I make mine with caraway seed(Hungarian method)! I am looking forward to trying this recipe!
    Btw, my kids asked me if we could make 1 recipe of yours each day of summer vacation, I am going to be veerrryy busy!! Lol!
    Thanks for all your good ideas!

  • Heshw Raswl
    Heshw Raswl 2 months ago +1

    Good job lady i love you 😘😘

  • christine yap
    christine yap 2 months ago +1

    Nice recipe 👍
    Looking so delicious 😋
    Lovely ~ thanks again beautiful ANNA 💗👍always love you 💗

  • Harriet in the kitchen
    Harriet in the kitchen 2 months ago +1

    OH WOW

  • Geetha Sandran
    Geetha Sandran 2 months ago +1


  • Glucose Galore
    Glucose Galore 2 months ago +1

    Sourdough bread please 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  • Rainbow Learning Songs
    Rainbow Learning Songs 2 months ago +3

    My sweet Anna! Best recepie ever! Big kiss from Ralu 🍨🍓🎂😘

  • Susan M. Meyer
    Susan M. Meyer 2 months ago +8

    Looks delicious, Anna! Totally love melted cheese on bread! Love your channel! ❤🙏🇨🇦

  • Narinder kaur
    Narinder kaur 2 months ago +3

    I really really really love your vids

  • wadeed wahaaj
    wadeed wahaaj 2 months ago +1

    looking sooo nice

  • Ronald Tongol
    Ronald Tongol 2 months ago

    Wow anna I'm a big fan of any kind of bread specially German and French breads😍

  • Ish Melo
    Ish Melo 2 months ago +3

    Anna, can you also make a fool proof plain loaf bread or sourdough bread please 🙏🏽

  • Aurel Sheremetaj
    Aurel Sheremetaj 2 months ago

    anna please can you tell me what is rye flour and where i can buy it

    • Elle P
      Elle P 2 months ago

      @Aurel Sheremetaj your welcome.

    • Aurel Sheremetaj
      Aurel Sheremetaj 2 months ago

      @Elle P thank you so much

    • Elle P
      Elle P 2 months ago +1

      Rye is a type of grain, it is different from spelt and wheat. Not all flour mills will grind it, so finding it can be hard. My mom gets it from the mill so if you can't I imagine a health food store might carry it (unless you have an awesome grocery store). If not you can always look on the internet (Amazon has almost everything).

  • kay mohamad
    kay mohamad 2 months ago +1

    I love it yummy yummy

  • FitAngie
    FitAngie 2 months ago +4

    What a wonderful seeded Rye bread Anna, I love the starter you made. Wow I love it, thank you for your videos ❤️

  • Emily BH
    Emily BH 2 months ago +2

    Adding brine from garlic/dill half sour pickles tastes great in Rye bread.

  • Karla Laine
    Karla Laine 2 months ago +3

    Oh Yum!!❤❤

  • Jocina Kujna
    Jocina Kujna 2 months ago

    Thanks 🌴🍉 jocina Kujna 🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉🍉