Step by step recipe:
- 30 min.The day before baking, or even a several days beforehand, cook the sausages in the oven at 360°F (180°C). The sausages should be nicely browned and, if there are any cooking juices, keep these for adding to the recipe later.
Leave the sausages to cool, then wrap in plastic film and keep refigerated until needed for the dough.
- 10 min.
- 3 min.Next day, drain the onions...
- ...and collect the wine they have soaked in.
- 5 min.
- 4 min.Cut the sausages into slices or small dice.
- 10 min.Put into a food-mixer bowl: 500 g plain white flour (French Type 65), 9 g salt, 15 g yeast, 100 g Soured dough (if possible) and then add the onion-flavoured wine.
If you collected any sausage cooking juices, now is the time to add them.
Knead on slow speed for 10 minutes.
Note: For the best way to knead, see: A few tips for effective kneading at home.
- 2 min.Add the onions and sausage, then knead for a further 2 minutes until these are mixed in.
- 2 min.Gather the dough into a rough ball and transfer to a large clean bowl.
- 1 hour 30 min.Cover with a plastic sheet and leave to rest at room temperature for 1 hour 30 minutes.
- 5 min.After resting, turn the dough out onto the work surface and cut into lumps of about 1 lb (500 g).
- 2 hoursShape into medium-sized loaves and lay in proving baskets.
Cover once more with a plastic sheet and leave to rest for 2 hours.
- 35 min.
- Leave to cool on a wire or wooden cooling rack.
Your Roscoff loaf is done.