Chocolate and Cherry Sourdough
Inclusions, such as dried fruit, nuts, pressure-cooked grains, purees, herbs, and more, can be added to a recipe to enhance a bread’s flavor and appearance. The inclusion combinations you can add to a dough are virtually limitless and a source of endless creative possibilities. Our Chocolate and Cherry Sourdough is a perfect example of how additions like these can transform a recipe.
By adding cherries, we have taken the beloved combination of bread and chocolate in a new direction. A variation of our Sourdough Master Recipe, this dough is only moderately sweet; the natural sourness of the dough tempers the sweet character of the inclusions. Given how many taste testers were waiting when these loaves came out of the oven, it’s a captivating combination (and a team favorite). As a bonus, the bake-proof chocolate chips remain melted for a good while (while still holding their shape), adding to the indulgence of each bite. It’s a crowd-pleaser every time we make it.
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