Easy Sunflower Seed Baguette Recipe that Rivals a Parisian Baguette
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For these sunflower seed baguettes, we used our master recipe for Pain a l’ancienne French bread. It gets it’s name by referring to an ancient way of making bread by allowing it to raise for a long time in a cold place. Making up a batch of dough is quick and easy.
The dough is refrigerated overnight which allows the bread to rise slowly, improving the flavor, and creating a dough that doesn’t need much kneading. The bread has a nutty, buttery taste. This recipe makes two baguettes that can be baked on different days, anytime in the next four days. The bread is truley incredible, with a soft interior and a crusty exterior.