The recipe is to be found here, on John’s beautiful blog, The Lost World of Drfugawe. I am only posting the weight of the ingredients in grams, so that I don’t have to figure it out again next time I bake these little rolls.
To make 12 of them, you need:
244 g milk, scalded
36 g butter (I used almond oil)
25 g sugar (which is less than the original amount)
3 g salt
1 egg, well beaten
70 g, mature white starter
450 g unbleached all-purpose flour
They looked very appealing and they were quite tasty. Next time I’ll try to bake them free-form instead of using muffin cups… Thanks for the recipe, John!
Thanks for the honor of your attribution, and for trying Feather Beds – I served them at Thanksgiving dinner, and everybody loved them. Yours are prettier than mine!
Thanks for this post. I went back and looked at your post about the banana feather breads and had to try them.
Amazing and delicious–the best bread I ever made. I was inspired by your shaping, and while mine was not as rustically beautiful as yours, I'm pleased with the result which you can see at http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2668/4145470359_9af701c9d8.jpg
@John, the Feather Beds were a hit here too. I could have made twice as many!
@JanKnitz, your bread is gorgeous! May I post the picture on Farine?