Germany isn’t all about sausages and beer— they’re also known for incredible bread!
Kassler bread has the most saturated rye aroma and taste while still having that incredible wheat-tender crumb. It has its origins in Kassel and is now widespread not only in other regions of Germany but all over the world.
This classic bread made from two types of flour is a great addition to first courses.
The ingredients that are used to make Kassler bread are quite minimalistic. Ingredients include sourdough starter, salt, wheat flour (two-thirds), rye flour (one-third).
This wonderfully soft bread has a ruddy crust and an exceptional aroma, making it a great choice for sandwiches with cottage cheese, hummus, onion, and egg.