The Bread Exchange x Eat In My Kitchen – Roast Apricots on Turmeric Bread

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The Bread Exchange x Eat In My Kitchen

Over the next few months, The Bread Exchange will be featuring and collaborating with some of the interesting people we’ve met over the years and have in some way, shape or form been connected to or inspired by The Bread Exchange project.
One of the people we have recently started a collaboration with is Meike Peters, the creator of food blog eat in my kitchen. Meike’s passionate about food and gathering with friends for a great meal and good wine – my kind of lady!
She creates delicious recipes inspired by her mother, her time in Malta and her home city of Berlin. Each month, I will be baking a sour dough loaf to compliment the ingredients Meike chooses for her monthly sandwich.
Roast Apricots on Turmeric Bread By Meike Peters 

Last winter Malin asked me if I would like to test cook a couple of the recipes for her first cooking book which will be published this autumn. I cooked, baked and savored, they were all delicious and worked out perfectly – it will be so exciting to have the final The Bread Exchange book in my hands!

Now it’s time to talk about sandwiches! Malin suggested starting off with her Moonraker Sourdough, a turmeric and honey bread which she created a couple years ago. It’s originally made with dried apricots but she left them out this time. This glowing yellow loaf of bread with a strong spice aroma is inspired by the colour palette of the famous 70′s Bond movie which gave it its name. Look at the colour and texture of this beautiful bread, imagine turmeric and the best sourdough bread you’ve ever eaten and you will have an idea of what I had on my kitchen table! As most of you won’t be able to find a turmeric bread I will involve the flavours that Malin uses in her bread creations for my sandwiches, so you just have to get (or bake) the best sourdough bread you can find in town and then you can start!

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Here’s our first eat in my kitchen x The Bread Exchange sandwich creation, fresh apricots roasted with thyme, cardamom and turmeric in honey olive oil together with maple syrup and cardamom crème fraîche on thick slices of turmeric sourdough bread! This sandwich is wonderfully aromatic, juicy and fruity, the spices are present but not overpowering. If you don’t have a loaf of bread at hand you could also pack the roast fruits on vanilla ice, this is just as good!

My next sandwich cooperation with Malin will be next month, I don’t know what she’ll bring to my kitchen but I can’t wait to enjoy another one of her creations!

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Roast Cardamom Apricots on Turmeric Bread

For 4 open sandwiches you need:
sourdough bread, 1 loaf, cut into thick slices
fresh apricots, cut in half, 6
honey 1 tablespoon
olive oil 1 tablespoon
turmeric 1/4 teaspoon
cardamom 1/4 teaspoon
thyme 10 small sprigs
coarse sea salt

For the spread
crème fraîche or cream cheese 150g / 5.5 ounces
maple syrup 1 teaspoon
a pinch of cardamom
a pinch of salt
Set the oven to 230°C / 450°F.

Warm up the honey in a sauce pan and whisk in the olive oil, turmeric and cardamom. Coat the apricots with the honey olive oil, sprinkle with sea salt and spread on a baking dish (cut side up). Lay the thyme on top and roast in the oven for 8 minutes, turn the fruits around and bake for another 2 minutes.

Whisk the ingredients for the spread till creamy, season to taste and spread on the slices of bread. Put 3 apricot halves on each slice, gently as they are soft. Sprinkle with a couple roast thyme sprigs.

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You can find more of Meike Peters recipes on her blog eat in my kitchen


Helly ParsonsThe Bread Exchange x Eat In My Kitchen – Roast Apricots on Turmeric Bread

2 Comments on “The Bread Exchange x Eat In My Kitchen – Roast Apricots on Turmeric Bread”

  1. Helly Parsons

    We’re looking forward to more deliciously colourful sandwich ideas too Meike!

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