Make a dough of flour,
yeast, salt and 3 deciliters of water. Knead for 10 minutes. Divide
the dough in 7 pieces. Make bunnies from 6 pieces, body, head, ears
and paws out of one piece (see picture). Pinch the eggs and put an egg
on the belly of each bunny. Role the remaining dough to 6 strips and
fold them as arms over the egg with each bunny. Put raisins for eyes.
Bake 30 minutes at 200 degrees Celsius. Also tasty when Easter is still far
To make a starter,
mix 3 tablespoons of flour (any of both) and some water until it becomes
a thick mixture. Store at room temperature. Add to this "porridge" twice
a day a tablespoon of flour and some water. After three to four days
the mixture will become bubbly and smells a bit sour, and will be ready
to use. After this, keep it in the fridge and add some flour and water
every day. When you are starting the bread, add the rest of the flour
to the mixture, as well as salt and 4 dl water. The dough may be a little
Liquid than in normal bread. Put in a bread form and let it rise
for 4 hours at least. Bake for 1 hour at 190 degrees Celsius.
Sour dough bread needs
a long preparation. It can be done with rye flour, dark wheat flour,
white flour or a combination of the three. No yeast or sugar is added,
which is especially good for people who are allergic to yeast and sugar.
Once you have a dough, simply take off a cup and use it as the starter
for the next bread. You can already use it the next day.