Guest Post: The Dough Collective

This week has been super hectic, and writing for me has been intense, so, instead of hearing the drab, tired voice of yours truly, I want to give you an incredible guest post and recipe courtesy of a delicious new bakery opened in Sydney, called The Dough Collective!

This bakery is fast rising to be one of the most popular in Sydney, and considering its delicious range of freshly baked goods, there is no way I am surprised! I hope you enjoy this mes cheris! Now excuse me as I go enjoy all of Mothers Day with my ma!!

Hope you all have a wonderful Mothers Day too! I promise a proper post to come soon 🙂

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The chefs at The Dough Collective on Sydney’s George Street have perfected a unique yeasting process which allows the sweetness of the bread to occur naturally meaning sugar content is low.

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Ingredients are sourced from all over the world and are used to create unique flavour combinations such as pumpkin and cream cheese bread, cheese and shallot scones and Belgium chocolate and red wine toast.

Whilst The Dough Collective’s methods aren’t easy to re-create at home, the master bakers have provided a basic but tasty bread recipe so your readers can have a go in the comfort of their own kitchen.

SONY DSCLook at all these various breads you can make with the recipe below, it is quite incredible! Trust me when I say this bread, regardless of how you use the base, is simply delicious! 

We hope you enjoy the recipe below!

Garlic BaguetteIf you want to actively visit The Dough Collective, here is a bit of information 🙂

Address:

Shop G5, 614

George Street, Sydney

NSW 2000

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And before you enjoy THIS delicious bread recipe, allow me to also put up an EXTRA recipe for you all, also, of course, from The Dough Collective 😀

This is for French Walnut Bread (YUM right?!)

RECIPE 😀
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Disclaimer: Go Bake Yourself was not sponsored in any manner to write this post, her collaboration with Dough Collective is solely based on the agreement to share their recipe.

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39 Comments

  1. Uru, not sure what’s happened to your email subscription to my blog, but I no longer get my own subscriptions. I think maybe Feedburner’s taking a nap?
    Anyhow, thanks for keeping up.
    I have a sexy new recipe coming shortly for an irresistible CAKE! xoxo

  2. GiGi Eats says:

    I remember when I used to bake bread with my dad and siblings! While the end result was delicious, the process was tedious because we would all end of fighting!LOL!

  3. Dang girl… I hope you are finding time to do things other than Uni, like sleep… My uni buddies can barely put sentences together of late, sounds like you are suffering a bit too.
    Mmmmm… love the look of this joint. I adore bread, although unfortunately my tummy says no to eating too much of the glorious stuff. Take care of you. 🙂

  4. Uru, I hope you & your Mom had a lovely day together — and hopefully some of this bread, too — the flavor combos look inventively tremendous! Thank you, The Dough Collective, for helping Choc Chip Uru out with your tasty guest post & recipe.

  5. Debra says:

    Thank you for sharing such a wonderful post even though you’re stretched thin for time and words! I would just go mad with excitement if the Dough Collective were in arm’s reach for me! I appreciate their willingness to share a basic recipe, and I’ll certainly give it a try. I hope you had a good day with your mom! ox

  6. BakingTray says:

    I love this place!!!! My friend took me there when I went to Sydney! it’s the BEST BREAD EVER!!! they have all kinds of awesome flavours~ I think my favourite is the cream cheese chocolate bread! I even baked a cake inspired by that =p
    thanks for the bread recipe! might give it a go today 🙂

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