"The inspiration behind this preposterous recipe was the desire to create something juxtaposing man's most basic sustenance, made with the ancient tradition of a wild yeast starter-with an ingredient most modern, heavily processed, and addictive: the Dorito," says Andy Rapoport, proprietor of HBR.
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Makes 1 loaf
I can't stress enough the importance of using a scale and weighing ingredients for accuracy, as I learned the hard way-and I do mean the hard way (see: Andy's first attempt at baking bread; see: Definition of Kitchen Fiasco). The addition of crushed Doritos as a final topping is crucial.
28 g. wild yeast starter
50 g. all-purpose flour
50 g. room-temperature water
100 g. leaven
300 g. plus 20 g. room-temperature water
500 g. all-purpose flour
20 g. kosher salt
2 cups, plus 1 cup coarsely crushed Doritos
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