When we don’t feel like making bread, we still like to put our starter to good use. Besides a loaf here are some other delicious things to make that will use your sourdough starter.
A crisp outer crust, a chewy, sour center and no special tools needed. Check out our guide to making homemade sourdough bread in your own kitchen.
It’s time for a pizza party. With a sourdough pizza crust you can be sure to have a delicious flavorful crust.
For those of us who bake bread at home are constantly looking for ways to utilize the excess bread starter, try this sourdough cracker recipe.
It’s the simple things in life that bring tasteful pleasures. Sourdough bread made with flour, water and sea salt – that’s it. And baked in a cast iron pot. Olive Café and Bakery owner, Sarah Mattinson, a New Yorker who loved the whole shebang about deli’s, moved west and was determined to create the same from scratch.
Made with spelt flour that is fermented for a day, these rolls are rich with flavor and a touch of sweetness.
Make sourdough sponge a few days before for pancakes that have awesome flavor and body. This is also a way to use bread starter that is always multiplying.
When a friend passed along some sour dough starter, Sheila McGrory-Klyza embarked on a bread baking adventure that had tasty and surprising results.
Celebrating Christmas in San Francisco? Have a traditional Bay Area meal of Dungeness crab, Sourdough Bread, and Caesar Salad!
With wild sourdough, these bagels are chewy and flavorful. With malty flavor and a good crust, there is no reason to buy bagels once you get in the rhythm.
Zak the Baker of Miami, Florida has dedicated his life to sourdough. His bakery is now a home to apprentices from around the globe.
Create the traditional beautiful braided loaf, but with a wild sourdough flavor.
Fluffy sourdough pancakes, perfect for Valentine’s Day Weekend.
Sourdough starter gives these doughnuts an extra depth of flavor and balances with the baking powder for a texture that is somewhere between cake doughnuts and yeast ones.
Sasha Gora blows her budget on bread at Alvar & Ivar each time she visits Gothenburg.
Maria Laitinen finds, and falls in love with, a sweet little bakery and café just a few hours drive south of Sydney.