Tag: sourdough bread
Cranberry Pecan Artisan Sourdough Bread
Looking for a delicious and easy sourdough bread recipe? Try this cranberry pecan artisan sourdough bread! The combination of sweet craisins and nutty pecans baked into an artisan loaf is sure to become a year-round favorite
Strawberry Sourdough Babka Buns
Light and sweet, these strawberry babka buns are perfect for a weekend brunch or sweet morning treat. Made with 100% sourdough/natural yeast, these buns take a little time (mostly hands off) and are worth the wait. Sweet strawberry flavor meets soft and fluffy sourdough bun.
Cheesy Sourdough Breadsticks
Easy, cheesy sourdough breadsticks get gobbled up every time I make them. They are incredibly tasty and the perfect beginner sourdough recipe. Think: simple sourdough dough mixed together, fermented for a few hours and then topped with freshly shredded cheese and herbs. Bake these up and enjoy the melty goodness of cheesy sourdough breadsticks.
The Best Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls
Pillowy soft, the perfect amount of gooey cinnamon goodness and a delicious cream cheese icing make these sourdough cinnamon rolls a family favorite. All the directions for making them with 100% natural yeast and baking them in time for a weekend brunch. We love eating these sourdough cinnamon rolls on holidays and whenever we have…
How to Autolyse and Fermentolyse: Sourdough Artisan Bread
Many sourdough artisan bread recipes call for an autolyse or fermentolyse. Learn how to autolyse and fermentolyse your soudough artisan bread in this article.
Irish Soda Bread with Sourdough Discard
A giant loaf of biscuit-like bread, Irish Soda Bread with sourdough discard is quick to whip together and baked until crusty on the outside and soft in the middle. Add in zest or currants for a sweeter loaf of enjoy plain dunked in some hearty soup. This is the perfect bread to make for St.…
Red Velvet Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls
Rich, chocolatey red velvet sourdough cinnamon rolls are the perfect weekend treat. Red velvet rolls are soft, tender and made with 100% natural yeast sourdough.
Beginner Guide: How Temperature Affects Sourdough
Throughout my years of baking bread and working with dough, I haven’t always fully appreciated how significantly temperature affects the dough. I’ve always known my rises take longer in the winter and often go faster in the summer, but only when I started working with a lot of sourdough breads did I realize how important…
Beginner Guide: Sourdough Discard
What is Sourdough Discard? Sourdough discard is a by-product of maintaining or “feeding” a sourdough starter. When feeding a starter, flour and water are combined with some of the starter to restart the fermentation cycle, but 80% of the original starter is discarded. This process is repeated daily (or weekly if you refrigerate your starter),…
Beginner Guide: Sourdough Starter and Levain
Sourdough starter and levain (leaven) are both integral parts of the sourdough bread-making process. Read on for a more detailed explanation. Sourdough Starter ≈ Levain Sourdough Starter Sourdough starter is a culture of yeast and bacteria. It is continually maintained in the same way at regular intervals (daily, weekly etc.). A small bit of sourdough…