Tag: sourdough starter
Sourdough Frequently Asked Questions
The most frequently asked questions all about sourdough. Ask me anything!
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: 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…
Beginner Guide: Sourdough Starter
So you’ve decided to jump into the world of sourdough. Now what? This post will teach you all about sourdough starters and the fermentation cycle. It’s a great place to start if you are just getting started in the wonderful world of sourdough and naturally yeasted breads. If you don’t yet have a sourdough starter,…
Beginner Guide: What Is Sourdough?
Sourdough is a method of leavening bread. As opposed to most store-brought bread, sourdough doesn’t use any commercial yeast to rise. Instead it uses a “starter” of fermented flour and water to raise bread. You can use sourdough to make just about any baked good (breads, pancakes, crepes, biscuits, crackers, rolls, cookies, etc…). If you…
Soft Sourdough Sandwich Bread
My family loves soft white sourdough sandwich bread. Pillowy soft, tender and light, this sourdough white sandwich bread is incredible with just a slight tang from the sourdough. We use it for sandwiches, french toast, making breadcrumbs, etc., and we love adding cinnamon chips or cheese. It’s so versatile and delicious. I’ve spent months working…
Sourdough Roll-Up Pancakes
Blend. Pour. Sizzle. Flip. Fill. Sourdough roll-up pancakes are fast, easy and the perfect breakfast for a special occasion, or a school morning when you want that extra protein to tide you over until lunchtime. Use a blender to whip up the batter, pour into a sizzling hot frying pan and bake until bubbly. Then…
Dehydrating Sourdough starter: Long-Term Storage
When you need to put your sourdough starter “on hold,” take a break or travel with it, follow these steps to dehydrate your stater and then rehydrate it at a later time.
Beginner Guide: How to Make a Sourdough Starter
Download printable to make your own starter and follow along