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Use sourdough discard in this AMAZING Pumpkin Bread!
A delicious way to use up sourdough discard! This soft Sourdough Pumpkin Bread recipe with cinnamon sugar topping makes two loaves.
OVERNIGHT SOURDOUGH BREAD
My Overnight Sourdough Bread requires no kneading, stretching or folding! A simple beginner's sourdough recipe that's easy and foolproof.
Walnut Cranberry Sourdough Bread
A delicious loaf of sourdough bread padded with tart and sweet cranberries and earthy walnuts, all tied together with a small addition of roasted walnut oil. This is one of the most flavorful bread recipes I bake, and there's a good reason it's also one of the most requested—it's delicious!
- 112 g Cranberries, sweetened
Baking & Spices
- 640 g Protein bread flour or flour, medium
- 40 g Rye flour, whole
- 15 g Sea salt
- 120 g Whole wheat flour
Oils & Vinegars
- 24 g Walnut oil
Nuts & Seeds
- 160 g Walnuts
- 8 g Sourdough starter, ripe
- 680 g Water
- 168g levain
Simple Sourdough Bread, Step by Step | Alexandra's Kitchen
458 · Inspired by The Clever Carrot If you are new to sourdough, watch the step-by-step video here: Simple Sourdough Bread or in the post above. Troubleshooting: If you have issues with your dough being too sticky, please read this post: Why is my sourdough so sticky? The 4 common mistakes. If you're looking to get a more open crumb, try shaping a batard (as opposed to a round). Watch this video for guidance. Notes: You need an active sourdough starter. I have had success activating starters from: King Arthur Flour Breadtopia As always, I highly recommend investing in a digital scale before beginning any bread baking adventure. This is the Dutch oven I use for sourdough breads. Flour sack towels are a great investment because they ensure your dough will not stick while it is proofing. I love using rice flour for dusting (as opposed to ap or bread flour) because it doesn't burn. Find all of my sourdough essentials here: Essential Equipment For Sourdough Bread Baking How much Sourdough Starter to Use? Because my kitchen is cold for much of the year, I like using 100 g (1/2 cup) of starter as opposed to 50 g (1/4 cup). When determining how much starter to use, consider a few things: If you live in a warm, humid environment, 50 g should suffice. If you plan on doing an overnight rise, 50 g also should suffice. If you want to speed things up or if you live in a cold environment, consider using 100 g starter. Note: If you use 100 g of starter, your dough may rise more quickly, so keep an eye on it. As always, rely on the visual cues (increasing in volume by 50%) when determining when the bulk fermentation is done. A straight-sided vessel makes monitoring the bulk fermentation especially easy because it allows you to see when your dough has truly doubled.
Baking & Spices
- 500 g Bread flour
- 9 g Sea salt, fine
Beer, Wine & Liquor
- 50 g Bubbly
- 375 g Water
Easy 2-ingredient SOURDOUGH STARTER
7 · With just water and flour, you can make your own sourdough starter for all your homemade bread recipes!
Baking & Spices
- 1/2 cup Flour
- 1/4 cup Water
Tools & Equipment
- 1 Glass jar
- 1 Paper towel
- 1 Rubber band
How To: Revive Sourdough Starter
Wondering if it's possible to revive a sourdough starter that's been sitting in the back of your fridge for months? I'll show you how!
4 Signs Your Sourdough Has Finished Proofing
Understanding how long to proof my sourdough before baking it took me some time to get the hang of. I wished that there was a ...
Simple Sourdough Ciabatta Bread | Alexandra's Kitchen
62 · Notes: You need an active sourdough starter. I have had success activating starters from: King Arthur Flour Breadtopia As always, I highly recommend investing in a digital scale before beginning any bread baking adventure. Flour: I have had success using all-purpose flour, but if you can get your hands on bread flour, that is ideal, especially if you live in Canada or abroad. Moreover, if you live in Canada or abroad, you may need to reduce the water amount. Consider holding back some of the water during the mixing process to ensure you don't end up with a soupy mess. Straight-Sided Vessel: The vessel I use in this recipe, similar to this one, is 8 cups. Most grocery stores carry storage vessels similarly sized. Using a straight-sided vessel for the bulk fermentation will help prevent over-fermentation because it allows you to see when the dough has truly increased by 75% (or slightly more or less) in volume.
Baking & Spices
- 450 g Bread flour
- 12 g Salt
- 100 g Active sourdough starter
- 360 g Water
How to Make Sourdough Starter
A simple sourdough starter recipe using wild yeasts and bacteria. With easy step-by-step instructions on how to create and maintain it.
Honey Wheat Sourdough Sandwich Bread Recipe
Honey wheat sourdough sandwich bread can be mixed and baked on the same day. A soft sandwich bread that stays fresh for days!