Watch this one if you want to realize how flexible sourdough is, and the degree to which one can break what seem to be the Rules of Sourdough Engagement.
Needless to say, you can! Here Jack rehabs a neglected starter in one day. Just remember he measures temps in Celsius!
Make the most of your sourdough starter discard with an easy, one-bowl chocolate sourdough cake. It's great with coffee and a perfect foil for ice cream, even if you don't frost it.
The absolutely best and most fudgy sourdough brownies recipe made with discard. Lots of chocolate taste and complex fermented notes.
Got fresh discard this afternoon? With some time, but not too much effort, you can have fresh cinnamon rolls tomorrow morning.
Really easy, really delicious.
Sourdough Discard Crackers are thin, crispy with that amazing tang. An easy, no-roll recipe.
Easy and time-flexible recipe, with kind of a charming video, if you like kids. The writer mentions special parchment paper for holding the tortillas before cooking; you don't need it as long as you r…
Another quick and easy take on the sourdough discard tortilla, from a woman with a 45-square-foot kitchen.
Haven't you always wanted to try a crumpet? They're almost as easy to make as they are to eat.
Not sure what to do with that sourdough discard? Here are more than 50 recipes.
You say you've never made sourdough bread? Here's your first recipe, with nicely detailed instructions.
A very thorough explanation, with timeline and videos, for a simple and easy sourdough bread. It doesn't ask for much hands-on time, rises overnight and bakes in a covered Dutch oven. Starter can be e…
The easiest breakfast pizza is made with super quick sourdough crust, melted cheese, crispy bacon, veggies, and eggs baked to perfection.
Sourdough coffee cake is a deliciously sweet, sourdough, vanilla cake layered with a cinnamon filling and topped with brown sugar crumble.
Excellent oven spring is what every baker aspires to when baking sourdough bread. During my own journey of successes and failures, I’ve learned over time …
You can make any bread recipe by substituting sourdough starter for the yeast and adjusting for the flour and water in your starter. Here's the formula.
Do you really have to do a discard-and-feed on your starter before baking bread? Well, not if you're willing to take a little more time and go for a tangier taste!
Does your bread recipe want you to spend a few hours stretching and folding your dough as it proofs? Here's an option that speeds the process (and is kind of fun). You can use it with any recipe.
This is totally advanced-class, but the video is too interesting to pass up if you have any interest in how some bakers think of sourdough.
The writer doesn't suggest using a food processor to make th…