Sourdough starter breakfast bites are the perfect way to start your day. Made with eggs, peppers, mushrooms, spinach and of course some sourdough starter. A starter makes for a perfect base for these breakfast bites and they are quick and easy to put together. Make multiple batch and freeze for a quick future breakfast.
Want to learn how to make your very own bread from scratch using just the most basic ingredients? Use only flour, water, salt and ZERO instant yeast. Your family will be begging for loaf after loaf. On this page I have all of my sourdough tutorials from how to get your very own starter alive and active to making your first loaf of bread. Don't stop there! You can also make pancakes, english muffins, bagels and the list goes on and on. My starter is the most used ingredient in my kitchen and I'm on a mission to make it yours as well.
Easy, no knead sourdough bread. This method has a long proof in the refrigerator for 12-24 hours giving it a great oven spring. Then a bake in a hot dutch oven give the final loaf a crispy outside and soft inside.
How to maintain a sourdough starter and frequently asked questions.
Make your own Sourdough Starter in just days. By measuring the flour and water by weight will give you a starter that is very active and ready for all kinds of baked goods.
Pancakes made with a sourdough starter, milk, egg and bread flour giving them a fluffy texture. Cooked on a cast iron skillet with butter gives these pancakes a golden brown exterior. Finish it off by topping with your favorite fresh fruit or pure maple syrup.
How I took a starter from very little to activity to healthy and full of bubbles and growth.
Muffins made with a sourdough starter, very ripe bananas, rolled oats and chocolate chips. Perfect for a quick breakfast.