Almond and Raisin Sourdough
The underside of the Almond and Raisin Sourdough. A toasted almond crunch to a slice.
Sunflower and Linseed Sourdough Panini.
Date and Pecan Sourdough
2/3 cup chopped medjool dates
1/2 cup chopped pecans
1 tbs raw sugar
good shake of cinnamon
1 1/2 tps salt
I made this sourdough on the warmest day so far that I have toyed with the sourdoughs. Consequence- a lighter sourdough then I would normally make as it rose so quickly. I did two lots of folds in between proves. Verdict- um yes please! (My mum liked this one too, and said that I could make some next time I came down to visit. Have starter…will travel.)
Lovely photos, Brydie! So glad to see you’re enjoying the sourdough journey – you know you’ll have to start buying flour in 25kg bags soon.. 😉
Oh Celia if only I had the room I would be! Have to be content with the 12.5 kilo for now. I’m totally addicted to the whole sourdough journey, its quite funny how excited I get seeing how it will come out of the oven. Every time it’s different.
I’m always secretly jealous & not so secretly impressed with Sourdough baking, I never really mastered it, so this gets a big thumbs up from me. Lovely photos too Brydie.
Thanks Anna. I still have a long way to go, in terms of knowing what I am doing. But am enjoying playing thats for sure.
just found your blog and have been looking through your posts, such a great little space. your baking is impressive!
Thanks for having a look Jaclyn. Its been fun doing it 🙂
You know I’ve baked so many breads but never a sourdough! I’d really love to one day! The almond one looks fantastic 🙂
I’m not sure I could go back to just making yeasted ones now, its an addiction that must be fed…just like my starter. I don’t have stars in my eyes I have lumps of sourdough… The almond one is great for toast.
They all look so delicious. I’ve never made sourdough before maybe I’ll have to give it a try after seeing your beautiful bread.
Give it go, you’ll never look back:-)
Beautiful array of breads!
Sourdough bread is addictive, I’m certain of it!
Once you begin, you have a jar of starter on your back and a voracious craving in your belly- Feed ME!
You may not know what you are doing, but you are doing it VERY well! 🙂
Lookin’ good, Brydie! The pecans sound like a nice touch, I’m really loving pecans at the moment! 🙂
A bakers delight! Such creative sour dough ideas…I wish I had more time to try my hand at bread baking…x
Thanks Heidiannie. I have been playing around with plaiting my sourdoughs (thanks to you!) and am really happy with the results.
It does make a difference having something to feed consistently.
Christine pecans are good aren’t they!
Yvette there are so many delightful breads in Italy you don’t need too 🙂
Okay, you are seriously tempting me to finally try making sourdough!
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