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Recipe: Delicious Bread with sourdough starter

Bread with sourdough starter. But where does the path to sourdough bread begin? Right in your own kitchen, with your own homemade sourdough starter. The method you'll read here for making sourdough starter isn't an exact match for the one you read on another site, or in a cookbook, or in your great-grandma's diary.

Bread with sourdough starter Wild yeast also likes cooler temperatures, acidic environments, and works much more slowly to proof breads. Start baking sourdough bread at home with a new yeast starter! These days, refreshing my sourdough starter has become a liturgical part of my day. You can have Bread with sourdough starter using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Bread with sourdough starter

  1. Prepare 1 of part warm water.
  2. You need 3 of parts flour (more or less).
  3. It's of salt (1 tsp per 500 g flour).
  4. It's of honey (1 tsp per 500 g flour).
  5. You need of sourdough starter.
  6. It's of whatever you like for flavor (e.g. anise, cloves, grated cheese, olives, etc.) optionally.

It takes minutes to provide my starter with fresh flour and water. Making your own sourdough starter is easy and it's the first step in baking delicious artisan bread. Baking bread from scratch is satisfying in its own right, but when you've also had a hand in the creation of one of the most fundamental components, the leavening agent itself, you'll feel an even greater. Test kitchen manager, June, is going to show you how to make sourdough starter and THEN how to make sourdough bread.

Bread with sourdough starter step by step

  1. Using a large bowl, dissolve the sourdough starter in the warm water (it shouldn't be very hot)..
  2. Add most of the flour, the salt and whatever spice you have chosen (if you like). Knead well and add as much flour as is necessary to make a dough that doesn't stick to your hands. Take care to not add too much flour because the bread will be very firm..
  3. Knead for an additional 10'-15' minutes..
  4. Set aside a piece of the dough to use as a starter for the next time you make bread. Cover the bowl with a clean towel and leave in a warm place (during winter, next to the fireplace or a slightly preheated oven, but make sure that it is not on) for 8-12 hours until it doubles in size..
  5. Shape your dough into loaves and place in respective trays which you have brushed lightly with oil. Score the top with a knife and brush with a little water (at this point you can sprinkle with sesame seeds and press them a bit with your hand). Set them aside to rise once more..
  6. Bake in a preheated oven at 200°C, for about 40' (depending on the oven and the size of the bread)..

Watch chef June lovingly make her bread. Maintaining your sourdough starter so that you can bake delicious bread all the time means that you need to keep it active, and thus fed, on a regular basis. During the development of this course, I set an alarm on my phone for noon every day to feed the active starter. This Simple Sourdough Bread recipe takes a little patience to let the dough rise a couple of times before baking it. But, if you were patient enough to get your sourdough starter ready to go, then a few hours is nothing!

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