Many, many people love sourdough bread. Eating it is one thing, though. Getting started with baking sourdough bread can be daunting. Not only that, it can be extremely expensive when it comes to tools, so I decided to make this recipe that only requires tools you already have in your kitchen. This is my recipe for a simple artisan sourdough bread.
We sourdough bakers are obsessed. With our starters, with our flours, with our tools and gadgets. We’ll invest large sums of money into all of that stuff.
This recipe is designed for people that want to try out baking sourdough bread, but without investing a big part of your hard earned cash into those things.
Which means that you will only need tools that you already have in your kitchen, a bag of bread flour from your supermarket, some water from your tap and some table salt.
Gooey melty cheese and slightly sour and spicy chilies are a match made in heaven. Place them in a bread and you have something as close to perfection as is humanly possible. It’s just so freakin’ good. This is my recipe for cheddar jalapeno sourdough bread.
It’s a wonderful bread and everybody loves it, and it really came to life as a variation of this bread. Mainly because I am in a house hold with people that have a hard time with spicy things, but now I couldn’t wait any longer. I wanted to make my version of this bread.
Pizza is among the world’s most popular fast foods, and that’s with good reason. A bread base topped with tomato and cheese and then with anything your gastronomic heart desires on top of that. Baked in a searingly hot oven until the crust is wonderfully crispy and slightly charred, and the cheese is molten hot. This is my recipe for sourdough pizza.
I remember when I was about 17 years old, I went to visit my friend Søren who worked at the local music shop called Music Key. I’d hang out there and we’d play with the equipment when there were no customers.
Bread is one of the most wonderful accompaniments for a hot dish, and the still warm-out-of-the-oven focaccia with it’s oily exterior and salty crunch is just one of the best ones. It’s a true crowd pleaser. This is my recipe for sourdough focaccia.
Focaccia has been baked for thousands of years and are still one of the most popular tablebreads coming out of western Europe. It’s very easy to make, and today I am going to show you how you can make a super simple one, using sourdough starter instead of yeast.
Bagels are wonderful. Round, shiny, caramelized crust and a chewy interior. Bagels are versatile. They can be baked using a variety of grains and the possibilities for toppings are almost endless. And you can put almost anything on them, your imagination sets the limits. This is my recipe for sourdough bagels.
I’m sure you are familiar with bagels. Some time in the late 1990’s I came across a bagel sandwich shop in my local neighborhood Nørrebro, which was called The Bagel Co.