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    I love eating this bread for breakfast. It is actually pretty healthy, too. Chopped walnuts or pecans can be added, if you wish. This recipe is one of my original creations.

    Recipe #366251

    This is one of those recipes that you can taste with your imagination! I haven't made it yet, but I will soon. I just know it is going to be really yummy with my next Italian dinner!

    Recipe #39632

    I love to buy the garlic bread with the whole cloves of garlic from Costco, however I can't always get there when I want. I fiddled around a little and this one is pretty close, you do have to plan ahead because the sponge takes at least 18 hrs but the bread is well worth the trouble. This bread makes the BEST grilled sandwiches! I also like to butter it and grill it to go with a salad. YUMMY!!!

    Recipe #140421

    My Grandma had to drop out of school in the eighth grade to cook for the farm hands on her father's farm. She was taught old school style and the lady could throw down! These pancakes are one of her special recipes! Enjoy

    Recipe #141205

    I adapted this recipe from a non-sourdough recipe by NZ cooking greats Alison and Simon Holst. It also works well using half white and half wholemeal flour. Note: the time this takes to prepare really depends on how active your sourdough is and you might choose to put your dough in a cool place to slow the rise and develop the sour flavour more, I like to take my time and start in the morning and bake it before dinner.

    Recipe #489712

    Adapted from http://www.traditional-foods.com/recipes/chocolate-cinnamon-muffins/ Really nice to sprinkle a little sugar on top halfway through baking.

    Recipe #490162

    I did a search and couldn't find this recipe so I'm posting. Here's what KAF has to say about them. "With only five ingredients, this recipe means you can have popovers mixed up and ready to go into the oven as soon as it's heated up. Half an hour later — hot popovers! The sourdough starter gives them just the slightest tang. And, while these aren't the lightest popovers you'll ever experience, their combination of crisp crust and soft interior is a wonderfully comforting treat." Made these using the muffin pan process as don't have my popover pan here in Trinidad and a fed starter, not as pretty - but did pop up so nice and the texture was lovely with just a hint of sourdough. If you try them hope you enjoy as much as we did.

    Recipe #491403

    I am always on the lookout for new sourdough recipes and was tickled when I found this 10Apr11 post by one of my favorite keep-it-basic bloggers, Amanda, at http://mandyskitchen.wordpress.com. Remember Bisquick or Krusteaz Impossible Pie? Well, this is just as simple but far tastier! The batter with cheese on top forms a crisp crust that reveals a delicious moist bread just beneath the surface. I mixed about 1/2 tsp crumbled rosemary into the batter. For the filling I used a single layer of Sweet Italian Sausage (sliced first into small rounds and fried until nearly fully cooked) topped with ratatouille (http://www.food.com/recipe/ratatouille-in-the-crock-pot-52757). The only adjustment I made was that I cut the grated cheese back to just a light sprinkling.

    Recipe #491693

    I have looked hi and low for a recipe like this. I am so happy to have found it. Perfect slathered in butter or as a sandwich (grilled is great)

    Recipe #154142

    35 Reviews |  By pollen

    My grandma makes these every time we go over for dinner. I got my starter from her, so I too make these every couple weeks when I need to use up some starter. They are really fast and easy, and taste delicious right out of the oven.

    Recipe #18995

    I enjoy finding interesting different things to make from Alaskan sourdough starter (see recipe #7020 for instance), so I was so happy when I was able to adopt this recipe! :)

    Recipe #6670

    46 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Another great recipe to use your starter. I have no idea where this recipe originated. Based upon Nimrod's review and beautiful photo I am revising this recipe.

    Recipe #99966

    Old fashioned pancakes just like the prospectors used to make on the trail. Prep time does not include proofing time.

    Recipe #34749

    Sourdough pizza is different. The crust will blow your mind. Don't try it unless you're prepared for addiction. It's best to use a fast-rising culture to produce just the right amount of leavening in quick order. This recipe is from "World Sourdoughs From Antiquity" by Ed Wood.

    Recipe #40579

    I decided to make my own Sourdough Recipe with rich Buttermilk, and I have entered this into my personal recipes. I developed this recipe which has worked out well from the 1st loaf, and just seems "fool-proof", and very tasty. Once your Sourdough is the flavor you like best, you can jar it and put it into the refrigerator in 10 ounce portions and use a complete jar each loaf you make in the breadmaker. VERY QUICK and SO EASY!

    Recipe #498395

    Yes, sourdough can be made in your machine. Be patient and experiment with this very independent bread. Remember that every starter is different so this can be a challenge, but you can develope your own style until it is an art form.

    Recipe #20454


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