Quick Sourdough Bread - Overnight - for Your Bread Machine

""Moist, delicious sourdough bread""
 
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Ready In:
14hrs 2mins
Ingredients:
11
Serves:
10
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a large bowl, combine 1 cup water, 1 cup bread flour, 1/4 teaspoon sugar and 2 teaspoons yeast; mix well.
  • Cover with plastic and let sit in a warm location for 6 to 8 hours, or overnight.
  • The next day, pour overnight starter into the pan of bread machine.
  • Add remaining ingredients in the order recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Select cycle; press Start.
  • My machine from start to finsh (baked) is 2 1/2 hours.

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Reviews

  1. Melanie Adrienne
    Easy and sensational!
     
  2. annsmithbell
    I used this recipe to make buns and they turned out fantastic. We love the texture and slight crispness to the outside crust. I've found so many wonderful bread recipes on this site ... my family no longer want bought bread or buns! Thanks for a great post.
     
  3. andypandy
    This wasnt sour at all to me, so the next time I will leave the starter longer than overnight. I used dough cycle as four cups flour was too much for my bread machine to bake. When I let it rise on baking sheet, it spread more than rose upwards, the texture came out to be a dry crumb . Update: was very dry the next morning, only good for crunchy toast or a bread pudding. I ground it up for bread crumbs.
     
  4. Paka1931
    This is a wonderful recipe. I used powdered milk mixed with water and 1/2 of the flour was AP flour instead of bread flour. My starter sat overnight. I can't wait to try this with all bread flour. The entire process was done in the ABM. The loaf was beautiful and tastes so good! I'm going to make this again and split it into two smaller loaves, shaped and then baked in the oven. Thanks Wendy for a great recipe.
     
  5. Mrs. T
    This has been a great recipe -- I've made it through the whole cycle in the bread machine and also using the dough cycle and doing a final rise -- both turned out great. Thanks!
     
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  1. Paka1931
    This is a wonderful recipe. I used powdered milk mixed with water and 1/2 of the flour was AP flour instead of bread flour. My starter sat overnight. I can't wait to try this with all bread flour. The entire process was done in the ABM. The loaf was beautiful and tastes so good! I'm going to make this again and split it into two smaller loaves, shaped and then baked in the oven. Thanks Wendy for a great recipe.
     

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