Category Archives for "Formulas"

Black Charcoal Buns

Recipe by Anita Singh 200 grams all-purpose flour 25 grams whole wheat 20 grams active starter 30 grams thick black rice porridge (7 grams of black rice or buckwheat cooked with 40 grams of water and cooled) 2-3 teaspoons of very fine charcoal powder 2 crushed garlic cloves sauteed in a little butter 130 grams […]

Soft Hybrid Buttermilk Dinner Rolls

These rolls are soft and scrumptious. They are also hybrid rolls using both sourdough starter and commercial yeast. They can be started in the morning and ready for dinner that same day. Makes 24 rolls at 61/62 grams each (easier for the mixer to work this amount of dough) (or divide dough amounts in half […]

Pretzels!

When I attended the Quest for Sourdough workshop in St. Vith, Belgium (home of the only sourdough library), I filmed many of the bakers as they worked. Here are two videos showing how to shape pretzels and the dipping of the pretzel dough in food grade lye. Manfred Enoksson gave the demonstration. At the bottom […]

Pumpkin Spice Sourdough Cupcakes with White Chocolate Ghosts

Here is a sweet treat for the month of October! This easy, one bowl, recipe is a great way to use up leftover sourdough discard. I don’t know about you but this is the time of year baking really ramps up and I end up with lots of discard. These cupcakes are sturdy, lightly sweet […]

Easy Buckwheat Sourdough Pancakes

  Buckwheat Sourdough Pancakes – copyright Rochelle Greenway – Sept 2018 Makes approximately one dozen pancakes. 42 grams of butter (3 Tablespoons) 1 large egg 235 grams of sourdough starter discard (¾ Cup) 28 grams light brown sugar (3 Tablespoons) ½ tsp cinnamon 175 grams of whole milk (¾ cup) 1 tsp vanilla 68 grams […]

Homemade Sourdough Strawberry Ice Cream

Summer is in full swing and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate that than homemade strawberry ice cream! This ice cream utilizes a surprising ingredient, sourdough starter discard. You want discard that is no more than 12-24 hours after a feed so that it is not too sour. It gives the ice […]

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