Whether you’re just learning or are an experienced bread baker, these 9 sourdough bread recipes encompass something for everyone.
Sourdough BreadCraving that characteristic crust and crumb of an artisanal loaf of sourdough? We have just the beginner's recipe for you that's a cinch to pull off at home. Swear.
Jim Lahey's Pane BiancoCrunchy on the outside and soul-sighingly soft inside, this simple no-knead sourdough recipe from Jim Lahey turns out a classic Italian loaf that would pass muster at any trattoria.
Sourdough BagelsThe pleasing smack of sourdough was seemingly made to be melded with the awesomely chewy denseness of bagels. And it's SO much easier than you'd expect!
FiloneFilone’s chewy crust and light, airy crumb make this everyday Italian bread a standout. Especially doable if it's your first-time with sourdough bread baking.
Whole Grain Sourdough PitaThe familiar pita bread but made with whole grain flour and sourdough starter. Still puffs. Still amazes. In looks as well as taste.
Sourdough Rye BreadIt's no longer difficult to find a decent loaf of proper rye bread. This homemade beauty is surprisingly easy to make, milder than most, and doesn't require any yeast.
Pain au LevainSourdough like you've never, ever experienced before.
Sourdough RollsThese wee pillow-like sourdough rolls are a lovely little departure from those large loaves everybody has been baking all winter long that leave you with way too much bread hanging around.
Rye Sourdough StarterThis rye sourdough starter doesn't require any yeast yet creates a better-than-bakery loaf of proper sourdough rye. You're welcome.
Sourdough StarterA sourdough starter from scratch is made with just flour and water. No yeast. Here's how to make it and use it.
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