Sourdough muesli

Before making this recipe, make your new starter for next time as follows:

Remove any crust from the top of the starter. Stir down the starter. Remove ¾ cup of starter and put in a mixing bowl. Add 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour and ¾ cup water to the bowl and mix well. This will be your new starter so put it in a quart wide-mouth jar and cover with cloth as before.  You will have 1 cup of starter remaining to use in the recipe below.

 

Ingredients for sourdough muesli:

6 c oats

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Sourdough injera (Ethiopian flat breads)

I LOVE this recipe!  SO tasty, a great meal.  It takes a while to ferment so you need to start the recipe a day ahead of when you want to serve it.

Before making this recipe, make your new starter for next time as follows:

Remove any crust from the top of the starter. Stir down the starter. Remove ¾ cup of starter and put in a mixing bowl. Add 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour and ¾ cup water to the bowl and mix well. This will be your new starter so put it in a quart wide-mouth jar and cover with cloth as before.  You will have 1 cup of starter remaining to use in the recipe below.

Ingredients:

1 cup of sourdough starter

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Sourdough pie

This is another instant sourdough dish that’s easy and yummy.

Before making this recipe, make your new starter for next time as follows:

Remove any crust from the top of the starter. Stir down the starter. Remove ¾ cup of starter and put in a mixing bowl. Add 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour and ¾ cup water to the bowl and mix well. This will be your new starter so put it in a quart wide-mouth jar and cover with cloth as before.  You will have 1 cup of starter remaining to use in the recipe below.

 

Mix

1 cup starter

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Sourdough instant crepes

Most sourdough recipes have to be left for many hours to rise but these crepes are great as they are instant.  They don’t use any flour beyond what’s already in the starter, so they are a quick, nutritious meal.

Before making this recipe, make your new starter for next time as follows:

Remove any crust from the top of the starter. Stir down the starter. Remove ¾ cup of starter and put in a mixing bowl. Add 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour and ¾ cup water to the bowl and mix well. This will be your new starter so put it in a quart wide-mouth jar and cover with cloth as before.  You will have 1 cup of starter remaining to use in the recipe below.

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Sourdough Dough pitta bread

This is a really fun recipe I learnt from Rachelle Wenger.

Before making this recipe, make your new starter for next time as follows:

Remove any crust from the top of the starter. Stir down the starter. Remove ¾ cup of starter and put in a mixing bowl. Add 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour and ¾ cup water to the bowl and mix well. This will be your new starter so put it in a quart wide-mouth jar and cover with cloth as before.  You will have 1 cup of starter remaining to use in the recipe below.

 

You’ll need

-2 1/2 cups wholewheat flour

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Sourdough Soda Bread

Sourdough Soda Bread

This is so delicious you’ll want to eat the whole loaf!

For this recipe you’ll need 1 1/2 cups of starter rather than the usual 1 cup that my starter provides.  So you’ll need to double your starter c 10 hours before baking, as follows:

Remove any crust from the top of the starter. Stir down the starter. Remove ¾ cup of starter and put in a mixing bowl. Add 1 ½ cups whole wheat flour and ¾ cup water to the bowl and mix well. Put it in a quart wide-mouth jar and cover with cloth and leave it for c 10 hours to rise.  Now take 3/4 c of the remaining starter and make another starter by adding 1 1/2 c flour, 3/4 c water, mix and put in a second quart jar to rise.  Keep one jar as your starter, and use all of the other jar for the recipe below.

 

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