Sourdough Naked King Cake Sourdough Naked King Cake has been a New Orleans tradition dating back to the 1800’s. A coin, bean or tiny plastic baby pressed into the risen dough before baking is said to bring the recipient good luck and once determined the …
Chocolate Cinnamon Sourdough Waffles Chocolate Cinnamon Sourdough Waffles are super delicious. The sourdough recipe is from a fabulous cookbook from Kathy Doogan. I’ve made several recipes from this recipe booklet and every recipe has turned out super delicious. Many of our favorite recipes and the …
Sourdough Blueberry Muffins
This post is twofold. First off, it’s been sometime since I shared a sourdough recipe and my starter needed to be fed. Secondly, I bought some super plump blueberries at the Pig and they were begging me to put them into a muffin. This recipe is from the recipe booklet by Kathy Doogan called; “Simple Sourdough, The Alaska Way” I have used this recipe booklet for some time now. The booklet contains around 40 recipes and I think I’ve made over half. Sourdough Blueberry Muffins rock!
Twice a Month
When I’m not baking on a regular basis, therefore not using my sourdough starter, I try to bake at least twice a month. Doing so keeps my starter fed and up to par. Starting a sourdough starter and maintaining it is super simple. When I first become interested in sourdough, back in 2011, the only thing I knew about sourdough was that it was popular in San Francisco. After much research, I took the sourdough plunge and haven’t looked back. Since then I have made many sourdough recipes, some good and some not so good! Practice makes perfect, so I just keep baking. Take a look at our Recipe Box to find many sourdough recipes you can make.