Explore Texture, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, and more!

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's sourdough starter

Bread with character: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's recipes for sourdough

How To Start Your Own Sourdough Starter

How To Start Your Own Sourdough Starter

Learn how to make your own sourdough starter so you can make fresh sourdough bread right out of your own kitchen.

DAY 4: By now, the starter should be looking very bubbly with large and small bubbles, and it will have doubled in volume. If you stir the starter, it will feel looser than yesterday and honeycombed with bubbles. It should also be smelling quite sour and pungent. (My starter looks smaller in volume because it rose and fell during the night.)

How To Make Your Own Sourdough Starter

Bread with character: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's recipes for sourdough | Life and style | The Guardian

Bread with character: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's recipes for sourdough

Bread with character: Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's recipes for sourdough | Life and style | The Guardian

Sourdough bread: a beginner’s guide. #sourdough | from @Emilie Claeys | The Clever Carrot

Sourdough bread- a beginner's guide. A step-by step tutorial on how to make sourdough bread at home. Baked in a Dutch oven.

My grandma makes these every time we go over for dinner. I got my starter from her, so I too make these every couple weeks when I need to use up some starter. They are really fast and easy, and taste delicious right out of the oven.

Grandma's Sourdough Biscuits

Pinterest
Search