Discover our favorite sourdough recipes with Cultures For Health. With our huge collection, you can find your new go-to sourdough recipe as well as new breads, crackers and baked goods that you haven't tried yet. From basic sourdough bread recipes to creative ways to use your sourdough discard, you'll find time-tested and baker-approved recipes to make the most of your sourdough starter culture.
HOW TO MAKE SOURDOUGH BREAD AT HOME
This basic sourdough bread recipe is a great one for beginners or those who want a simple sandwich bread for everyday use. This recipe can be used to make a basic loaf of sandwich bread or artisan-style bread.
HOW TO MAKE SOURDOUGH PANCAKES AT HOME
Sourdough Pancakes are even better and they're a perfect way to use up extra sourdough starter. So today, we're breaking down exactly how to make sourdough pancakeswith ease!
Pie crust, flaky, rich, and delicious, gets a nutritional boost through the wonder of the sourdough fermentation process. This pie crust will turn your favorite dessert into something your friends and family will rave about.
This stems from a longer fermentation and the complex nature of a sourdough starter which holds not only yeast but bacteria and acids as well. The other perk of sourdough is that it is not as volatile as commercial yeast.
What could be better on a cold morning than a warm-from-the-oven sourdough muffin? Use this basic recipe as a canvas for various flavorings from fruit and nuts to chocolate chips.
These rich dinner rolls are a delicious combination of sweet and tangy. The fat content of the rolls requires a longer rise time, so one must be patient. In the end, they are well worth the wait.
Tangy and soft, this sourdough bread is one of the most basic recipes you can make. This recipe makes one loaf, but feel free to multiply the ingredient ratios for a larger batch. You won't be disappointed!
These easy soft sugar cookies are a great way to use up extra or discarded sourdough starter. Add cinnamon or any other spices to the topping, for a variety of flavors!
Moist, rich, and delicious, banana bread is great for breakfast, snack, or dessert. Check out this amazing sourdough banana bread recipe now!
Tangy and slightly sweet, these waffles will be a hit in the kitchen for their simplicity, and at the table for their flavor. Double the recipe for frozen waffles.
With three types of seeds, these crackers are hearty and protein-packed. Serve them with cheese or your favorite fermented dip!