Irish Soda Bread is a quick bread that has a crusty exterior and a soft dense inner crumb. This bread is often served on St. Patrick’s Day. Irish Soda Bread is a traditional quick bread that has raisins or currants added to the dough before baking.Continue reading
Focaccia is an easy to make flatbread bread that pairs wonderfully with a steaming hot bowl of soup or pasta. Sourdough Focaccia is the best because it has a soft chewy crumb that is hard to beat.
If you are on the line about sourdough, this recipe is one of the easiest to try. The toppings and spices can be varied to suit your taste. Just be sure to limit the oil to less than a teaspoon per serving to stay in an E setting.Continue reading
Everyone loves a good moist chocolate cake. This chocolate cake is a great way to use up extra sourdough starter that you may have on hand. Sourdough starter give the cake a lovely texture and just a bit of tang.Continue reading
Here is a round-up of my favorite party foods. You will find anything from Wings, Taco Dip, Trail Mix, Candy, Cheesecakes, and more. I hope these will become your favorites, too.
A party would not be complete without wings! These Cajun Wings can be quickly made in an air fryer. I love my Ninja Foodie! It makes the best wings and the grease and splatters are all contained inside the unit. Yay!Continue reading
Taco Dip is always on the list of foods to make. Many dips include cream cheese, sour cream and other heavy fats. This Touchdown Taco dip is made with beans and low-fat items that are great with baked corn chips, rye rounds, and veggies as dippers. I dry thin slices of Rye Sourdough Bread to use as dippers.Continue reading
Everyone likes a crusty, chewy New York style Bagel. Did you know you can easily make them at home? These Sourdough Blueberry Bagels are sure to satisfy you. The dried blueberries add just a hint of sweetness that puts these over the top in the bagel world!Continue reading
Chicken and Dumplings are an old-time comfort food. These dumplings can either be baked or steam with the chicken filling. My family loves them either way. When you steam the dumpling in the chicken filling you get soft pillows of dumplings. The baked dumplings will have more of a crispy crust.Continue reading
Here is a tasty No-knead Everything Bagel Sourdough bread that tastes just like New York Style Bagels without all the work of making bagels. I love the pop of flavor this bread gives with the crunchy topping.Continue reading
Do your children ever beg for Hot Pockets and Pig-in-the-Blankets? Did you know that you can easily make them using sourdough? My children love when this is on the menu. I usually allow them to help shape the dough around the array of items we like to use. Try it — you may be surprised how easy it really is.Continue reading
Honey Oat Bread has always been a favorite of mine. No-knead breads top my list of favorites because they are so easy to mix up using a spoon or spatula. I just had to combine the best of two into one recipe. Meet the newest addition to my No-knead family–Honey Oat! I mixed a bit of Kerry Gold Butter and honey (from hives my brother has) together for my family to enjoy with the bread. Needless to say the loaves soon vanished!Continue reading