|by Linda Collister|
No kneading, no waiting for the dough to rise--these breads are the easiest of all to make.
Tip: Try francisco sourdough bread for more results.
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Dissolve yeast in warm water. Mix in starter. Add 3 cups flour, sugar and salt. Add vigorously 2-3 minutes. Cover with cloth. Set in warm place 1 1/2 ...
In large mixing ... 2 tablespoons sugar, sourdough starter then gradually ... diagonal slashes in bread, preferably with ... brown. Set on rack to cool.
Prepare Sponge. When ... longer or until bread sounds hollow when ... spoon. VARIATIONS: QUICK SOURDOUGH BREAD: For Sponge, ... flakes over tops of loaves.
Combine the water, starter, 4 cups flour, sugar, salt in a crock or glass bowl. Mix well, cover lightly with a towel or cheesecloth. Let stand at ...
Heat a frying ... two slices of sourdough bread. Lay one ... carefully using a wide spatula and toast the other side. Enjoy!! This is a GREAT tasting sandwich.
Warm a large ... minutes. Stir in sourdough starter, sugar and ... refrigerator. If a clear liquid forms on top, stir back into starter. Makes 3 to 4 cups.
Tear bread slices into chunks ... pieces in melted butter, then in breading. Bake in dish with 2 tbsp. oil in a 375 degree oven for approximately 30 minutes.
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