|by Shane Osborn|
Starters is a reflection of today's approach to eating. Whether at home or in a restaurant, we are increasingly inclined to eat a selection of sta...
Results 71 - 80 of 322 for sourdough starter
In 3 quart ... rise 24-48 hours. Starter may be kept ... to remaining ingredients. Amounts of flour and water added will depend on amount of starter left.
Dissolve yeast in ... it smells like sourdough, refrigerate until ... you use some starter, beat in ... sugar every 10 days if you haven't used any starter.
Combine ingredients in ... DAY 1: Place starter in a large ... may be frozen at this point. Bring to room temperature before beginning day by day steps.
Combine flour, sugar, ... speed. Cover, let stand at room temperature (78 to 80 degrees) for 4 days. Stir down daily. This is starter for friendship cake.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. Combine flour, sugar and salt. Add to liquid, mix well. Pour into tall jar. Seal and let stand at room temperature for ...
Dissolve yeast in ... is cool.) When Starter has "yeasty" not ... used within 10 days, add 1 teaspoon sugar. Repeat adding sugar every 10 days until used.
Boil one large peeled and cubed baking type potato in enough water to cover until very soft and falling apart. Mash well. To make a smooth puree. Let ...
Combine yeast and warm water. Stir until dissolved. Add rest of ingredients. Mix well. Let stand at room temperature loosely covered, 8 hours or more ...
Dissolve yeast in ... and add to starter. Let stand ... to refrigerator. (Loosen lid) for 3-5 days and feed again. If not making bread, throw away 1 cup.
Every 3 to ... bowl and add starter. Let stand ... friend. Punch holes in jar lid. One cup of starter makes 3 loaves when mixed with bread recipe ingredients.
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