Search for recipes
Email or User Name    Password (forgot) Register
 Remember Me?
    Join For Free
Welcome :
My Profile Log Out
    Member Information   (Free)
To keep track of your recipes and Nutrition plans
User Name
Re-type Password
Postal or Zip code
Remember Me     Privacy
Add to my Recipe Box
Create My version
My Nutrition
You can save these recipes into your own recipe box and easily change the individual ingredients and servings to make your own versions. To get started click Here.

Recipes - Sourdough bread Recipe

Recipe Name

Sourdough bread

Submitted by Guest
Recipe Description naturally leavened sourdough bread. Requires 16-24 hrs to rise.
Quantity 4 Quantity Unit loafs Servings  
Prep Time (minutes) 20 Cook Time (minutes) 35 Ready In (minutes) 55
 Recipe Nutrition ... build a NutritionPlan with our meal planner  Recipe Nutrition ... build a NutritionPlan with our meal planner
Amt. Measure Ingredient
cups (8 fl oz)water-tap water or distilled
cupswholewheat flour
cuprye FLOUR
Sequence Step
1Add the starter, water, and salt to mixing bowl and carefully add wheat flour while mixer is turning. add flour until dough forms into a ball on the dough hook. Slowly add more flour until the sides of the bowl become clean from all dough remnants. Then knead the dough for 10 minutes on high speed.
2After you have kneaded the dough for 10 minutes, remove it from the mixing bowl and place it in a bowl where it can leaven. Spray the bowl with olive oil before adding the dough. Also lightly spray top of dough and place a piece of plastic wrap over the dough before placing it into the refrigerator. Mix the dough early enough in the day to allow the temperature of the dough to drop to refrigerator temperature by 9:30 or 10:00 p.m. in the evening. Remove bowl from refrigerator before going to bed and place on the counter . The dough will slowly leaven and rise during the night.
3The next morning cut dough into four equal amounts. add a little water to working area on the counter top and then pat out each section into a large rectangle. taking care not to stretch and break the gluten. Fold the rectangular dough into thirds as you would a letter, from top to bottom. Then fold again from side to side and place dough into a sprayed loaf tin with seam side down. Spray and cover dough with plastic wrap. allow dough to rise for 3-7 hours. Place a pan full of water on the bottom shelf of oven and preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Bake for 35 minutes

Please enter your name for this version.
Home    Recipes    The System    Nutrition Resources    About    Contact