A twisted sourdough sweet bread chock full of spiced apples and covered with a thick “reduced apple cider glaze” ! This is a festive crowd-please, a must bake in the apple season and a great edible “thanksgiving table centerpiece”.
A sourdough take on the Turkish pide. This light and savory bread is the perfect container for your favorite filling. Possibilities are endless! Get baking!
The most colorful, moist and soft sandwich loaf without the addition of milk, butter or eggs. Guess what this is naturally leavened as well!
These soft brioche squares are topped with crispy, chewy almond cream and juicy fruit. Use your favorite fruit to decorate. Makes a great treat for breakfast or brunch!
These rolls are naturally leavened and full of pizza flavors. It’s like eating a pizza but in the form of a bun and guess what these are totally breakfast ready! Bake in the night and refresh in the morning!
A naturally leavened bread with a higher % of water. This results in a gelatinous, open crumb witch is pleasantly more chewier than you normal bread. I follow a process that involved minimal kneading!
A sourdough fruit loaf with a soft crumb that is full of dried fruit and lightly scented with Orange zest. perfect for your morning toast. All this needs is a good slathering of butter!
The ultimate sourdough brioche. Yes this ticks all the boxes, just like any other soft, ultra rich, buttery brioche but with also an added advantage of natural yeast and nutrients from slow fermentation! Worth a try!
This is my guide to making sourdough baguettes at home. These are higher in hydration than regular baguettes and hence the open and light crumb structure which is perfect for sandwiches and dunking alike.
These are my sourdough dinner rolls with a herby twist. The butter is induced with Thyme and then incorporated to make these fluffy rolls. You can also use other herbs like Rosemary or Sage. Perfect as a side dish or use to make sliders