This 25% whole wheat sourdough bread is an easy and almost undetectable switch from white sourdough. Even more so if you’ve got our classic no-knead bread recipe down pat, and you’re craving a little more wholesome goodness in your daily slice of toast!… Read More »
Crisp, chewy and fluffy New York Style Sourdough Bagels with Roasted Garlic Labneh take your everyday bagel and cream cheese up a notch or two!
This year will be our first Christmas on our own, as opposed to with my husbands family, and we’re looking forward to easing into a slow, quiet morning (before a very hectic few days) with plenty of coffee and a fresh batch of these New York Style Sourdough Bagels with Roasted Garlic Labneh on hand for sustenance.
For the last 9 years we’ve woken up at my in-laws and opened presents together before heading to their big annual family dinner. Breakfast, while usually more of an afterthought, has always been bagels and cream cheese. The “kids” (my husband, his sister and I) sit at the dining room table drinking mimosas, scratching lottery tickets and filling up on delicious, chewy carbs….
“Every baker needs an all-purpose, go-to loaf in their repertoire. And if you’re new to sourdough, this is the perfect place to start. Simply make the dough, let it rise overnight, and bake in the morning. It requires very little effort with big reward. The crust is golden and crunchy, and the velvety crumb is perfect for sandwiches and toast.”
Remember when I said that this might be the year of sourdough? Well, I wasn’t lying. This week we’re talking all things sourdough: From how to make a sourdough starter to how to bake the easiest loaf of sourdough bread. This Tutorial Tuesday (a new semi-regular post that we’re offering), we’re teaching you the latter. On Thursday we’ll not only have a swell recipe for you, we’ll be doing a giveaway for my new favourite book: Artisan Sourdough Made Simple. In the meantime, let’s get started (ahem) on the starter!