Video Tutorials →#4 Old Fashioned Sourdough Baking
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Instructor: Teresa L Greenway
Discover the flavors of old fashioned sourdough baking.
Bake up Quick Bread for Breakfast - Pancakes, Biscuits, Scones, Tortillas, Cinnamon Rolls +
What you'll learn
Griddle up some delicious flapjacks and buttery pancakes.
Bake a fluffy moist sourdough cornbread.
Butter up some hot off the griddle sourdough tortillas.
Whip up flaky hot sourdough biscuits in a hurry.
Bite into a loaf cornbread with a white butter crumb topping.
Bake a soft white sourdough skillet bread made with milk and butter.
Pull apart layers of butter, cinnamon and raisins in a warm iced cinnamon roll.
Bake a large puffy spiced pancake in a skillet.
Make your own sourdough starter from scratch.
Bakers will need a kitchen scale and basic kitchen equipment. You will be making your own sourdough starter.
Edited: Updated April 2016
Sourdough Bread baking for breakfast is back! Are your breakfast and brunch menus predictable and boring? Are you looking to add some healthy pizzazz to your meals to impress and please your family?
How about a stack of butter slathered sourdough pancakes hot off the griddle or a thick slice of freshly baked tender cornbread? Would the smell of baking spicy warm cinnamon rolls be a welcome surprise for a lazy weekend breakfast? What will your family think when you bring out a plate filled with thick soft sourdough tortillas?
This sourdough bread baking course is the fourth course in a series of sourdough bread baking courses aimed at learning to bake using a sourdough starter. In this course you will learn to bake old fashioned sourdough quick style breads using not only a sourdough starter (it's easy to make your own starter!) but also baking soda and baking powder. These quick breads, often baked for breakfast and brunch, are like the breakfast breads grandma used to bake up including:
Buttery Fluffy Biscuits
Old Fashioned Bundt Corn Bread,
Cornbread pan loaf with butter crumbs
Honey Butter Spread
Skillet Puff Pancakes
Skillet Soft White Sourdough Bread - Incredibly Soft!
Warm Spicy Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls - So Mouthwatering!
Delicious Home Made Sourdough Tortillas!
It's a lot of fun to bake up these quick types of breads and they are great for breakfast and brunch or for a quick healthy snack. You will learn how to make your own sourdough starter with easy day by day instructions, using not only videos but an e-book as well.
The free able e-book in the course will help you easily make your own sourdough starter besides tips on how to care for your starter, how to make motherdough and other pre-ferments while explaining hydration and what hydration means in baker's terms. (You can find it now as a free preview for this course and start making your own sourdough starter today).
Some of the student reviews:
by Rachael Great recipes, great instructor!Teresa has excellent courses, and she makes everything easy to do in our home kitchen! Thanks for creating another great course, Teresa!
by Trish Great family bakingThere is a lot of different recipes based on your sourdough starter. I recommend this course for people with families to share the good sourdough baking. Teresa's videos are so friendly and informative - easy to follow. You will easily be able to bake great recipes for your family to enjoy together. It's a fun course and very good resources to use. A+++
by Elsie Creason Wonderful sourdoughThe recipes are great, well taught and great tips.
by Kristi Lambert Beautifully Done with Incredibly In-Depth KnowledgeThis course is engaging, entertaining, full of eye candy and tons of actionable material! The recipes are heaven sent for me, as I have been searching for breads that are agreeable to my digestive system and my diet - this course is just what the doctor ordered - and the results are gorgeous! Thanks so much for this beautiful course!!!
by Anneke Mouthwatering course!It is such a pleasure to be able to follow step by step what Teresa does. It is the small things that make the course Top of the Pops. The experience, the showing of how thick dough should be, that "if the dough works against you", you should let it rest 20 more minutes, things like that, make the course golden.
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