Did you jump on the sourdough bandwagon too? I did. I love the daily ritual of maintaining my sourdough starter “Baby Doughda.” I don’t bake many loafs of sourdough bread but I do love a variety of sourdough discard recipes like this sourdough pumpkin bread or these sourdough discard flour tortillas.
This sourdough discard chocolate banana bread is a great way to use up ripe bananas, sourdough discard, and get your chocolate fix.
This sourdough discard pumpkin bread is a fall favorite packed with cinnamon, nutmeg, and an entire can of pumpkin flavor.
These sourdough discard pitas are so easy to make. When baked pitas form a pocket that is great for stuffing with a variety of fillings.
These sourdough scones are light and flaky with crispy crumbly edges. Eat them plain or top them with your favorite jam and cream.
Sourdough tortillas are more flavorful than store-bought tortillas and so easy to make. All you need are a few simple ingredients.
This sourdough dutch baby has a crispy outer crust and a soft custardy middle with a slight sourdough tang.
These tangy sourdough waffles are crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. They are a great way to use up your sourdough discard.
These sourdough discard fried chicken strips are tender, juicy, and crispy. They have just a slight tang from the sourdough discard.
Healthier than deep-fried with delicious sourdough flavor, these juicy and crispy baked sourdough chicken tenders are sure to become a family favorite.
These sourdough crackers are perfectly crisp and slightly tangy. Feel free to add a variety of herbs and spices to customize them.