Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Sour Dough Bread recipes....

As promised!

You can download the recipe PDF for both my sour dough breads (and the 'mother' recipe) from HERE.
I have also added my recipes for lentil patties and hummus because they are best served with my healthy version of the sour dough bread and are totally addictive - in fact I am going to make them myself tomorrow when I bake my own sour dough loaf!

Let me know if you make them, and how your sour dough worked out.
It took me time to get the hang of it and you may need to tweak it to suit your climate, your oven, even your flour choices...but it will be worth it! :-)



DoarATAT said...

Buna ziua !
Hugs & Jenny, OK !
Voi reveni mai des ... pe aici !
Cu permisiunea dvs., bineinteles !
Mai ales ca VREAU sa invat "engleza".
Fie-ne Doamne dupa Voia TA !

MyCretanlife said...

Thanks Jenny for the recipes. looking forward to getting started but going to England for two weeks so will leave it till after that. Thanks again.
Judith x

Lurline said...

Thanks, Jenny - I' so keen to try your Lentil Patties and Hummus - I have never been able to master Lentil patties, so maybe now is the time!
Hugs - Lurline♥andatiz

Colleen said...

Thanks for the recipe Jenny, I am working on a mother right now/

Anne D said...

Thanks Jenny. I have been reading your blog for a while now and enjoying it. I don't think it will make a difference in these recipes but you might need to tell your US readers with future recipes that Aus cup measurements are different. We have been living in the US for 3 years (move back to Aus in December) and the cups are smaller. They are not metric here. The first time I made bread in our breadmaker it overflowed as I used an Aus cup measure. Now I have my Aus set and US set.Thanks again for a great blog.

Maggi said...

Thanks for the recipes - the lentil patties and hummus are on my 'do do' list. Sour dough looks great but I will have to give that a miss because of the yeast.

Allie said...

I'd much rather just come to your house and let you cook, lol! I'll do the clean-up though, deal? I'm good at that part.

Dena said...

Thank you for the recipe. We love sourdough bread.

Pat Earnest said...

Thanks Jenny, I love your designs, I just stumbled into the Among the Gum Trees area today. Please add me into the drawing.

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Lindah said...

Thank you, Jenny, for the recipes. I bought my rye when I was out this morning. I have stopped buying bread. Only make my own now, but I have not done the sour dough yet. Looking forward to getting mother started. I'm living in the old west 49'er gold mining country now, so this will be a treat. --especially since the recipe is coming all the way from Australia via the 'net. How times have changed. I'm wondering...the second recipe with the yeast doesn't seem to mind being mixed in a metal bread machine and baked in a tin. Is it the yeast that makes the difference then?
While I was sitting under the scissors of my beautician this morning, a customer came in who was hailed as "being almost ready to take off on her BIG trip." Where? "It starts with an 'A' and it's not Asia." Well, she didn't look the type/age for an African safari. Sure enough...Australia is her destination. Lucky her!

Teresa said...

Thanks for the recipes Jenny. I have always loved hummus and you have inspired me to start making it again. I will definately be trying the sounds delicious. xx

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Jenny, for the sourdough recipe. It has inspired me to start again.

Terri said...

I'm with Allie....we'll just pop over and do the clean-up!! Very glady I might add!!
Of course, I know I'll have to try that Hummus recipe as I love that stuff as of this summer.

Carrie P. said...

thanks for the recipe. I will have to give it a try.