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Wednesday, 19 April 2017


Feeling uneasy to discard the Sourdough down the drain?
You can try this recipe

You can bake it the way you like it...
Thin and crispy
 slightly thicker,
with a tint of rosemary
simply plain or salted
with added cheese

I tried to press in some black sesame seeds
after brushing with some oil
for added flavour

Here is the recipe taken from King Arthur Flour.com

Sourdough Crackers
(A) 113g King Arthur Whole wheat flour
       1/2 tsp salt
       248g discarded sourdough starter
       57g unsalted butter, softened to room temperature
       1-2 Tbsp dried rosemary or herbs of your choice (optional)

(B) oil for brushing
       coarse salt for topping (optional)

1) mix together all ingredients in (A) to make a smooth (not sticky) dough
2) divide dough in 1/2 & shape each half into a rectangle, cover & refrigerate 30min
    or more until dough is firm
3) preheat oven to 200'C
4) very lightly flour a piece of parchment & place the dough on it, 
    work with one piece at a time.
5) roll out to as thin as you want it, or 1/16" thick
6) transfer dough to a baking sheet & cut into squares of 1.25" with pizza wheels
7) prick each square with a fork & brush some oil on top
8) bake in preheated oven for 20min until golden.
9) yield: 100 crackers


Jaylene Chuah from Facebook said...

Thanks sis for sharing... i kinda got alot of discard

Katie Foong: Good, time to start using them up!
Don't make too much at one go, will be tired rolling it thinly!

Angie Yew from Facebook said...

Wonderful. I like that we can reuse our sd starters. Si wasteful to discard them . Thanks so much Katy Katie Foong

CY Liew from Facebook said...

Can you please teach how to prepare the sourdough starter first. Thank you.

Katie Foong: To start a sourdough is a tedious job. How about dropping over at my place and I will give you some to start with? It will be a lot easier this way. I will give you instructions to feed and store the sourdough.