Had a desire to make savory Danishes again. Think it was prompted by seeing my Rosemary in my garden take off growing again. Filling was caramelized shallots, brie, and figs topped with a fresh rosemary, black pepper and honey drizzle. I must admit that drizzle is unexpectedly good! BTW when I mentioned “caramelized shallots“ IContinue reading “Savory Sourdough Danishes”
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I decided the leftover sourdough Pullman loaves would be an excellent candidate for making croutons. After slicing the bread I cut each into 16 pieces roughly 3/4” in size. I wasn’t precise…I tended more towards “roughly” than “3/4””. I then drizzled them with about 5-6 tablespoons of olive oil (it was a large bowl) andContinue reading “Sourdough Croutons”
Sourdough Baguettes – Attempt #3 (Part 3)
This is a short post showing me doing a coil fold. I’ve referenced them before but never attempted posting a video. NOTE: This is ME doing it and I’m not an expert in any way! There are plenty of videos on YouTube made by bakers far more experienced than I. Before this I’d snipped offContinue reading “Sourdough Baguettes – Attempt #3 (Part 3)”
After my last attempt at danishes I thought I’d try some different varieties. I used fresh fruit with the same cream cheese filling. I also used Nutella and almonds for the others. I’m pleased with results! I’ll have to continue experimenting (and biking more on the Peloton)!
OK… I’ve started a blog about baking and perfecting sourdough and my very first post after introducing myself is about Bourbon Cherries! Why do this? It’s the height of cherry season I made a batch yesterday They go GREAT with cheesecake (which I made earlier this week). INGREDIENTS (per pint jar) Cherries (300g) Bourbon (240ml)Continue reading “Bourbon Cherries”