San Francisco made chewy, tangy sourdough bread famous. These delicious recipe variations include luscious loaves made with whole wheat, rye, or white flours, as well as a recipe for sourdough starter.See Popular Sourdough Bread Recipes
This strata is a little like a pizza casserole. Grace Parisi mixes tomatoes, basil, and garlic with chunks of toasted sourdough bread and shredded cheese, then bakes the dish until it's moist in the center and wonderfully crispy on top.
Use this keep-on-hand starter in any bread recipe that calls for sourdough starter.
This popular side-dish recipe is seasoned with a chunky tomato, basil, and garlic salsa. If you wish, slice into smaller pieces and serve as an appetizer.
A caraway-flavored sour cream and sauerkraut tops this Amish-style ham and cheese sandwich. Serve it for a quick dinner.
Pesto and Parmesan pair flavorfully in this sourdough bread.
This hearty textured bread looks and tastes delightful when cut into thick slices and served with soft butter. The starter gives it a nice tangy flavor.
For this 30-minute meal, fry the sandwiches on the stovetop while potatoes and onions roast in the oven. The potato side-dish is delicious with the turkey and cheese sandwiches.
Ginger, marjoram, shallots, and leeks add rich flavor to this corn and potato soup. Serve it as a main dish with a hearty bread.
These fruity grilled salmon sandwiches are topped with a tangy apple slaw. The perfect combination for dinner outdoors.
Marjoram, white pepper, and ginger season the rich cream sauce for this main-dish soup. Serving this chowder in a bread bowl makes it fun for kids.
Turn a classic BLT into a main dish salad. The favorite combination of bacon, lettuce, and tomato are added to a mix of vegetables and toasted bread to make a delightful meal. Creamy mustard dressing makes the perfect topping.
Peasant fare--sourdough bread, tomatoes, beans and green onions--become a substantial supper fit for any table.