Day 7: December 14, 2019 Saturday
Welcome to Day 7 of the 12 Days of Kitchen Holiday Giveaway!
Most of the recipes on this site are for sweet or savory breads, but did you know you can make traditional sourdough breads and rolls with your Amish Friendship Bread starter?
Here are two categories for you to browse:
Some of these recipes use commercial yeast to help with the rise, and others rely solely on the strength of an active, bubbly starter. Some can be made in 30 minutes, while others may take a day or two. Take a look at the recipes in these two categories and let me know your favorites … I’m curious to see which ones catch your eye!
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To enter this giveaway, (1) leave a comment on a sourdough loaf recipe OR a sourdough biscuit, buns, and rolls recipe from December 14, 2019 through December 22, 2019. Have you tried this recipe before, or are you thinking about making it? Are you an experienced sourdough bread baker? Do you have any questions for me? Then (2) come back here and tell me which recipe post you left a comment on, and provide the recipe link in the body of the comment. That’s all!
How to post a link: simply copy and cut and paste the link from your browser window (at the top of your screen) into the comment section. For example:
Please note: There may be comments from 2012, the last time I hosted this challenge, but this year’s giveaway comments are only valid during the dates posted above.
One winner will be drawn at random from qualified entries submitted during the dates above. US residents only. Confused? Have questions? For complete rules and guidelines, please check out my 12 Days of Kitchen Kick-off post. The winner will be posted there on December 23, 2019. Good luck!
I bought my first proofing basket last year and I love it, so I’m excited to be giving one away today. The proofing basket is what you use when your dough is rising, and it shapes the bread beautifully.
This 9″ proofing basket includes a cloth liner, dough scraper, bread lamé, and brush.
Are you anxious to bake some sourdough bread and don’t want to wait? Click on the link above to get this proofing basket now or go here.
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Happy holidays and happy baking!
I tried the soda bread last weekend, because I wanted to bake an “ordinary” bread and didn’t want to be waiting 6 hrs + for it to proof. Surprisingly large loaf–I put half in the freezer. I didn’t exactly measure the orange rind–I thought I might be short, since I didn’t use the whole orange–but I still noticed the orange.
Gomer D Lewis says
I love sourdough, and make this recipe a few times a year!
ae minx says
I commented on this post https://www.friendshipbreadkitchen.com/rustic-potato-afb/
Commented on the popovers recipe. Thank you.
I commented on the ARTISAN AMISH FRIENDSHIP BREAD.
Julie A. Peterson says
The rustic sourdough bread is going to be next on my list, i left a comment on it! thank you
Beth McAdams says
Aloha, I have left a comment on one of the Sourdough Loaves and Breads recipes: Artisan Amish Friendship Bread. Can’t wait to make this!
I left a comment on the Sourdough Tomato Amish Friendship bread! Yum!
I commented on the Sourdough Tomato Amish Friendship Bread recipe post.
I commented on focaccia
Linda dunavan says
I commented !
Kelly D says
I commented on the potato flake Amish Friendship bread
Kat R says
I left a comment on the basic white Amish bread.
Sharon L says
I commented .
Johnita Henry says
I left comment on Rustic Sourdough post. I will be attempting that recipe next.
Sheila Fox says
RUSTIC SOURDOUGH AMISH FRIENDSHIP BREAD – left a comment. Thank you!
Debi Baker says
I left my comment on the sticky bun page.
Diane Winter says
I left a comment on the basic white bread post.
Amber Underwood says
Dawn Onofrio says
I commented on the Irish Soda Amish Friendship Bread site. https://www.friendshipbreadkitchen.com/irish-soda-amish-friendship-bread-recipe/
Erica Mueller says
I commented on the Rustic Amish Friendship Sourdough Loaves recipe.
Karen K. says
I wanted to leave a comment on the Sourdough Roll Recipe, but there was not a comment section, that I could find anyway. I tried my phone and laptop.
I left a comment on the Sticky Bun Recipe: https://www.friendshipbreadkitchen.com/afb-sticky-buns/
left a comment for sourdough bread
I left a comment on Artisan Friendship Bread.
Vicki Stark says
Commented on https://www.friendshipbreadkitchen.com/rustic-sourdough-afb/
Will be making it in a couple days. Thinking of making several small “bread Bowl” loaves.
Lots of cold weather and snow so it’s a great time for soup.
Ann Thompson says
I commented on the Rustic sourdough loaf, a recipe I’ve tried with good success!
I’ve never had a proofing bowl, but have always wanted one, thanks for the opportunity to win such a great gift!
Hope your holidays are going swell, Darien!
Ellie Z says
I commented on the Amish Friendship Bread Popovers recipe.
I left a comment on Rustic Sourdough Bread. Thank you!
Cindy Peterson says
My comment is on https://www.friendshipbreadkitchen.com/rustic-sourdough-afb/comment-page-1/#comment-105005. I am a rookie sourdough bread maker looking forward to trying this recipe.
I left a comment on the basic white Amish friendship bread recipe. I can never get enough of homemade bread!