Have you been baking a lot lately for some strange reason? Do you find yourself with an influx of sourdough bread? Have no fear, we have 18 glorious ways for you to use up all of that bread!
Are You Wondering What to Make With Sourdough Bread???
Let’s face it, we all like to go on baking binges. Just a few weekends ago I hit the “let’s bake bread and fresh pastries” level of boredom and my family had a weeks worth of baked goods in less than a day.
When we get in the baking groove, we often sort of forget that we need to either eat everything or give it to friends and family.
Many fresh baked goods also aren’t the best after a couple of days.
That’s why I made the list!
This list of has something for everyone, and many of these recipes will still taste great, even if your sourdough bread is a few days old.
Breakfast, lunch, dinners, snacks, you will find something to be inspired with in this list of great recipes.
What to Make With Sourdough Bread
If you find yourself with a ton of sourdough bread on hand, check out these tasty ways to use it all up.
There's something her for everyone, for every meal! Breakfast, lunch dinner, you name it, now you know what to make with sourdough bread!
This Panzanella Pasta Soup is my version of the famous Tuscan bread salad but in soup form! This vegetarian soup is loaded with fresh, healthy veggies, then simmered with red wine, balsamic vinegar, tomatoes, lots of fresh basil and penne pasta. It's all served up in a cozy sourdough bread bowl and topped with homemade croutons ( made from the sourdough loaf) capers, reduced balsamic vinaigrette and even more fresh basil!
Classic French tartine - lightly toasted sourdough topped with goat's cheese, grilled peppers and basil for a delicious and easy lunch - and the perfect way to use up a leftover slice of sourdough bread.
Sourdough Pizza made with discard - a delicious way to turn your sourdough discard into an amazing Pizza. Topped with tomatoes, leftover scraps of ham and chorizo and mozzarella cheese, it's a substantial and filling meal for all the family.
A classic favorite, broccoli cheese soup was one dish I missed after going dairy-free, so I worked hard to come up with this deliciously satisfying vegan version that is loaded with flavor by the spoonful.
This yummy dressing is a delicious marriage of toasted tangy sourdough bread, tart apples, toasted pecans, and fresh herbs. Sourdough Bread, Apple, and Pecan Dressing only takes minutes to prepare and can be made-ahead.