pizza dough, it's also useful for both pancakes and rolls. In case those aren't reasons enough to convince you that you need your own sourdough starter, then this recipe should do the trick!
Grilled pizza has long been a hit in our house, so I shouldn't have been surprised that grilled bread would be just as popular.
hummus, or seven layer Greek dip. We can't get enough of it, both as a side dish and a snack and an appetizer. Now quick, get yourself some sourdough starter! (alternately, you can find similar non-sourdough flatbread recipes and roll out small balls of dough to grill!)
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Grilled Sourdough Flatbreads
from city hippy farm girl
-1 cup sourdough starter
-1 1/2 cups flour
-1/2 tsp salt
-1/2 tsp baking soda
-1 1/2 tbsp olive oil
-2 tbsp water
-olive oil & desired seasonings (rosemary, garlic powder, salt, etc.)
1. Add the sourdough starter, flour, salt, baking soda, and olive oil to the bowl of a stand mixer. With the dough hook, mix until ingredients are combined. Add water, 1 tbsp at a time, until dough forms. Dough should be only slightly sticky to the touch.
2. Transfer dough to an oiled bowl, cover with a towel, and allow to rest for an hour.
3. Break off small chunks of dough (mine were larger than a golf ball but smaller than a tennis ball) and roll out as thinly as possible on a floured surface with a rolling pin. Brush with olive oil and desired seasonings.
4. Grill flatbreads over medium heat, flipping after 3-4 minutes or when browned. Cook remaining side for 3-4 minutes. Serve warm or store in an airtight container for 1-2 days.